Eloriaz
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Last Active 09-02-13 5:40 pm
Joined 10-30-12

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  • Brostep I've been pretty behind on DnB this year, but that said Metalheadz - Platinum Breakz 4 obviously rules. Royalston - OCD is pretty killer too and Fred V
    May 22 08:23 AM
  • SanguineCream Hey Elo! if you're there. You heard Underworld's "Thing In A Book" ? Found it looking into their back catalogue recently (it's on the outstanding Dark
    May 17 05:56 AM
  • SanguineCream Holy s***, this SMD has already been added to my 'Funktapussafy' mix tonight... 'I Believe' has some real smooth production, and your description of it being wet and sharp is, well...spot on. And (speaking of awesome production) also transitioned perfectly after what i was just listening to lol: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xuge8rttvAU Loving that album! Black Grape, 80's Depeche Mode, Ken Ishii and Gorillaz among others :)
    March 15 10:19 AM
  • SanguineCream Oh, and do you like Primal Scream ?
    March 14 01:11 AM
  • PunchforPunch nvm i got it
    March 3 11:58 PM
  • PunchforPunch where did you get More Maim/In Here
    March 3 11:57 PM
  • dannyboy89 "Policy of Truth" is currently my fave on Violator.
    February 23 09:42 PM
  • dannyboy89 DM rules dude.
    February 23 07:47 PM
  • clercqie Merci beaucoup! ^^
    February 12 11:36 AM
  • Brostep yeah, WOTW 1 is really good. I liked WOTW 2 a fair bit more than Dev (to quote him: "the biggest pile of ass I've heard all year") but check out 1 first, some absolute tunes on there. If you're gonna listen to Rockwell listen to DJ Friendly Unit Shifter and Tripwire first
    February 12 06:56 AM
  • Hyperion1001 thanks man i hope ill live up to standards. really appreciate it.
    February 12 01:30 AM
  • Brostep Yeah, especially the super dancefloor-oriented stuff like Critical Music and some Shogun (esp. Rockwell). Some commercial is pretty good (I have a soft spot for Fred V
    February 11 10:57 PM
  • Brostep Oh, liquid isn't as much my thing, but I forget that the classic Hospital guys were part of that whole movement. The Krakota track (I think it's Spin the Bottle) is amazing though. The Logistics track you linked me is quite nice too
    February 11 10:44 PM
  • Brostep Thanks a bunch! And judging by your most recent rating I take it the new Hospital comp is actually pretty good? Wasn't expecting it to be that good since there are a bunch of super-cheese artists on it but I'll give it a go soon.
    February 11 10:37 PM
  • Acanthus I find them to a be a bit more fluid, leaving some of the breaks feeling behind and opting for a more progressive blend that's really smooth and definitely their own sound/style. I listened to Wide Angle last and tbh was a bit disappointed in parts after hearing all the praise that's laid on it.
    January 21 05:30 PM
  • Acanthus Have you checked out Hybrid's Morning Scifi or I Choose Noise yet? I enjoy Wide Angle but think they are much better represented on these other records, both in terms of flow and development.
    January 15 03:46 PM
  • mindleviticus UNB wants more money man that's what it's like everywhere
    January 10 10:47 PM
  • mindleviticus Sup bro good luck on that hybrid album it's a classic. My school's going on strike :(
    January 10 04:05 PM
  • SanguineCream http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJlHSFwYEPs You heard that one, Elo ?
    January 9 10:38 PM
  • Negator yo thanks man I was looking all over for this album!! Gonna add this as one of my christmas presents lol
    December 24 04:46 PM
  • Mike08 Its been a bitch finding ASC- Astral Traveler. Do you have a download link? PLLEASE
    December 21 12:58 AM
  • MisterTornado im gonna start calling myself MonsieurTornade from now on (in my head)
    December 15 11:38 PM
  • StrangerofSorts ended up listing it - no ambient to speak of but it should do www.sputnikmusic.com/list.php?mode=1
    November 10 10:27 AM
  • DrMaximus Here's some ambient, man: Akira Yamaoka - Silent Hill 2, Carbon Based Lifeforms - World Of Sleepers, Deathprod - Morals and Dogma, Global Communication - 76:14, Grouper - Dragging A Dead Deer Up A Hill, Klaus Shulze - Irrlicht, Shrine - Somnia, Tim Hecker - Harmony In Ultraviolet
    November 8 11:22 PM
  • GiaNXGX why i love electronica? ElectronicA? youtube.com/watch?v=5sj4oV4NU14
    November 8 08:35 PM
  • Deviant. I'll rustle up some more recs for you in a minute
    November 2 01:40 AM
  • Deviant. Well seeing as you're currently digging Teebee, here's his label's latest comp: http://www.discogs.com/Various-Sine-Language/release/4915568
    November 1 09:20 PM
  • someguest Each episode is about 23 minutes.
