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Old 11-03-2021, 08:33 PM   #71 (permalink)
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Sounds like you like them more than I do. Never really got into Power, Corruption & Lies, I definitely prefer the three succeeding albums - it just doesn't have a very good flow to it, though "Age of Consent" is a great song without doubt.

Are you a fan of modern dance music (House/EDM/Trap/etc.)? I'm not really big on the kind that emphasizes festival friendly big bass drops - but there's a ton of great stuff out there that emphasizes groove and feeling - getting loose and into a certain headspace. Throughout the coronavirus lockdowns, there was an absolute plethora and influx of house DJs uploading great sets (some with just a single DJ, and others with b2b [back to back] performances with another DJ) - a serious cornucopia of this material is on Youtube. I'm somewhat of a house head myself, and hearing a great DJ mix tracks together to create their own moods and journeys that cater to a crowd is a treat.

This kind of stuff:

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Old 11-03-2021, 08:53 PM   #72 (permalink)
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My friend wants to become a DJ, so he always drags me to concerts and festivals. Not complaining though, great memories. Saw Rezz live and Cosmic Gate. Absolutely incredible, had no idea what was going on but life was simply good. Yeah i watched a couple of online sets myself. I think I caught a Porter Robinson one "Secret Sky Set", such a talented artist. Had I think Madeon or San Holo go before him too.
But yeah, good mixing is great. My friend practices a lot, matching the BPM (i think?) and whatnot. Also such a broad genre. You really kind of get everything.
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