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Awesome album. 

P varied vibe throughout, has some really pretty tracks, his TM vocal samples etc and then you're slammed with massive bass and relentless breaks. 

What a treat

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Nice! Always good to have new dgohn.  In all honesty - and this is going to be blasphemous - dgohn deals with my squarepusher itch better than squarepusher himself nowadays.   * runs *

https://dgohn-music.bandcamp.com/album/undesignated-proximate 'New music from dgoHn (John Cunnane) is always exciting, this LP especially so. After a recent release on Astrophonica, a self releas

Friendly bump for my (still) AOTY. If there are any of you out there who have yet to listen, get on it. 

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44 minutes ago, Hugh Mughnus said:

Awesome album. 

P varied vibe throughout, has some really pretty tracks, his TM vocal samples etc and then you're slammed with massive bass and relentless breaks. 

What a treat

Correct answer.

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i'm wondering if he has a dank electronic drumset. force to on devlis sounded like real-time drumming, and some of these new ones make me wonder, too.

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Thanks for the support guys!

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Friendly bump for my (still) AOTY. If there are any of you out there who have yet to listen, get on it. 

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6 hours ago, Richie Sombrero said:

Caning this with AceMo Mind Jungle, really go great together. 

Yeah, I'm digging this AceMo -- thanks!

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Finally listened to this the other day. Excellent as I presumed it would be.

dgoHn can do no wrong imo. Always has an interesting take on breaks.

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