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The House/Techno/Electronic thread!!!

Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by peterattheboro, Mar 8, 2011.

  1. caff

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    Seeing Leftfield this weekend.

    Also, new Jon Hopkins album out this Friday.

     
  2. Minusorange

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    So hard to find any decent techno these days I have to listen to 17 year old sets to get my fix :mad::(:eek:

     
  3. Rroff

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    Create a playlist on Spotify of your old favourites after a bit it should start suggesting some niche and newer tunes you might have missed and/or dig them up on the playlist radio feature.
     
  4. XeNoN89

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    Techno has changed. BPM is way lower these days (and has been for the 9 or so years i have been going to techno nights!)

    Also tech house is far more prevalent these days I find!

     
  5. Tauren

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    :cool:

    Edit. Both tunes sum up an effing good night out :D
     
  6. NickK

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  7. caff

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    Loving the new Jon Hopkins album, it's a good progression of Immunity (like the tune above) but some beautiful and thoughtful bits. Some tracks are so distorted they make you feel like you're stuck in club haze.
     
  8. Minusorange

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    Best mix album ever created

     
  9. XeNoN89

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  10. Tauren

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  11. Minusorange

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    This guy is awesome

     
  12. DoneADougalOnSofa

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    These are among those currently at the top of the playlist...
    Classic:

    Bit dirtier:

    Ooh, you filth:

    Turn it up mate...:



    Currently playing the BreaksMafia track and wincing at how poor the 'SRS Premium Sound' in this laptop is...
     
  13. caff

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    Recently been listening to a lot of old skool breaks/DnB vibe stuff, like Prodigy but more breaks. Can't find much out there, but looking for more recommendations?

    Stuff like:

    Benton


    Special Request remix (aka Paul Woolford)
     
  14. Raggs

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    love this remix of a classic.
     
  15. Minusorange

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    DJ Rush is brutal, love the comments about proper techno too :D



    I think I'm in love
     
  16. Tauren

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  17. NickK

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  18. Nelly

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    Love this! Used to get played in a few clubs where I live back in the mid 90's.

     
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  19. TheVoice

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    6 Music have been playing this one a lot lately, really liking it:



    Also heard this Moby remix of his track Burns the other week, it's great:

     
  20. Tauren

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    Ahh. Good stuff. Love it when this thread makes it way back to the top :D



    Edit. Any recommend some deep house, like the subsoul YouTube channel ?
     
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