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02-17-2013, 12:45 AM
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W&W's new track. Hardwell's been dropping it in his sets for a few months, but it was just recently released and is already number 1 on Beatport.



They've been coming out with some solid stuff lately. I also saw them a few weeks ago at Marquee in Vegas, they were very good.
They've been putting lout a ot of good music lately. Probably my favorite producers right now. Tonight on the ASOT 600 stream they played a great set.

On a different note, I saw Above and Beyond here yesterday and it was pretty good. The venues here need better work hiring people going on before them.. Going dubstep, to trap, to above and beyond is terrible.

Also, looks like I may be going to ultra this year depending on if my brother agrees to go. Looks like 1000 bucks combined for the whole travel and tickets

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02-17-2013, 12:46 AM
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Armin van buuren going live now for 2 hours
Dash berlin is on for 75 mins afterwards

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02-17-2013, 03:25 AM
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Anyone know anything similar to the field's from here we go sublime
That's a pretty unique album, I can't say I've heard anything that instantly comes to mind as similar. Maybe try Gui Boratto - Chromophobia or Shed - Shedding The Past, or even Tycho - Dive.

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02-17-2013, 11:49 AM
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That's a pretty unique album, I can't say I've heard anything that instantly comes to mind as similar. Maybe try Gui Boratto - Chromophobia or Shed - Shedding The Past, or even Tycho - Dive.
Loooove Shed!

Last two tracks under his Wax-alias!


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I belive it's an EDM song, but when I was at a Coyotes game, quite a few people in the stands were taking both hands and waving it in front of their face. Does anyone know of this song?

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Also, I'm looking for sick drops. If you are reading this thread, you know what I mean. I'm basing this question off of Babylong. One of the sickest drops I have heard in the past few years, and it was a big staple for the EDM world.



Seriously, that drop just makes me turn to jelly. (Drop is at 1:11, lead up starts about :55)

To me, drops are the best part about this genre of music. The song gets you pumped as it is, but an amazing drop just gets you going nuts.

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Also, I'm looking for sick drops. If you are reading this thread, you know what I mean. I'm basing this question off of Babylong. One of the sickest drops I have heard in the past few years, and it was a big staple for the EDM world.



Seriously, that drop just makes me turn to jelly. (Drop is at 1:11, lead up starts about :55)

To me, drops are the best part about this genre of music. The song gets you pumped as it is, but an amazing drop just gets you going nuts.


Not the best drop perse, but the combination of the buildup (1:40) and the drop (~2:20) is one of my favorites.

Also, this is fantastic if you like D&B. I can't find the version my friend gave me on Youtube or Soundcloud though, so this one will have to do. Just listen from the start.



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02-17-2013, 09:29 PM
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I loved the Deftones song. The whole song, not just the portions you mentioned. Sick beat all around.

I'm not a huge D&B fan. Song was good, but it wouldn't be my first choice.

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Read about him on Resident Advisor. Looks like a real techno DJ heard he's pretty good too!
He rocked the place

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Good to hear!

Was planning to go to Oslo this weekend, to see Kerri Chandler, Todd Terje and Barker & Baumecker, however some schoolwork came up so had to cancel it :\

Definetly going there this easter though. Levon Vincent is the only one booket so far, but that's good enough for me. More names will come though.

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Also, I'm looking for sick drops. If you are reading this thread, you know what I mean. I'm basing this question off of Babylong. One of the sickest drops I have heard in the past few years, and it was a big staple for the EDM world.



Seriously, that drop just makes me turn to jelly. (Drop is at 1:11, lead up starts about :55)

To me, drops are the best part about this genre of music. The song gets you pumped as it is, but an amazing drop just gets you going nuts.
As far as crazy drops

Anything by Alvaro, this in particular



and some others


Crazy drop, Otto Knows used it in his haunted coliseum set.


This is a classic banger from the past year or so

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Definetly going there this easter though. Levon Vincent is the only one booket so far, but that's good enough for me. More names will come though.
Speaking of......



IMO the best track released so far this year! Unique sound, yet very catchy. Shame that it is only avalible on vinyl at the moment...

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Anyone going to any of the SHM shows in NYC? They start with their black ties raves thursday, friday at MSG, then saturday, sunday, monday at Barclays. I'll be at barclays monday.

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Anyone going to any of the SHM shows in NYC? They start with their black ties raves thursday, friday at MSG, then saturday, sunday, monday at Barclays. I'll be at barclays monday.
I thought about it but I'd want floor seats and the price is ridiculous

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Pampa Records has been on fire in the past months. These two tracks are amongst the best electronic works released lately.


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I used to listen to Trance/House back in the late 90's/early 2000's when it used to be at its peak. I tried to give today's stuff a try and I was not impressed. So then I typed Drum n Bass on youtube one day while I was working (Despite not being a fan of it back in the day), and ended up hearing the mix in the video posted below. WOW, this is what music evolution should be like. This stuff blows anything out of the water as far as Electronic music goes these days:


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02-27-2013, 09:28 PM
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I used to listen to Trance/House back in the late 90's/early 2000's when it used to be at its peak. I tried to give today's stuff a try and I was not impressed. So then I typed Drum n Bass on youtube one day while I was working (Despite not being a fan of it back in the day), and ended up hearing the mix in the video posted below. WOW, this is what music evolution should be like. This stuff blows anything out of the water as far as Electronic music goes these days:

No offense or anything but that mix is 90% entry level liquid funk, stuff that people who listened to DnB back in the late 90s/early 00s tend to dislike. I like a lot of it, I just found it ironic considering the way you prefaced the video.

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No offense or anything but that mix is 90% entry level liquid funk, stuff that people who listened to DnB back in the late 90s/early 00s tend to dislike. I like a lot of it, I just found it ironic considering the way you prefaced the video.
Well DnB from what I understand is quite a deep genre and Liquid Funk just happens to be the sub-genre of it that I enjoy the most. Perhaps because it's kind of Trance-like theme with a DnB beat. Back when I was younger and I used to go to clubs, it was a different story. Now that I don't do that anymore, I just find this kind of music to be more sophisticated than your typical club music.

I also enjoy artists such as Boards of Canada, Röyksopp, Aphex Twin, etc. If I am listening to a world class Trance DJ's, it's certainly not the likes of Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, etc. But rather someone like Sasha. I know I'm using the term Trance loosely here, but I'm generally talking about Trance/House/Techno and their sub-genres.

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Well DnB from what I understand is quite a deep genre and Liquid Funk just happens to be the sub-genre of it that I enjoy the most. Perhaps because it's kind of Trance-like theme with a DnB beat. Back when I was younger and I used to go to clubs, it was a different story. Now that I don't do that anymore, I just find this kind of music to be more sophisticated than your typical club music.
Depends on what you consider "typical club music" but yeah, I can understand that.

I also enjoy artists such as Boards of Canada, Röyksopp, Aphex Twin, etc. If I am listening to a world class Trance DJ's, it's certainly not the likes of Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, etc. But rather someone like Sasha. I know I'm using the term Trance loosely here, but I'm generally talking about Trance/House/Techno and their sub-genres.[/QUOTE]

I feel like there's plenty of new trance you'd enjoy. Basil O'Glue, Airwave, Eco, Solarstone's new stuff, maybe even some psy stuff like Astrix or Neelix.

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Anyone going to any of the SHM shows in NYC? They start with their black ties raves thursday, friday at MSG, then saturday, sunday, monday at Barclays. I'll be at barclays monday.
Went to SHM last night in MTL. Show is absolutely sick!

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