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    millenial lust for death
  • Birthday March 30

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  1. Denver 04/19. Gonna find Fred McGriff n' rave it up.
  2. "be up a hello, she's my baaaby be up a hello, I don't mean maybe"
  3. I love Blawan and Pariah independently of each other but, together, they fuckin bang better then almost any other techno out there with this project.
  4. I just revisited this track last night on a drive and what a choon. I always get harpsichord vibes from it, real horrorshow Baroque acid but what is a harpsichord anyway? A stringed instrument that gets hammered firmly instead of softly so dulcimer works too. He's the goddamned king of basslines. There's not one but two fuckin killers in here so while we're at it: which one is Fenix? Or is the answer "yes". psn says Doepfer with certainty on creamy delay but what about the intro, sync'y one? Actually...motherfucker, there's 3 basslines if you count the final movement of the track.
  5. "Ticket to ride, a white knight highwayTone police your friends, they have to go my way"
  6. Funny how this goes--he definitely has one of the most singular voices out there; can pick a Lone track out a mile away. I previewed Andy Stott's new EP today and was just like "heard it before, sounds like all the others, don't really need it". Even though the exact criteria applies to Lone, I can't seem to get enough.
  7. Title track is a fuuuuuuckin banger, jesus I'm rushing
  8. I have BCM to thank for steering me toward the TT-303. I'm sure the TB-03 is fun in its own right but when I fire that TT up (pronounced "titty") and put it through a Mooer Black Secret pedal, all my derivative Hardfloor desires are met and I'm GAS-immune to this particular announcement. In fact, the more I play on my rig, the more I'm like "what have I done?" 😂 Dropping all this cash to capture adolescent desires like Jay Leno and Jerry Seinfeld with their fucking cars. Whatever, I'm having fun. Everybody Needs a 303 for sure.
  9. I can't know about this for obvious reasons but it seems like it would be really difficult to be a famous black man in America. The range restriction is unreal and even though it looks like Kanye is wilin' most of the time, I really appreciate his desire to be free; free from expectations or agendas like Dave Chappelle. I know it has the shine of tin foil but beware weaponized psychiatry. The more you hear that someone is "off the reservation" or "nuts", the closer you should listen. Especially if they're a minority of any kind. The ol' 80/20 split in effect: 80% is bluster and fanfare but 20% is pretty based.
  10. slicy boi FM really taking our hearts by storm. I appreciate the footwork take on it and 5 euros is a good price. This fella knows how to work it.
  11. Sounds like some of the walloping kit he was rolling out during his live stints in '17. Yusss.
  12. Hedging against hyperbole. It's not even advisable to post about a record until at least a week or so living with it. Albums are like people. Turns out that it did definitely deserve all my initial flattery.
  13. A comp that still serves me well. Contains the best remix Chris Clark has ever done and he's done a lot of remixes.
  14. This has become a flawless record for me. I've never listened to any track in isolation--the minute "Falaise" begins, I get really excited to hear every last second unfold until the end. It's a masterpiece.
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