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#1 1stN3rd

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Posted 03 May 2015 - 09:15 AM

There's a lot of beatmakers beyond the usual we always hear about (FlyLo, Madlib, etc). Who out there is really killing it but not getting the props they deserve?

I nominate H-SIK. To me, this dude takes the whole African Polyrhythm thing to where most producers only wish they could go. I met him in a squat in Paris and have been following him ever since. His shit's nasty.

 

 



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Posted 03 May 2015 - 09:52 AM

sounds like music from a game on the nintendo 64, b


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Posted 03 May 2015 - 10:10 AM

Damn, what games were you playing then and where can I get them? lol



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Posted 03 May 2015 - 03:12 PM

I really don't know what counts as electronic music these days.
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Posted 03 May 2015 - 03:56 PM

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I really don't know what counts as electronic music these days.


Yah, would sample based music be electronic?


I love Lapalux, tho his new album is a bit meh. His first ep is on constant play.
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Posted 03 May 2015 - 05:50 PM

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Yah, would sample based music be electronic?


I love Lapalux, tho his new album is a bit meh. His first ep is on constant play.

Uh, yeah. I don't really know either, that's why I said both "electronic musician" and "beatmaker" interchangably.



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Posted 03 May 2015 - 06:57 PM

Psymun for sure.


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Posted 03 May 2015 - 06:57 PM

+1 on loving lapalux. I haven't gotten around to his newest, but I have faith


I'm loving this portuguese cat who calls himself dj nigga-fox
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Posted Yesterday, 06:29 AM

Damn, what games were you playing then and where can I get them? lol

 

you had to have that expansion pack bruh



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Posted Yesterday, 08:15 AM

Guy with Awful Records who goes by the name of Ethereal has released a number of jungle / DnB influenced records that I like. I don't listen to a lot of DnB so I'm not sure how I would rate them. Sounds good to me though. Any of y'all listen to the new Pyramid Vritra album?

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Posted Yesterday, 09:00 AM

+1 on loving lapalux. I haven't gotten around to his newest, but I have faith
I'm loving this portuguese cat who calls himself dj nigga-fox


He posted Lushmore (latest) on YouTube. I only scanned thru it a few times. It does have its moments, but for me, not yet anyway, compare to his Some Other Time EP. That diddy is in my top 5 all time.

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Posted Yesterday, 09:44 AM

Thing is, Lapalux isn't really unsung. He's singed to Ninja Tune, which is the second biggest beat-based label next to Warp.

 

#justsayin

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Posted Yesterday, 11:54 AM

Clap! Clap! is dope


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Posted Yesterday, 12:41 PM

Thing is, Lapalux isn't really unsung. He's singed to Ninja Tune, which is the second biggest beat-based label next to Warp.
 
#justsayin
#carryon


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Posted Yesterday, 08:57 PM

Not sure how well known this is, but Teebs + Daedelus released an EP together called LA Series 6. Been in constant rotation for few years now.

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Posted Yesterday, 10:28 PM

since you're asking

 

 

A few... 

 

I wish they would get some guys like this on rhythm roulette... Getting tired of the boombap chops, pre treated sample pack drums and filtered basslines...  <_<


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Posted Today, 12:27 AM

Ed, I was just talking to this guy in another hip-hop forum who's trying to put a lo-fi beat tape together, whose always pointing to soundcloud cats like that. Eventually I was like, I feel this is where underground hip-hop's going or already is.

 

Anyways, Wajeed lol



 


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Posted Today, 12:53 AM

Yeah it's gone there a little bit. I guess it's just another sub genre like boom bap, trip hop, trap etc. It's definitley something I relate to though because I grew up in the cassette deck, VHS, cartridge video game era. Shit just resonates with me for the same reason Vinyl/Soul shit resonated with the beat makers the generation before I guess. I also find it extremely deep in terms of mixing theory and technique. It's all about simplicity and execution which I also like.

 

With trap, trip hop etc the sounds are mostly VST so mixing is pretty simple in comparison, all your signals are clean to begin with and you're aiming for a clean sound in general... With lo fi you really have to get creative in your approach and use gimmicky tricks to get shit sounding as dirty and twisted (but pleasing) as possible. I digs that. 



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Posted Today, 01:49 AM

Dimlite comes to mind, signed to Now-Again but he's still not getting the credit he deserves in my opinion.

Mike Slott, Dem Hunger, Actress... and some Belgians like Dynooo, Infinitskills, Herrmutt Lobby and Cupp Cave, the latter made this album called Garbage Pail Beats back in '08 that would've made Samiyam blush, Jonwayne used some of his beats on the From the Vaults series I think.

 

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQ355etA2cU

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWuh4K0QDww






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