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  1. I saw Harry Wu speak once many years ago (mid-90's). He spent the majority of the lecture emphasizing that China had created a huge industry of imprisoning people and not documenting anything, executing them and harvesting organs. Harry Wu is not a tin-foil hat conspiracy theorist and he presented some evidence for his claims that had been smuggled out to him. On the basis of that lecture alone (but I could cite other instances of China hiding the tragic plight of large amounts of their people), I wouldn't be surprised if they are doing internal testing within the mainland.
  2. DJ Screw is like Pringles. You'll never stop after just one: RIP Screw. Greatest to ever grace a pair of decks, no hyperbole. edit: Let me do this right. Check where the above came from:
  3. Hit you so hard yo grandma gonna feel it!
  4. Celebrating 100 posts in this thread with last Friday's show. Enjoy! Download link: https://archive.sub.fm/taupe-beats-28-aug-2020/ 1. Dro Carey “Healer”, Clear to You/Healer single, self-released, 2020 2. Jad & The “Yeah Band”, Going Away Party EP, 2MR, 2017 3. Low Tape “Autumnesia”, Reality Zone EP, Nerang Recordings, 2019 4. Otik “Antihero”, Thousand Year Stare EP, Gobstopper, 2020 5. Roy Of The Ravers “Emotinium”, 2 Late 4 Love EP, Acid Waxa, 2016 6. Elefants “Dice”, V/A 2019 compilation, FOL Records, 2019 7. Hugo Massien “Touch & Go
  5. I tend to believe record labels are the best way to explore new music. So watmm, what are some of your favorite labels out right now? I'll start with Banoffee Pies out of Bristol. The speed garage + breaks combo is lovely. https://banoffeepiesrecords.bandcamp.com/
  6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrh5kaWfyMQ&list=PL2B6AC29862DEF93B It's a playlist for New Order's "Movement" album if it doesn't embed.
  7. Friday's show, discover something new! Download link: https://archive.sub.fm/taupe-beats-14-aug-2020/ 1. JWords “Waythatwewere”, dancepackvol.1 EP, 1270641 Records DK, 2020 2. Necktr “Grow (Sourpuss Remix)”, Grow EP, Wormfood Records LTD, 2020 3. Yot Nam “Kamala”, V/A CLÆP THAT VOL. 2 EP, CLÆP VISIONS, 2020 4. Adelphi Music Factory “The Comedor”, Joy & Fantasy EP, Shall Not Fade, 2020 5. Promising/Youngster “Lack of Interest”, Nº5 compilation, SIN HILO, 2020 6. LOOR “Plants (Hodge Remix)”, Plants single, self-released, 2020 7. Rudolf C “Wand
  8. On again tonight. 2-4am GMT/9-11pm EST. www.sub.fm Listen in
  9. You claim the film takes place almost entirely in an apartment. This is false. One of Lynch's greatest talents is implying a sense of claustrophobia when it's not actually there. As well, I have no idea what "too far out of Hollywood" means. To be pedantic, part of Mulholland Drive (including what's shown in the opening credits) is actually in Hollywood. As well the idea of Mulholland Drive being geographically boring is equally baffling to me. It's one of the coolest scenic routes in L.A. and a lot of people do idiotic racing on it so boring is a bad descriptor. As far as the movie, I qu
  10. The irony to this quote is almost too good to be true.
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