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Learn you some proper EDM
jamboe
jamboe
2/28/2012 02:56 PM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XeuzFEaZUys

Bussit
Bussit
2/28/2012 02:57 PM

De 'Lacy Hideaway [Deep Dish Mix]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1sLhOcP8g4&feature=related

jamboe
jamboe
2/28/2012 02:57 PM

I love that track.

Bussit
Bussit
2/28/2012 03:00 PM

Quivver - Twist And Shout ( 1994 )

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TdfgvpXpyNs

jamboe
jamboe
2/28/2012 03:02 PM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6clS0QN-0I

The Ananda Project - Danny Tenaglia Edit of the Rui Da Silva Saffron Mix.

This makes your head pop off.

orgwell
orgwell
2/28/2012 03:02 PM

I don't post very often. But I've seen many of you lament not being able to actually watch a band perform the electronic music that you'd see/hear live, creating it on the fly. I, too, have issue with 'seeing' DJ's live, as I often have a hard time believing that they're not using mostly studio-created loops/samples/patches instead of working more 'live'. I certainly don't know enough about DJ'g to categorically write off every DJ as not-truly-creating-in-the-moment, but I don't desire to see as many DJ's anymore, largely because, as a fan, I can't 'participate' with DJ's during their live shows as I'd truly like.

I'm more a fan of bands that integrate electronics into their compositions & live performances. While I appreciate certain aspects of, say, STS9 & Zoogma for example, their songs tend to sound nearly identical across different live shows, limiting how often I can personally continue to keep seeing them live. This lack of improv, while not a sticking point for many, has led me to look to greener pastures.

If my perspective sounds like your own, I'd strongly recommend checking out Brothers Past (Philly). While basing their live performances around indie-influenced(?) song- & lyric-structure, live iterations can easily last 20-30 minutes, sounding (nearly) completely different from one version to the next. Their jamming/improv tends to go deep into a dubby drum-n-bass direction; I often feel that they're 'channeling' something dark/tribal/evil. I've heard from many people that, in their opinion, Brothers Past is on the forefront of the band-based jamtronica scene right now; I don't disagree. Their soundguy recently posted that he has yet to come across a better example of an artist that so effectively blurs the line between live instrumentation & true DJ electronica.

Since a visual component may be important to many of you as well, check the following videos (single song, split in two) if you're so inclined. "One Rabbit Race," from Cleveland last summer:

- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlqAq8YUffY (p.1)

- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aImWzVunNGw (p.2)

If the vocals aren't very appealing to you, skip ahead a few minutes to the jam section. If you like this song, that show is a great place to start; for most of 2011, it was considered best show of the year. I'd be happy to recommend other shows to those who like this one.

Looking forward to picking up some new ish from this thread. Thanks.

GratefulSpread1
GratefulSpread1
2/28/2012 03:04 PM

I kinda dig the late 90s early 2000s stuff like the crystal method and the chemical brothers

Bussit
Bussit
2/28/2012 03:26 PM

Electroliners - Loose Caboose

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oG8CZlogzWg

ELECTROLINERS - CRAZY TRAIN (Original Unedited Mix)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12iau7kkqO8

bombs.

Bussit
Bussit
2/28/2012 03:39 PM

The Digital Blondes Antheum '98 The Digital Blondes' Future Retro Millenium Mix

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGUtij6cnTU

Sunrider - The Bomb (Original Radio)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3oSv9DmbB8&feature=relmfu

crunchylosers
crunchylosers
2/28/2012 03:50 PM

Brothers past certainly slays, but Im waiting for a band that will reinvent livetronica. I think the evolution of the genre has stalled. Its a field of imitators.

Orgwell, arent you a newly crowned LD moderator? Congrats, friend.

orgwell
orgwell
2/28/2012 04:04 PM

^ That's what they tell me..

(bows humbly)

gimmesomedead
gimmesomedead
2/28/2012 04:07 PM

I dont know much at all about EDM. Pretty much nothing. I'm gonna check some of this stuff out. Thanks for the links folks.

gimmesomedead
gimmesomedead
2/28/2012 04:09 PM

PS - what kind of music is Black Moth Super Rainbow???

I came across an album they did w/ The Octopus Project (?), not sure who they are either...

The House of Apples and Eyeballs

I like that a lot! If this is EDM then I want to hear more like it.

Bussit
Bussit
2/28/2012 04:15 PM

Everything I have posted is from the 90's...and here is some chillness.

Furry Phreaks - Soothe (Chicane Cyanide Ride)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YMxw9lQOwxQ&feature=related

Motorcycle - As the Rush Comes (Gabriel & Dresden Chill Mix)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cb61AVsxD34

TheCosmicBandito
TheCosmicBandito
2/28/2012 04:40 PM

Heavy Disco Jazz - Brad Slyde

http://www.mediafire.com/?q7r311nklp51ti5

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