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Everything posted by Kryll

  1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjrFMvCG3F0
  2. u got some youtube references perhaps ? i would say The Orb but you probably know that one already
  3. you can say the same bout aphex twin for that matter
  4. i'm so not gonna argue back on such cynicism lol what's the difference ? would it make any difference for you ? i'm guessing it wouldn't btw, as the whole producing world is built out of pseudonyms, concepts and imago's but that aside, chances of her being genuine and female, are quite realistic it ain't such an oddity, female gabber/hardcore producers they're just outnumbered
  5. dunno sounds so trendy something in between minimal, dubstep and regular new-age/ethnoid downtempo (no tribal sounds!) some other chill out stuff that somehow popped in my head : (hopefully u dont bother about release-dates, or vocals) A.I.R. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wa3Q0pV0g8 Plaid Seefeel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToTH3Q5-weU This Morn' Omina http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abHeNqF_rIo
  6. shpongle is polymer foam with a flavour that reaks of ethnoidicism
  7. anyways the title of most sexy female producer for me personally will probably be destined for Knightvision youtubed some tracks of her My Salvation The Search For Marihuana The Dynamo of the Universe Mind over Matter
  8. for the cock-driven Dutch girls, there is no other than Producer/Master of the wheels of steel:
  9. Allrighty They're even too sexy for Milan, New York and Japan
  10. definitely FSOL for me the landscape u get while hearing their album Dead Cities for example is far more of a trip than shpongle imo (which i find dull uninspiring music) QFT !
  11. /strike ah okay, so that's whigfield hehe definitely remember that song *shivers*
  12. Sven Vath - Accident in Paradise (1992) http://www.discogs.com/Sven-V%C3%A4th-Acci...e/release/70514 Datura Yerba Del Diablo (1991) http://www.discogs.com/Datura-Yerba-Del-Diablo/release/85735 Ramin Vol. 1 (1991) http://www.discogs.com/Ramin-Vol-I-Essence.../release/130597 X-Ray - Requim (1991) http://www.discogs.com/X-Ray-Requim/release/100781 KLF - What time is love (1990) http://www.discogs.com/KLF-What-Time-Is-Lo...release/1210515 Trip Commando (1990) http://www.discogs.com/Trip-Commando-Trip-...o/release/61230
  13. N.U.K.E. - Nana tune i heard on one of my first parties back in 93
  14. such a rip off of Genecom - Quaternary (the melody on the end) (it's a quite pitched up version, on this youtube clip) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNHZ-Qo8dSc
  15. sound waves come in Hz Alpha Waves are ranged between 8 and 12 Hz for Delta Waves this should be between 1 and 4 Hz if u want the kick to trigger the alpha channel, you need speedcore with atleast 500 bpm these are some nice trance-inducing fast tracks http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5RXIHxX-QI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1ZFYMHdvEQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QEZdCEJ_co http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dXyLujGkFoQ
  16. dunno if these are what you're after but that's what comes in mind when i think of psychedelic techno or what comes closest qua style when i think of new stuff from The Delta, Spirallianz or X-Dream
  17. on my front portch, under the mailman's arm hehe bought it from someone in Germany
  18. lol you sound like a mommy's boy on garden-patrol
  19. probably, yes but PT brings some extra parameters and side-effects with it as it's manifested primarily on a physical and metabolical level but seen as on a mental level ... quite similar i think
  20. best example i can give of musical usage to extend and mentally intensify a situation/atmosphere without intrinsically relating to the essential intent behind it's impression/experience/emotion a well known scene from "Mean Streets" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nMnkRSTO3fc or an example of the complexity of a "sound" as global effect (mentally then emotionally... eitherway) and if u want to experience how extensively u can grow nausea by sound.. i'd say.. go check the french movie "Irreversible" youtube prolly won't reproduce the same auditive impact as a quality cinema-experience, but that's a notorious enough principle i suppose (youtube compression-stylee)
  21. okay then my confusion remains question: why does the music that gets me strongest energised -when i'm active and sharp- also makes me get sleepy when i'm tired or relaxed ?
  22. if u keep reasonable perspective, u must add not only sounds/noises also structures, repetition, intensities, combinations of sequences (or vice versa) with other words... music is made of sounds.. but music is a structured form of sound THUS an in advance CONDITIONED soundstructure
  23. am getting a bit confused here so to get things straight.. are we talking bout music, or sound here ? prolly a rethorical question.. but i really think music(styles, artists,...) and sound in general, should be treated separately in this discussion
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