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15 Nov 2009, 3:54 de DefaultXR1. Autechre
Two nerdy white boys from England making non-rhythmic instrumental "music" on extremely complex and expensive equipment, then they have the gall to mention hip-hop in an interview. Yeah, you're so totally hip-hop.
Another thing: Quaristice sucks. It used to be that your music was confusing because it was so abstract and otherworldly. Quaristice is confusing because I can't tell whether I loathe it or love it.
It's totally obvious that you're using Machinedrums exclusively now, by the way. Please go back to your old way of making music--EXPERIMENTING! If your next album is another Quaristice-type affair, then you're pretty much dead to me. Just being honest.
No matter how hard they try, they're never going to make anything as good as The Eyes of Stanley Pain ever again. But with FiXeR it seems like they're trying to, and so they're probably never going to make anything as good as III ever again either.
3. Skinny Puppy
17 Ago 2007, 22:33 de square_m
12 Nov 2006, 19:25 de imdk....further...
14 Jun 2006, 0:19 de Televiper1)The Bamboos 42
True styling get your groove on funk. If you're into Sharon Jones, The Meters, The JB's, Sugarman 3 this is the band to check out. I heartily recommend the track that drew me to this fantasic group Step It Up.
I began to pick up albums by Gridlock back when I was still a lot heavier into Industrial music. There's what I consider a very unfair comparison to Skinny Puppy where although they do have some of the abrassive modes that made SP, their music on a whole is something very different. Even their earlier vocalized stuff was more minimal and focused on created atmosphere. Formless is one of my very favorite electronic albums. The dense atmospheres and swelling moods almost never cease to put me in a warmer mood. I recently picked up Further from Emusic and I've been playing it quite a bit lately. Lots of great beat, and they're still masters of those warm bassy beats.
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