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    Down in the park with a friend called five
  • Birthday 01/10/1983

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  1. Dude is my favorite non electronic producer because of just how damn eclectic his taste is. I know he's a Cabaret Voltaire fan, can't remember what track but I've heard a sample of theirs in his work before and he has mentioned being into them and Throbbing Gristle in an interview.
  2. I'm overlapping with what a lot of people have already said here, but 1997-2001 for sure. Envane and Chiastic Slide are still two of my favorite releases ever and a total departure from what had come before. Then it seemed like they kept reinventing themselves with the frenetic angular sounds of LP5 and Cichlisuite, into the weirdness of the underrated EP7 (great to se it's a favorite here, I've grown to love it more and more as I get older) and closing with the completely out there for the time Confield. Not to mention Key Nell and ISS:SA plus some of their best remixes. I love what came
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    Milk DX

    Damn, this is a blast from the past. Forgot I posted this...15 years ago lol I still stand by it sounding like Mike D but Milk Dee makes even more sense
  4. Loved the original, love this version as well. Cool to hear AE revisit their roots lately, I agree this sounds like something that could have come straight out of the late 80s.
  5. Thank you both for your hard work on this! It sounds incredible, it's clear a lot of work went into this and it shows, much appreciated.
  6. The Associated Press just called Biden for PA. Looks like this nightmare of a week is almost a wrap.
  7. I have a good friend who is pushing that line of thinking and it is indeed really fucking stupid. As much as I want ranked voting in the US to give third party candidates a real shot, it's simply not here right now. I'm not a Biden fan fan and he won't magically fix the myriad problems the country is facing right now, but that was the easiest fucking decision I ever made. Rabid politics are stupid on both sides but let's at least bring the appearance of sanity back to our sham of a democracy.
  8. X4 is a modern classic. The type of Ae track I live for
  9. Oh hell yeah boys, what a great surprise today! This is an excellent counterpart to Sign, still accessible but definitely jammier and weirder. And fucking lol at Sign Plus --> Sean pls
  10. I unfortunately couldn't tune in for long but loved what I was able to catch. Does anyone know if they audio was recorded? Video would be even better but I figured that's a stretch.
  11. As a huge fan of Luke's I feel like the a lot of the stuff from the past decade has been kind of phoned in. Which is why it's so great to hear a proper return to form on this album. It sounds like he had more freedom with the samples and I wonder if he was restricted on some of his past releases in regards to sampling. Plenty of great tracks on this one and it's consistently good from start to finish, looking forward to playing this a bunch more!
  12. It's funny having been on this forum for almost 20 years at this point and every time a new album comes out it's the exact same deal as far as immediate reactions go. Of course people just straight up might not like this, but this feels like the Oversteps release all over again, and Quaristice before that. Predicting some changes of heart in the next 2-4 weeks. I for one love the return to a more melody driven style but everybody's got their own thing!
  13. Cheers for the straightforward answer!
  14. I think I missed the memo, what's "the green one" people are talking about? An actual rumored second album or a classic WATMM inside joke? Still loving this on day 2
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