see? i told you.
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thanks a lot!
ich hoffe der rest kommt auch noch.
have to add: what an INCREDIBLE finale!
my only complaint: too short!
not a single tune?
come on, there must be some experts here.
ok, so i found a low-quality version of it.
here it is:
maybe you can help me to id some songs off it ... here's what i figured out so far. would be nice if someone could fill some gaps.
- shannon - let the music play
- monet - my heart gets all the breaks
- cover girls - show me
- noel - silent morning
- sandee - notice me
- nocera - summertime
- sweet sensation - hooked on you
- george lamond - bad of the heart
- connie - funky little beat
- afrika bambaata - looking for the perfect beat
- freeez - i.o.u
- shannon - give me tonight (?)
- company b - fascinated
sorry for posting in here, but nobody reads the mixes section ...
does anyone still have that mix? re-up would be greatly appreciated.
I thought i should open a new thread since the citinite thread doesn't seem to get a lot of attention.
Gosub - Watchers from the Black Universe
Came out last year and I kick myself for skipping it. I've been listening to the album for the past days and it is dope! Dark, funky, minimal, VERY detroit-sounding. When I say Detroit, I also mean: a BIT less syncopated and a BIT more 4-to-the floor ... but not at all like drexciya, don't get me wrong! More like early Juan Atkins, so it should be no problem for people on here.
What I really liked about it: It is pure funk, with no "breaks" contamination like in a lot of modern electro (even Mandroid).
Give it a listen!
yeah, i came across them a while back on myspace.
i really liked gosub's dark & funky vibe.
i don't think distortion will get me the sound i am looking for.
i haven't tried klang lab yet though.
i am really looking for CRISP, raspy and clear sounds. problem is: my mic seems to pick up a lot of low frequencies and the recorded vocals always sound mute.
some references i am trying to emulate: for the raspy, menacing monophonic type: jonzun crew.
for the softer but still clear and defined polyphonic type: newcleus - cyborg dance or anything by freestyle.
u feel me?
question: how important is this for electronic music? i mean, aren't drum machines more compressed than natural drums anyway? and if you are using electronic drums, your sound will be more homogeneous and you won't have huge contrasts between soft parts and loud parts like in classical (or even rock & jazz) music.
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never saw this video...
i got the 12" of this but couldnt find anything similar from them.
their other songs are all more cheesy poppy?
cheesy - not at all imho.
all in all though, they were more of an NDW than electro band. but they had some ties to kraftwerk & duesseldorf which infused their sound with some kraut & electro influences and set them apart from other NDW bands. a band well worth checking out!
Rheingold "Computer Beat"
classic tune from a great band.
this might be interesting not only for the musicians, but also for the listeners: the fact that pop music on cds has been getting louder & louder over the last 20 years, essentially destroying all dynamics of the music:
the loudness war:
the death of high fidelity:
from the title, i was expecting something else.
forums i guess
i only know electroempire & electro alliance (sucks).
You dont get paid but you do get reviews and plenty of airplay
also CD Baby.......
it seems you already have to be on a label before they consider making your music available on their site.