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Vladislav Delay Appreciation Thread

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Having a great time going back and listening to some of his stuff I missed at the time, the early Mille Plateaux stuff really is key and I'm not sure where I'd file it between dub-techno, ambient and glitch. Huge fan. Entain is a great place to start.

 

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whistleblower has some wonderful bits..

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Fantastic. Yeah I got into him around Whistleblower, absolute top tier album.

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He just put out a song with XLR8R for something, it’s kinda killer. Heavy and tense as hell, if his new stuff is like that....mmmmphhhh

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^lank? (pls)

 

all time fave:
 

+1. Multila is a timeless album.

 

Correct.

 

Love most everything dude puts out, that quintet thing was a bit meh but w/e.  Anima is a nice, super-submersible follow up to the 1-2 of entain and multila that tends to get overlooked.  Whistleblower is one I've yet to check out so we'll get on that stat

 

*cocks shotgun, waits behind duck blind for lopez to enter thread and gush about luomo*

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jep lol ^

 

vocalcity is a work of genius. but really it's all very good. sasu is *the* underrated electronic musician imo.

 

edit: with apologies to david moufang

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was on a vladislav kick the other week. entain, multila, vapaa muurari, all incredible.

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I stand by my statement of Whistleblower being the best. But all are good in their own ways.

 

Really love his Ripatti eps from a few years back too.

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i love those 3 train albums he did and i gotta check multila and his early stuff again. I only listened like 2 times to those but never went back, felt like i was on another planet with no compass or map

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Huge Uusitalo fan myself.

 

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Huge Uusitalo fan myself.

 

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Yes! Tulenkantaja is essential listening.

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i like his jamband stuff too

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I picked up the Sistol CD with the ray gun on the cover a while back — it’s also fucking awesome. All this stuff is great; great thread.

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No love for espoo?

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Vantaa and Multila are very nice, but Visa is his best album, hands down.

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Vantaa and Multila are very nice, but Visa is his best album, hands down.

 

Thanks 4 lank dude (diBBin the track) and yeah, Visa is damn good alright.  I reckon that with an artiste such as Vlad (i.e., one whoms'tve consistently puts out quality releases), what constitutes the "best" is less unanimous and more down to personal taste.  Kuopio is great as well.

 

BREAKING: whistleblower delivers as expected

 

No love for espoo?

 

Nothing but love for this. Hypnotic lil trip thru the 'burbs of yr mind

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Incidentally, Tummaa is super cheap on vinyl, they must have pressed too many back in day if anyone is looking it.

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