    October 12 12:34 PM
  • someguest Hey Eloriaz! Have you dove into Cowboy Bebop?
    October 11 11:31 PM
  • MisterTornado that's 2!
    September 27 05:59 PM
  • YaelPol Hey!You're not the only OMD fan on this :pI have been a fan since I was six years old (thanks dad) and Universal was the cd he always had on in the car. And my favorite song of all time, Too Late, is on it, so yeah, you should give Universal a listen.But all the other OMD stuff is cool too! I had the change to meet Paul of OMD, such a nice guy!
    September 15 11:05 AM
  • HolidayKirk I have epic reviews of their albums coming up. Stay tuned....
    September 2 07:30 PM
  • HolidayKirk :0 Another Basement Jaxx fan...
    September 2 05:44 PM
  • mindleviticus Man you're at McGill?? I'm at UNB in New Brunswick!
    August 31 07:44 AM
  • bloc Ah, glad you like them! Yes sir, Crossroads is equally epic and perhaps the most accessible out of the 3 imo. RETRO is a bit of an oddball though, since the band was inspired by old video game systems there's a bunch of vintage sounding bleeps and bloops on top of their sound which makes the entire album hit or miss I guess. And don't forget to check out THYX, the lead singers solo project.
    August 27 03:37 PM
  • mindleviticus DUDE!! Thank you so much for the 4 dollars I wasn't expecting anybody to pay for some of it but holy crap man wow thanks!
    August 19 11:09 PM
  • mindleviticus OH! Haha I've only actually listened to Block Rockin' Beats by those guys, to be honest. Haha. I'll get the album it's from and tell you what I thought of it tomorrow. :D And good luck man! Listened to Orbus Terrarum yet? That's my favorite album by The Orb.
    August 18 07:32 PM
  • mindleviticus second toughest is my fav underworld so how about that one? :] also nice Beefcake profile picture (?)
    August 18 07:24 PM
  • Havey miserere swag
    August 18 07:09 PM
  • mindleviticus dude your reviews are amazing keep at it man
    August 18 07:04 PM
  • bloc Oh for sure, I think we've crossed paths already a couple of times but it's nice to make things official ;)
    August 18 06:11 PM
  • bloc Ah cool, I'm from Toronto! Nice to see another Canadian.
    August 18 05:38 PM
  • bloc Awesome, looking forward to it and I have no doubt the show will be unforgettable. That's the Montreal show, right? You from there or travelling from somewhere else?
    August 18 05:30 PM
  • bloc Ah good to hear you already have your foot in the door, happy listening : ) Unfortunately for that DM show, it was a choice between seeing them or Queens of the Stone Age also in September (both in my top 3 favourite bands) and since DM was more than $100 I went with QOTSA sadly...I'm assuming you're on your way?
    August 18 05:13 PM
  • bloc Anytime, my man. mind.in.a.box is my personal favourite btw, they definitely have their own signature sound. Lots of progressive vibes to it. But VNV Nation and Assemblage 23 REALLY define the futurepop sound.
    August 18 04:54 PM
  • bloc Angels and Agony - Unison, Apoptygma Berzerk - Welcome To Earth, Assemblage 23 - any album, Cesium_137 - any album, Chrom - Synthetic Movement, Covenant - Modern Ruin, Informatik - Nymphomatik, Mesh - We Collide, mind.in.a.box - any album, Neuroticfish - any album, Solitary Experiments - Mind Over Matter, VNV Nation - Matter Form
    August 18 04:49 PM
  • bloc I'd say the differences between EBM and futurepop is that futurepop has more of a trance kind of vibe in the sense that there is usually a repeating arpeggio line that sort of acts like the "main riff" of the song. Plus most tracks behave like a typical song, with a verse, chorus, bridge, etc. Now onto the recs:
    August 18 04:44 PM
  • Typhoner haha, you're acting so much like me when I was starting to explore electronic music a year ago ;-). Cool to see your enthousiasm!
