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  1. King shit really. Not a surprise that he says he had to do information "piece by piece" either since his level of musical detail will likely be studied for ages. Go Plastic is 19 years old and I still can't get my head around it.
  2. RE: The Lighthouse...did we watch the same movie? I was glued to the screen and cackled right along into the descent with them. I found it gorgeous, disgusting and wildly imaginative. I've always been a sucker for repackaged classics e.g. O Brother, Where Art Thou, Scotland, PA., etc. At a minimum, I thought WATMM's heart would be stolen by all of the close quartered farting. I know I was immediately sold on Dafoe gas.
  3. That's some good connect-the-dots. As far as direct sample...monosynth melodies with a high portamento are just a techno mainstay like a pentatonic guitar solo in rock. Anything's possible though. What I appreciate most lately is Tom biting Aphex drum loops directly (off topic, I know)
  4. I watched this at least as much for a new NIN "record" as I did for the actual show. What I loved is that their contributions weren't limited to just music. You can hear some gnarly modular squelches during some scenes of violence, which is a spicy addition to the action. Ghosts was indeed a generous gift from Tront.
  5. This German got leaks. Time to Paperclip him to get his secrets.
  6. Damn, what a film. It's hard to remember a movie that stressed me the fuck out that much lol. I got a huge inside laugh when the family jumps in the car to go home and you hear the radio station ident as Q106.7 (hi Daniel). I also couldn't help but wonder if....
  7. I took a look at Bumble for a bit and then my Snapchat advertising started flooding me with various dating ads. I've been getting hit hard with this LGBTQA+ ad. I can't help but chuckle at the thought that converging algorithms are telling me "ay buddy--tough luck so far huh. Have you considered other markets?"
  8. I would normally support this as I've gotten cynical on electronic live shows. Tom does deliver though. Blasting the album would capture about 60% of it--can't lie--but he does some pro mangling and dementia with a psychedelic bass freakout to boot. His tickets are reasonable too. Richard been on them Chad prices for sometime now.
  9. This is the reason FACT disabled comments on all of them, which took a lot of fun out of it. There were some legendary roasts but also praise when it was deserved. Everything should have the opportunity to be judged but we're living in a scrubbed web these days. Notable standouts for me are Danny L Harle and Benjamin Damage. I wish I could better remember the ones the internet collectively gutted lol.
  10. I appreciate the elder IDM statesmen getting a bit maudlin for the past. It's making for some great tunes.
  11. FACT reeeaally loved that plate haha. Those camera angles and split screens screamed "you guys seeing this shit?!" What else can be said that hasn't already? Barker pwn'in the scene right now.
  12. I dug around to make sure I'm not repeating this idea. Anyway, I took Foobar and sorted my collection by year 2009-2019. I was just gonna dick around but I wound up in a 3 hour trance that was extremely heady. It featured head bobs, tears, laughter and a fuckload of memories. For each year, I picked out the tracks that were absolutely essential to me and the grand total came to 321. My next move is to consider using the final hours of this day to drill it down to the top 10 tracks of the decade with a contribution from each year....holy fuck it would be daunting. One notable trend is that I listen to less and less music as the years proceed 😪 I can remember my dad barely turning on his stereo after 40, which is what I turned this year. He bought so much less music as well over time. I'm gonna try to keep listening to the youths and the new tunes to keep my brain fluid now that I have this data. Anyway, I attached the word file if anybody's interested in my particular flow. Another find is that Stian (EOD et al) cranked out some of the biggest personal hits for me across these past 10 years. Even though some of the tracks were technically outside the decade, I counted the "official release" as when it was commercially available on Bandcamp and the like. Decade.docx
  13. Such a slammin' album and these extra bits are delivering. It really was the future at the time but I do detest that BoC mix--did in '99 and even more now. It sounds like all the stems to MHTRTC being played at the same time against the blandest possible beat they had on hand.
  14. Blerp essentially giving this thing away rn. Freedom credits go mp3 $5, wav/flac $6, 24 bit $7.50
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