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HighandDriving
August 26th 2014


3288 Comments


This is such a bogus implication as well, coming from someone who claims to know all about deep house as well. Using sample packs doesn't immediately align you within the same realm as the artists you're taking them from. It's a basic foundation, where you take it from there is all that ever matters. And while deep house has always been about nostalgia and sampling, borrowing a snare kick isn't the same as adopting gospel passages for interpretive edification


I used sample packs as an example so I don't have to waste time explaining how Disclosure used, and still use, typical arpeggiated deep house chords, not a snare kick, whateva that means.

Nice dodge bro


Do you have knowledge of any daw? I don't wanna spew stuff that will just go over your head.

I'm not referring to the over commercialised mainstream aspect of electronic music, I'm referring to dance music as a whole. Why do you think there are terms like "bass music", "post dubstep" and the like floating around at the moment. Even "edm" comprises a vast number of sub-genres: dubstep, house, trap etc. From the Belgium-to-London crossover techno to the new rise in grime music, electronic music is rudderless at the moment


You do a good job prancing around the argument. Electronic music isn't rudderless, it's lead by the big name djs. Most of them push trap, electro, progressive house and deep house. Now which one of those genres just had a rise in prominence? Actual edm producers (not staffers on a 2nd rate music review site) know and chagrin that deep house is the current edm fad. From Vevo to a 13 year old with FL Studio. Again I could waste time getting quotes for you but you'd prob dance around them.

HighandDriving
August 26th 2014


3288 Comments


Also ss there any other "edm" staffers on this other than you and dodgestep?

Wolfhorde
August 26th 2014


15373 Comments


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HighandDriving
August 28th 2014


3288 Comments


Lol scared these kids off.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
August 30th 2014


32190 Comments

Album Rating: 2.2

I used sample packs as an example so I don't have to waste time explaining how Disclosure used, and still use, typical arpeggiated deep house chords, not a snare kick, whateva that means.




Sorry, but using an arpeggiated chord doesn't make your tune deep house. Which is exactly the same as saying that any one genre holds no claim over an arpeggiated chord



Do you have knowledge of any daw? I don't wanna spew stuff that will just go over your head.




Go for it, my shoes ain't even wet yet so I'm not going to be concerned about my head anytime soon



You do a good job prancing around the argument. Electronic music isn't rudderless, it's lead by the big name djs. Most of them push trap, electro, progressive house and deep house. Now which one of those genres just had a rise in prominence? Actual edm producers (not staffers on a 2nd rate music review site) know and chagrin that deep house is the current edm fad. From Vevo to a 13 year old with FL Studio. Again I could waste time getting quotes for you but you'd prob dance around them.




There's no dancing here, but the reality is that you're focusing solely on one side of the electronic spectrum here. That being the commercial side, or "edm". And sure I can see why someone would immediately gravitate towards that style, given it's prominence - shit, it's a numbers game by this point. But it's still one side of the conversation. And you're also pushing electro, trap, progressive and/or deep house. That's not unity, that's four different sounds. You could argue that edm is allowing a solidification of various genres, but you're still not disproving that electronic music is as varied and unstructured as it ever was. Look at Hyperdub, currently celebrating 10 years. Look at their roster and tell me if you see a common theme, beyond being "experimental" (for lack of a better word).



Also, protip: having big room DJs blasting Disclosure, Julio Bashmore and the like isn't a sign that deep house is on the rise. You let me know when Avicii and co. start blasting Frankie Knuckles, Moodymann and DJ Sprinkles and then we'll talk. Because just making a "soulful" house tune doesn't throw you into the same alignment as that lot, despite what any uneducated kandy lover might think



I'll try and post earlier next time as well. Wouldn't want you thinking that you've blown any houses down with all that huffing and puffing

Lord(e)Po)))ts
August 30th 2014


41759 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

well u sure bamboozled him right

Digging: Edyth - Bare II

indigonowhere
Emeritus
August 30th 2014


10727 Comments


Wouldn't want you thinking that you've blown any houses down with all that huffing and puffing

This is but one of many things in your comment that made me chuckle pretty hard

anarchistfish
September 13th 2014


26945 Comments


Tbh, the over-commercialisation of house atm (which Disclosure is a big part of) is slightly
nauseating. Ugh.


dude it's suffocating where I live. feels like the epicentre of it. getting fucked to some throwaway xtra
bassy house is sweet every now and again but the culture is so shallow (lol) and pervasive you get sick of
it fast. I know of barely anyone in the student community who's even trying to make something creative and
different, everyone just wants to be a dj. i knew it'd gone too far when my friend fb'd me a bob marley
remix with all the instrumentals and crackle and groove taken out and left with just a 4x4 beat and i'm
just like no


Digging: La Dispute - Panorama

anarchistfish
September 13th 2014


26945 Comments


just came here to say attak is sweet



and arguing semantics is pointless tbh. i thought we gave up on that after the great dubstep war of 2011

Brostep
Staff Reviewer
September 14th 2014


4469 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

Old habits die hard

Rev
September 14th 2014


9819 Comments

Album Rating: 2.0

and high and driving ruins another thread

Lord(e)Po)))ts
September 14th 2014


41759 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

high and driving is a legend

2CHAINAL
January 5th 2015


193 Comments


I'm only here for Attak

treeqt.
January 5th 2015


16962 Comments


dont be here

treeqt.
January 5th 2015


16962 Comments


im not here

2CHAINAL
January 5th 2015


193 Comments


danny brown is the reason im here

Lord(e)Po)))ts
January 5th 2015


41759 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

danny brown sux

2CHAINAL
January 6th 2015


193 Comments


dont go there man

Lord(e)Po)))ts
January 21st 2015


41759 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

paradise stone almost could have been a sweet bonobo or gold panda track but then it was an unsubstantial rustie filler instead

Lord(e)Po)))ts
January 21st 2015


41759 Comments

Album Rating: 2.5

on another note this has some good ideas and could have been a great album but 3/4's of it is filler and the other quarter just ends up going nowhere or being overly repetitive and grating



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