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  1. Amazing to hear a track from my teen years remixed by someone else I was listening to but considered part of a totally disparate world. Makes me question if life is a simulation, etc. The vocal treatment (especially "transpose......" getting pulled apart around 2:15) is very tasty, and the chugging/spacey mid-section accentuates a note that the original song hit for me, with a sense of being swept away by waves of something overwhelming. climaxing into some classic tom splashy-but-clipped kit sounds about 3/4 through. and Finally re-emerging with the original feel mostly intact, but
  2. Just now discovering the 22 minute live intro and hot daaamn, instant re-listen. If you've slept on this too, you need to listen. I'd kill to see an hour of him(/them?) doing it up like that. Nothing to really add, just appreciateposting
  3. He says in the comments this latest one ends that way because the tape runs out there lol
  4. This specific category on Newegg is what you'd want to be picking from- https://www.newegg.com/p/pl?N=100007627 600009017 600567584 601322313 601303737 601304476 4017 4018&Order=3
  5. The scratched titles look like they were scratched on something else, scanned and digitally overlayed on the photos. There's some jagged edges and artifacts that look like the result of running through a photoshop adjustment that crushes the range to absolute black/white.
  6. Yes, the Welkin EP is the thing I've come back to the most by him in the last few years, it's cemented itself as one of my favs by him and modern "braindance" in general. I've played Humidex and Firmament in some of my small dj sets for my (less braindance-immersed) friends, they definitely get it.
  7. Holy shit, had no idea this happened, sounds amaze. Would absolutely gib dollars for having.
  8. Dare I say the content lives up to the title. Definitely enjoying the majority of it, digging the sounds on "FM jungle breaks" and "quality content". "Bass lines" isn't doing it for me, but I'm about to listen from the start again. Nice work.
  9. The mini live set was lush and the crowd loved it. Love to see it. I hope he (they) expand on that in future sets.
  10. " Voafose is our all mate Jeremy simmonds, top dude, always been there, lurking in the background, done loads of unreleased ones with him. " Would their collab trax be called "Richard Simmonds" ? (e.g, Vibert Simmonds)
  11. Would be fucking sick (I don't say that often) if it was Lorn, he's been on fire lately and I've loved his sense of atmosphere for years. Not sure how it would work exactly, but I imagine something like a more aggressive next-level Burial (which I'm sure I'm not alone in saying I've been waiting for for a long time). Imagine CCAI with Lorn atmosphere... That being said I'm doubtful.
  12. Laying on a couch in my basement as a teenager nodding off to Tassels- strong visions looking like old film footage of an airplane falling slowly out of the sky, black/white with dark red/yellow moments. An event of terrible panic but viewed from a safe muted distance.
  13. Graphics freelancer (3D rendering, motion graphics, Vfx for films)
  14. Hi that was me :) Thanks for your help finding my way back in to the venue! It was a pleasure to meet you. Yay, same here! Oh yea, you (understandably) needed a little re-orientation after all that lol. I considered leaving because of Friday obligations, saw the coat-check line, laughed and went straight back in. Was rewarded with some squarepusher, classic dnb-workout aphex (Cock/Ver10 mixed into Box Energy was nice), and general dope selection from Soundmurderer. I feel like everyone who likes to dance stuck around to work out some of that Big Rich Energy™ we had all just been giv
  15. Powerful show. Was great to hear a lot of what sounded like unheard/live(?) stuff plus a couple recognizable big tracks. That ambient opener stuff is beautiful, hope it comes out someday. "Brooklyn Track" sounded lush, was so torn between recording it and just taking it in. Overall heavier in the middle than I expected. But having my expectations twisted are part of what I went for. He looks like he was performing on a laptop with an old-school 4:3 screen, or was it some hardware thing? Also wonder what role his wife is taking in the performance. Shout out to Colin from MN who I m
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