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  1. As far as I can guess, not many do like it, Ninja. For some, it's about the money or the fame or whatever gets them a high. For others, it could possibly be about the message they want to indoctrinate into the next generation. You could go into so many conspiracy theories with that kind of thing but I won't. I don't know what the think in those terms. I just keep a weary eye out. It's a weird thing, if I really think about it. The industry. It really depends on what kind of mindsets are in it.
  2. Depends on what kind of atmosphere you're looking for really. Burial - Prayer Jack Sparrow - Can't Dance Mala - Explorer Peverelist - Roll With The Punches Distance - Delight Okay, I gotta chill with the links.
  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hj3FMPA2asw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pDvmZs58nU
  4. Finished reading Naked Empire by Terry Goodkind. Now reading Wraeththu by Storm Constantine.
  5. Everyone responds differently because each album has their strengths and weaknesses, each have their own vision and direction. It really depends on what you want out of Posford and Raja. For myself, I like the first album is probably the best, the second comes close. The other two are not bad. The God Particle ep is alright and the remix albums are okay. I like them all to varying degrees really. But I wouldn't call myself a die-hard fanboi.
  6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFgw4OEZ2Tw So good.
  7. I don't think this counts as Future Jazz but it's close and it has me hooked lately... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFgw4OEZ2Tw
  8. I wouldn't say people don't like change or else we would still be listening to classical music or something similar? What doesn't change is the feeling people want that music gives. They want to party, they want music that will fit in with that. And music is a big business now, so it's about money for someone, if not the artist.
  9. I want this thread to last a million years... as long as the internets are still going anyway.
  10. I wouldn't say Benga discovered anything new with that track. Much of the same ol' same ol' Benga to me... as he is now for the past few years anyway. Just because nothing really new is being put out doesn't mean the genre is getting stale by any means. Ya just need to keep looking... Compa - Sentence (still dubstep I think, it's Zomby so it's awesome) Ben Verse - Manipulation
  11. The look on his face is priceless. As for me, I suppose I could help fill up this thread with some content...
  12. J-One - Close Your Eyes (feat. Phaeleh)
  13. Redington


    Oh shoot, totally forgot about the blue room. O.o
  14. Can't do anything about the DJs on the mic, unfortunately. But some are more bearable than others. As for spacey, I'm trying to think of some...hrmmm http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZyLqCmevTU Was released under the Digital Mystikz name on the Urban Ethics LP last year. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Qj2Zuyl0bI This one makes me feel like I'm exploring unknown galaxies in space a lot of the time. But it's certainly not the same kind of vibe as Worm Hole, of course.
  15. I thought maybe this was more like Psykovsky... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDsHs_laD6M
  16. Today... It was fairly overcast, didn't think these would turn out this well.
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