.:: Electronic Music / EDM Discussion & Talk Thread ::.
QO is heavy.
Saw Enei this weekend at Subway, what a location, and what a night. It's held in an old factory and still has some machinery inside, especially downstairs in the bassment where the heavy old-school dubstep acts played. Definitely makes for an industrial bass-friendly party environment.
Enei has some incredible production skills and I love how he uses voice in his music.
OOOO im waiting. BTW how was Damage Control? I want to go to a Beukplaten rave man. Was gonna go to that l one but ended up not and it looks amazing from the videos.
free download of whole EP^^ although thats my fav track from it. If I were to mix it I'd probably only run it for a minimal amount of time before starting to bring in something new, it's a ripper but can have a repetitive nature to it.
and some techno for ya breath-hole
cant find the original version on youtube (here it is on beatport)
deep vibrations, RESPECT THE SELECTA
Been posting a lot of harder stuff lately, so behold, a liquid/light DnB post.
was pretty surprised to hear this remix from getter. Love the way he creates the buildup, although the body of the track isn't my medium rare.
if it had the uildup of the first with the force of the second's body it would be even closer
Saw Moglebaum live this weekend, what an energetic performance filled with some of the most joyful violin playing I have witnessed in person. Found out about them about a month ago and a week or two later get to find out they are playing a show in Maastricht, where 4 of my friends are studying. Dat luck mayne.
IF YOU HAVENT HEARD THIS YET, PREPARE FOR A YEAR-MAKER
two of the tracks from their quite prolific roster of very satisfying music.
Two of my mixes from wayyy back,
Never touched a deck, but I'm an aspiring youtube DJ.
I just spent 45 mins "mixing" some neuro and some more tech-y shit on 3 tabs XD
Must say, outside of the noise (which dissipates to the background when you're focusing on one song), 2-3 bad song choices and the sometimes varying BPM, it sounded pretty sick.
dude are you going to LiR again? you should
loving the monotonous fucking bass in this one idk why
Sensation the Legacy last Saturday was amazing!
The moment in the Megamix when a choir of 500 people started singing the break of Tiesto's Adagio for Strings from all across the second ring of the Arena was definitely one of the most amazing things I've ever seen live at a festival. @9:19