I saw these guys at the Melbourne Music Week gig tonight. It was awesome. If anyone else went, help me out. What was the second last track they played?? It's stuck in my head and I don't know what it is! Set list??
@Bastafa: so you basically say electronic music is plain? :) and you know every member can edit a bio. but its a bit more text now for your contentment. but I'm always a supporter for saying: the music should talk for itself. and their music does this brilliantly
I guess if you're being picky, yeah. I'd rather not have another post-genre pigeonholed like that, because now I can't look for post-rock without sifting through an ocean of EitS soundalikes, etc.. but of course it's completely arbitrary semantics. I'd just rather see the term applied as a penumbra rather than a stylistic list
but see, post-dubstep refers to stuff like James Blake or Mount Kimbie. It's a specific sound, even though it may seem logical to call everything with a dubstep foundation post-dubstep, it just doesn't work.
that's an extremely drastic oversimplification. 93 Million Miles touches on vibes from IDM, jazz, dub, yeah footwork, underneath a generally dubstep framework. In that sense it creates something that's bigger than any of those subgenres themselves. I suppose that makes it
'post"-dubstep, as something that takes its aspects and makes something that's not it itself, but rather I just think it's a wonderfully original amalgam of various electronic and acoustic diaspora
it's not post-dubstep by any means. it's dubstep mixed with footwork. (hint: that's where footstep's title comes from). check out the recent planet mu releases if you're not yet familiar with this sound.