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I think this is my happy Autechre track  

Mouse on Mars criminally underrepresented in this thread, they've got so many great high-serotonin jams   also gotta say The RDJ Album has always been one of the most gen

I really appreciate how Four Tet released so much defiantly happy music in the hellscape of 2020

 

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34 minutes ago, Berk said:

 

 

wow, goosebumps. where was this all my life? i thought i had the 80s somewhat down tbh...

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                                                                                        tha Soundlab20

 

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49 minutes ago, jaderpansen said:

wow, goosebumps. where was this all my life? i thought i had the 80s somewhat down tbh...

Yeah love this song 🙂 check the album diamond life if you haven't already👍

 

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17 minutes ago, Berk said:

Yeah love this song 🙂 check the album diamond life if you haven't already👍

 

Sade has a very rare kind of female voice, and her pitch is exceptionally perfect. I especially love the Bring Me Home live, it's an exquisite lens into her music.

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21 minutes ago, Berk said:

Yeah love this song 🙂 check the album diamond life if you haven't already👍

 

doing so this very moment. 🙂 cheers!

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here's one that can give me the full ear-to-ear RDJ grin at any time of day. funnily enough, the only other tracks that put me in that mood are Luke Vibert tracks...

word up to ^^^Tom Tom Club - Genius of Love. i discovered it the other day and fell head over heals with it! didn't know i was such a sucker for that aesthetic.

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Two all time “makes me smile” type songs.

BTW if you haven’t seen the Robert Rich or Steve Roach (another great Steve) recent live soundquest performances from the 2021 show you totally should.

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