Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Sophos, Mar 7, 2016.
recent dance albums ive been enjoying:
sepalcure - folding time
kaytranada - 99.9%
lone - levitate
the field - the follower
flume album is just ok. machinedrum's new solo single is hot as fuck.
Marquis Hawkes and Lone are the big ones for me
need to peep marquis hawkes
New Mala... oh my.
gotta check it saw a little interview with him about living in peru for the making of it
oh shit i have to check that out then, peru is a beautiful country
only kind of fits here, but dam-funks dj kicks tape is pretty great
like cmon this rules
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Finally listening to the entire Pampa comp instead of just listening to the Jamie song and Lianne La Havas remix.
I'm only 5 songs in but there hasn't been a dud yet.
This Arca tape, fuck
Looking forward to diving into a lot of these. Out of all of them here's what I've listened to so far:
Burial - Rival Dealer
James Blake - The Colour In Anything (I know the album not listed, but the artist is)
Four Tet - Rounds
DJDS - Stand Up And Speak
Jon Hopkins - Immunity
Baths - Obsidian and Ocean Death
Jamie xx - In Colour
With that being said, I absolutely love Burial's Rival Dealer and Jon Hopkins' Immunity. The rest I've only given one or two listens to, but I really enjoyed them all so I know I've gotta give them more listens as well.
Figured I'd just pop in and say I'm glad that this thread exists.
Konx-om-Pax turns rave memories into ecstatic therapy on his stunning new album, Caramel
I could listen to jersey club all day long
That's awesome! You'll be so happy if you dive into the rest of Burial's material. Rival Dealer is arguably his best, but some of his other releases are also in that "favorite records of all time" boat for me. So yeah.
this is still one of the greatest things ive ever watched
Saw Nicolas Jaar do a DJ set at Big Ears. Easily the best thing I saw all weekend - it was near-transcendent.
He's such a genius
Machinedrum And MeLo-X's "Angel Speak" Is Your New Summer Anthem