Jump to content

Extralife

Members Plus
  • Posts

    4,545
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    8

Extralife last won the day on February 5 2023

Extralife had the most liked content!

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Houston, TX

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    https://bandcamp.com/extralife

Previous Fields

  • Country
    Not Selected

Recent Profile Visitors

4,831 profile views

Extralife's Achievements

Grand Master

Grand Master (14/14)

  • Reacting Well
  • Dedicated
  • Very Popular Rare
  • First Post
  • Collaborator

Recent Badges

2.5k

Reputation

  1. Yep, +1 on this. Last album under the Kelpe name is really nice too.
  2. Michael is an incredible producer. Neat that he was remixed twice for this. Does this mean there would be new CRC coming out on Touched in the future? Would be great if so.
  3. Contact-E is an absolute beast of a tune. Others also are great. Full length is coming according to Leonard himself…
  4. Also really fun to read through his write-ups of each track while listening alongside. I'm about two and a half hours in and fully absorbed. Pretty incredible mixing/remixing/beatmatching/sequencing all the way through. I also ordered a book alongside - I'm a sucker.
  5. Incredible album. Mike has outdone himself here.
  6. Maybe I'm late to the party here, but I had no idea this thing existed. I was over in the Grusch listening session and Mike P dropped this link for this project that contains many of his tunes. Needless to say - I'm pretty blown away as a self-admitted 90s IDM nerd. https://thedeepark.com/ “…more like a remixtape than a selection of tracks segueing seamlessly one after the other. More often than not, the components have been partially disassembled – moving parts rejiggered, tempos tinkered, keys tweaked–before being jigsawed back into perfectly annealed alignment… Listening to the entire length and breadth of The Deep Ark, you get a powerful sense of the music of this era as a single gigantic living organism. Each track is individually distinct while also webbed within an ecosystem of reciprocal influence and mutual inspiration. The balance between genius and scenius, the auteur and the collective, is ever-shifting.” — Simon Reynolds @ Blissblog. “The Deep Ark feels less like an example of canny curation (which it certainly is) than a probe lodged deep into the temporal hive mind… like a definitive summing up of the brain dance canon… beautifully stitched together — beat matched transitions, carefully extended segues, intuitive blends… what I love best is that rather than some didactic survey, its an entirely emphatic, feelings-forward experience, the kind of thing you just fall into and revel in” — Philip Sherbourne @ Futurism Restated
  7. We Are The Music Makers | Volume One by Various ....and in case you haven't had enough iNFO with the stellar album on Touched, here comes a surprise drop of his collab with my good buddy Darren Nye on Móatún 7. Get on it.
  8. Really enjoyed this one and looking forward to pt. 2. Definitely agree about the Tortoise vibes, which is not at all a bad thing in my book. His best release since the early days.
  9. We Are The Music Makers | Volume One by Various Somehow there doesn't seem to be a thread for this - so I figured I'd remedy. Incredibly detailed world-building from Priori on his latest. Reminds me of the first time I listened early 90s Orb or FSOL. Immersive and deep. Also pretty glowing review from RA: https://ra.co/reviews/36107
  10. It took me a little while to get sold on iNFO, but after his last two albums on Moatun and now this beast - he is definitely buy on sight for me. Really scratches that itch for golden era crunchy IDM. Can't recommend this one enough.
  11. Rubs me the right way. This is great.
  12. @AlcofribasCheers dude. Plan on being more active in the New Year. The Daze album is indeed very special.
  13. Long time no see, all. Been a busy/hectic/crazy year here for me so I've kind of went dark here......but still listening to lots of stuff. Here's some of my favorites that I've seen little to no mention of on here. If I had to pick an AOTY, it would be between Danny Daze's Blue album and the old/new Sun Electric live release. Everything here has major staying power for me though and I hope you all will find a lot to like! We Are The Music Makers | Volume One by Various We Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by Various We Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by Various We Are The Music Makers | Volume One by VariousWe Are The Music Makers | Volume One by Various
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.