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Rotwang

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  1. Seems like every new psytrance album I buy lately is absolutely terrific.
  2. My flatmate recently bought an Xbox One mainly so he could play old Rare games on it. I spent a while playing Solar Jetman yesterday, it was great.
  3. Same here (only needed it once though). Be prepared to have the seller leave you shitty buyer feedback, of course.
  4. Some really nice ideas in the track. I found parts of it sounded a bit sparse though, maybe it could do with more layers?
  5. No need for that, it's just a fact that genre names aren't standardised everywhere, people often use them in different ways in different corners of cyber/real space.
  6. How about the continued fraction representation of the golden ratio?
  7. I've heard that trackers are good for making breakcore.
  8. Have you heard the original? It's great: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKwK-ZhTurg
  9. I work for a company that does plenty of real work, and we use both Linux and Windows. Both have their strengths.
  10. Since we don't have a rule against withdrawing a track after the deadline, rules weren't broken. Also I don't see what would be the point of having such a rule - how would we enforce it? We can't stop someone from removing their track from SC, and we can't make them give us a file and release it against their will if they win.
  11. I feel like many of the tracks progress in a coherent way that's lacking from a lot of forest psy (which often comes across as a sequence of unconnected noises). Also I think the relative sparseness works to its advantage, the fact that they're not throwing every single sound into every single track makes the individual tracks more distinct and memorable.
  12. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xozMkGpiPrM
  13. I actually thought of both of these before your post, but I couldn't find a decent upload of either.
  14. I know it's cheesy as hell but I really love this cover. I think it's partly down to the fact that the use of primary and secondary colours and the general visual clusterfuckness of it are reminiscent of BBC Micro games:
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