    August 11 06:52 AM
  • SanguineCream Come back now, if you like. I was about to jam some old school rave. I've been playing chill for hours and it was feeling tired lol
    August 5 01:47 PM
  • SanguineCream You just joined coincidentally as i was ending my cast. lol And then my connection failed
    August 5 01:21 PM
  • SanguineCream Yeah Tobin's dam good..from what I've heard on GS so far. I'll check out those albums you've recommended, cheers. And to answer your last question: When you sign on you'll see on the right of the page your list of followers there
    August 5 11:53 AM
  • SanguineCream I'm on every night/afternoon, just about lolSo if you're in Canada, perhaps the time zone make it inconvenient.. But on the weekends in the daytime (PM your time) i'm broadcasting
    August 4 11:13 PM
  • SanguineCream You need to tune into one of my casts some time! Suggest me some Amon Tobin, because honestly, I'm not all that familiar with his music..
    August 4 11:03 AM
  • SanguineCream That's a big stereotype man ;) We have some of the world's deadliest snakes, but that's all out in the country/outback
    August 3 09:27 AM
  • SanguineCream Heh. Guns, my friend. Lots of guns..
    August 3 09:26 AM
  • SanguineCream Awesome. Good timing, I just started broadcasting then. Here's the link: http://grooveshark.com/#!/sanguinecream/broadcast
    July 30 02:41 AM
  • SanguineCream I always thought Pearl's Girl was like the bigger, better cousin of "Born Slippy"..amazingly the latter was the one that was their most commercially successful track. And no, my username on GS is E.S. Bennett. If you look for it in the search bar in 'People' it might show, i dunno. In which case i'll just send you a link to my broadcast and you can follow me there. ;)
    July 29 11:05 PM
  • SanguineCream Oh, and you need to come and tune into my GS broadcasts some time! When I play electronica i generally play old djs - (which none of my followers listen to lol) - whilst discovering new artists. But i could totally use your cognizance, per say
    July 29 09:04 AM
  • SanguineCream Hey man, i see you've been listen to "Infants." My FAVORITE Underworld album
    July 29 08:37 AM
  • someguest Yes, 3:15 of that track is godly.
    June 26 12:32 AM
  • someguest What's up new wave pal? New Order - Bizarre Love Triangle (The Crystal Method Extended Mix) is the best song ever.
    June 25 11:59 PM
  • SanguineCream And if you're a member you can broadcast your own live sets and invite people to tune in.
    June 17 12:11 AM
  • SanguineCream Lol, for real. Nice. Yeah, their database is massive. No limit on electronica at all, obscure, new or old
    June 17 12:10 AM
  • SanguineCream Music streaming, live broadcasts (e.g. air your own stations), community etcSign up's all free. And quality audio files. Just from one music lover to another ;P I find it's a good site to preview albums, while using less bandwidth than youtube for example
    June 16 10:47 PM
  • SanguineCream Hey man, you use grooveshark.com at all?
    June 14 10:55 PM
  • peaks40 not francophone mon ami lol. I do speak french though
    June 14 12:31 PM
  • SanguineCream Check out my new list when you can. Figure there's some stuff on there you'd like
    June 6 08:41 PM
  • SanguineCream Yeah his 1996 Lp "Above The Clouds" is excellent. Surprisingly he wasn't on sput so i uploaded all of his releases today. Unfortunately the mods haven't accepted my edit and it's still listed under Wink and not Josh Wink. So if you search for it comes up with some Japanese girl group
    June 5 02:42 PM
  • Voivod I love your avatar man, I had this stamped at a t-shirt back in the day and "Dig Your Own Hole" is very good stuff.
    March 19 04:27 AM
  • Deviant. I just view them as techno tbh. They're a part of the group of artists who dabbled in acid and breakbeat as well, so that's definitely in there. But yeah, kind of old school techno is how I see them
    January 16 09:41 PM

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