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So, I uh, might have somewhat spur of the moment (but not really, been wanting this for a while) put a system in my car. Was initially going to just upgrade speakers but my wife talked me into going m

Considering Ae dropped 8 hours of music that year with no hype but a facebook post it was a bit much for a 25 minute EP 

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Cannabis + anything .. A must try.

I recommend Icct Hedral.

 

 

Edit* In fact, all of ICBYD. Designed for that sort of thing.

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Everybody bootleggin the shit outta the new EP - get it while it's hot!

dammit I got no access to a pc for a week and a bit, missed this hype train for now..

 

edit: is it more of the same? I saw span said it was his best since rushup edge.. is that 4realz?

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Everybody bootleggin the shit outta the new EP - get it while it's hot!

dammit I got no acces to a pc for a week and a bit, missed this hype train for now..

 

is it more of the same? I saw span said it was his best since rushup edge.. is that 4realz?

You heard it from Span. Best since the reversal in Alberto.

 

 

Balsalm.

 

Omg Alberto Balsalm.

Are you experiencing Albert + buddy currently?
God yes

 

 

 

 

Into Cow Cud.

 

 

 

The old shit is good too guys.

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Everybody bootleggin the shit outta the new EP - get it while it's hot!

dammit I got no acces to a pc for a week and a bit, missed this hype train for now..

 

is it more of the same? I saw span said it was his best since rushup edge.. is that 4realz?

You heard it from Span. Best since the reversal in Alberto.

 

 

Balsalm.

 

Omg Alberto Balsalm.

Are you experiencing Albert + buddy currently?
God yes

 

 

 

 

Into Cow Cud.

 

 

 

The old shit is good too guys.

 

 

Enjoooooy! 

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Cannabis + EP .. A must try.

 

1st 44 (slo -20%)  

 

jesus fucking christ I'm lit as norwegian church....

 

i tried it sped up a bit and that was pretty nice, man the ending is great

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For those who don't "get" jlin, listen to some African music that employs cross-rhythms and google how to feel the groove in polyrhythms, then plug in Kyanite by Jlin on a big soun system. Most of the cues for where you're supposed to feel the groove is in the bass/sub bass.

 

Her music is fucking great. Haven't heard the new EP, waiting until my copy ships, but I'm glad he's continuing to be influenced by current musical zeitgeist.

 

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also lol at all the white dudes talking all condescending about footwork, but will start making footwork inspired tracks in 5 years. I remember when people would talk shit about trap...

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I'm convinced this forum is has a lot of elitist spergs who can't/don't know how to dance, so they shun anything that people would dance to in a club because it's "too simplistic/too repetetive." Learn to feel a groove m8. Its not bad to be repetitive. Jesus Christ. I know idm is complex and stuff but still, not everything has to be complex to be good music. And just because you don't get hip hop/low income/ethnic minority/mainstream music culture doesn't mean the tracks don't slam, you just think you're above it probably because you feel alienated by it culturally. I'm talking about the response to that DJ Nate track specifically...

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I can assure you I wont be attempting to make any footwork inspired tracks in 5 years, and that most if not all of it sounds like complete shit. Whoopdee fucking doo, skittery hi-hats and occasional bass with repetitive fucking annoying vocal samples looped over and over again. 

 

Nice of you to bring race into it btw.  :ok:

 

I listen to a fair amount of ethnic music including hip hop (not sure I'd consider this ethnic but more so minority perhaps? Not rlly even), south american and a deece amount of west african which I assume many of the respondants in this thread do as well. Not sure what you're on about m7.

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I know your comments were (probably?) not directed at me but almost everything you said was dickheaded bullshit.

 

You're spot on about a bunch of elitist spergs (I added elitist) in here but that doesn't mean the criticisms of those shit awful artists and genres aren't genuine (if only subjective). 

 

You're acting just as elitist by shitting on people that don't agree that it's good (I think Jlin is awful, I made it two tracks into an album before I got pissed off that it was dry raping my earholes). 

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