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Old 02-27-2008, 05:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is their any good dark electronica? Recommend bands please.

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Old 02-27-2008, 05:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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aahahahahhahahahahahahah




"electronica"





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please, everyone, stop using this term. it is a meaningless blanket term, like "techno".

here are some of my favorite edm-related bands


electro:
boys noize
chromeo
cicada (their new album Maladies is awesome and available for free download from their site)
en masse
LO-FI-FNK
mr. flash
mstrkrft
muscles
neon neon
para one
riot in belgium
shy child
simian mobile disco
surkin
todosantos
tussle
van she
the whip
yuksek

electroclash:
the faint
fischerspooner
men, women, & children
robots in disguise
to my boy

electro-rock:
datarock
ez3kiel
the mae shi
mgmt
the teenagers
the uniques
whitey
zucchini drive

stuff i have tagged simply as "electronic" cause i am too lazy to specify:
chromatics
cornelius
dan deacon
dat politics
electronicat
flevans
goodbooks
holy ****
junior boys
kaos
kid alex
people press play
the presets

indietronic:
apes & androids
booka shade
the books
broadcast
caribou
electric president
lullatone
montag
the octopus project
styrofoam





that should give you something to work with
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I enjoy Autechre. Sometimes they can be cold and barren, and at other times, they have a fairly warm sound. Get Chiastic Slide.
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wow i totally did not read the "dark" part.... disregard my list



epic fail, harrison. epic ****in fail
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i recommend the incredible flying torture orchestra
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stuff i have tagged simply as "electronic" cause i am too lazy to specify:
chromatics
cornelius
dan deacon
dat politics
electronicat
flevans
goodbooks
Holy ****
junior boys
kaos
kid alex
people press play
the presets






that should give you something to work with

I love them. went to their show last april i think, it was in toronto.
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yeah i saw them last semester, and am seeing them again next month with a place to bury strangers. i can't wait
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That'll be a good show. I saw Holy F'uck supporting Deerhoof last year, they were absolutely fantastic live and so I checked their record out and yeah...really good band. A Place to Bury Strangers are also sweet, although they certainly do borrow A LOT of influence from The Jesus and MAry Chain's Psychocandy. But together that'll be a brilliant show.

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yep Autechre is a good shout.

Chiastic Slide is a good start, but then so is Amber or LP5 or Tri-Repetae (sp?). Autechre is the ****ing bomb.
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i've been debating whether to see autechre on april 14. i have heard they are really great live, and would love to see them, but the tickets are $18
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Well I'm seeing them on Saturday, so I'll let ya know how that goes. I can't wait.
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