What are you listening to/Last song you listened to


#346

#347


oh my


#348

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#350

Love People Under The Stairs: 2 other favourites off that album:


Also another good album that’s worth checking out is
Question In The Form Of An Answer:



#351

Possible guilty pleasures but have been loving these two lately:



Her voice sounds so innocent but raw, 2nd track ^ will melt your heart


#352

I’m really enjoying Flying Saucers Attack’s Mirror release on Domino
like Wire at their best
for example:

and the re-release of Third Eye Blind’s debut album with bonus disc
with the tune Scattered admitting their sell-out of punk
good basic rock, when not imitating Faith No More for example:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAta5RbJayw&index=20&list=PLRirnen18sCOdawB4VG7l6LqJ6juxcmRA


#353

I’m really enjoying Flying Saucers Attack’s Mirror release on Domino
like Wire at their best
for example:

and the re-release of Third Eye Blind’s debut album with bonus disc
with the tune Scattered admitting their sell-out of punk
good basic rock, when not imitating others, for example:


#354

Holy shit!!! Thought I was the only FSA fan here. Love that stuff. ‘Distance’ is my favorite album. I did a little collab with Tele:Funken, who collaborated w FSA for an album…

Anyway, big up Nudie.


This is groovy.::

As is this:


#355

grul (it was something like that)
I like the way they go from almost folksy ballards to ambient psych electronica
I’ll seek out Tele:Fuken
Nudie…pshaw…


#356

#357

Wow, I really enjoyed that. Shakes the room nicely :clap:
All of this dude’s shit is fire. Gotta listen some more.


#358

Yeah, he’s been on a roll. One to watch for sure. His Solid Steel contribution from a while back is a good one to start with.

Newer stuff is a little more varied stylistically but tends to be heavy, dutty for most part.

:bluethumb:


#359

https://youtu.be/AtsLKcngZZQ


#360


So gud

#361


just came upon this on yutube
23 million views
and judging by a lot of the comments
a lot of people who were kids in 2009
remember this as their first exposure to “oldskool” dubstep

with it’s mix of chainsaw, deep & chipmunk commerciality
I guess it epitomizes what happened


#362

There’s a huge generational gap with dubstep, especially what’s considered to be “oldschool classics”. However, the large majority don’t know the actual history of the genre’s beginnings and how deep the rabbit hole goes with it’s branching off into different scenes and cross-pollination with other genres (i.e. techno).


#363

The flip thoo


#364

i remember this was a big dubpl8 when i first got into dubstep, everyone was rinsing it.

just the right mix of cheese, screech and heavy bass, great track imo


#365

ah yes that’s a better description of the trinity