The Most Electronic Thread


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Loved that. Drilling, filling, Marcus(?) head. Sending rending desires…

Not so experimental but also fun:


#109

eerie
uncomfortable
Biafran


#110

The whole of this album is great. A 90s treasure.
http://www.discogs.com/A-Positive-Life-Synaesthetic/release/13164


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Old skool Germanic trance from the 90s. Does it still have a place in today’s society? Ja.


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[quote=“Nuit”]Old skool Germanic trance from the 90s. Does it still have a place in today’s society? Ja.
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hell ja


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Could I be the only person on the forum that has owned a copy of this? (albeit a reissue)


#118

That’s probably a safe bet Funk!


#119

Thanks! I’ll try School for Robots dance with my kids :laughing:

Bjorn Fogelberg from Magnatune.com
http://magnatune.com/artists/albums/fogelberg-karooshi/

Life in a tube
[flv]http://he3.magnatune.com/all/11-life%20in%20a%20tube-Bjorn%20Fogelberg.mp3[/flv]

Karooshi porn
[flv]http://he3.magnatune.com/all/08-karooshi%20porn-Bjorn%20Fogelberg.mp3[/flv]


#120

[quote=“Funk500”]Could I be the only person on the forum that has owned a copy of this? (albeit a reissue)
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how about this then (speaking of electronica, why not take it back to the way way whens of electronic music and the invention of the moog?). and just to rub it in, mr Funk 7 million, my copy was original vinyl. :raspberry:

unfortunately no Youtube.


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[quote=“urodacus”][quote=“Funk500”]Could I be the only person on the forum that has owned a copy of this? (albeit a reissue)
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how about this then (speaking of electronica, why not take it back to the way way whens of electronic music and the invention of the moog?). and just to rub it in, mr Funk 7 million, my copy was original vinyl. :raspberry:

unfortunately no Youtube.[/quote]

I miss that stuff :frowning:


#122

she’s unrelenting on copyright infringement. i posted “timesteps” on the tube but got a copyright notice within a few days over it.


#123

I had another Walter Carlos piece, Sonic Seasons i think it was. later than the Bach… and very scratchy vinyl. That was the first record I ever washed in dish washing detergent, in the washing up, in the sink…

the actual music on the record was not bad either, once the grime was removed.

sold em all years back when I needed to eat.


#124

a little digging on another forum turned up this quotable post:

[quote=“http://www.vinylengine.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=28621”]
As far as early accessible (as opposed to academic/experimental) electronic music, may I recommend

Terry Riley - A Rainbow in Curved Air (1967)

White Noise- An Electric Storm (1968/1969).
Reissued on CD 2007
Strange music out of the BBC Radiophonic workshop. Not for the faint of heart…

Tonto’s Expanding Head Band - Zero Time (1971) best
Tonto’s Expanding Head Band - It’s About Time (1972) not as appealing
both LPs re-released on CD as Tonto Rides Again (1996)

Syrinx - Syrinx (1970)
Syrinx - Long Lost Relatives (1971)[/quote]

all of which i would support.

Long out of my electronic phase now, having rediscovered that my punk roots go all the way back to 1965 garage. I still like eno and fripp, though: can’t beat class.


#125

best played at dark with the lights down low