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attn Warp/Autechre fans

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by pulk, Jul 28, 2001.

  1. pulk

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    attn Warp/Autechre fans

    Discussion started by pulk - Jul 28, 2001

    (by Warp, I mean the record label (www.warprecords.com).)

    Did you like Confield?

    I thought it was much better than LP5, far less metallic. Sim Gishel is just crazy when played very, very loud.

    sorry if this post seemed a bit obscure.. [​IMG]
     
  2. Klypse

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    Klypse - Replied Jul 28, 2001

    Im guessing this isnt hip-hop
     
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    pulk - Replied Jul 28, 2001

    actually, now that you mention it, their music has been influenced by hip hop in a rather weird way and their side project, Gescom is sort of electro hip hop. Also, their label, Skam ( www.skam.co.uk ), is experimental hip hop.
    But I wouldn't say that their current music is hip hop, no.
     
  4. i am nothing like you - Replied Jul 30, 2001

    confield is good listen. it's not something you put in car and drive around with, you got to really sit down and let it play.

    as far as the electro hip-hop label your putting on these artists, i think your in the wrong by doing so.

    gescom has a minidisk album out that your supposed to put on and play at random. it's all sorts of noises and sounds and what have you and it's supposed to go along with a your day. a soundtrack almost..
     
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    brown twinkie - Replied Jul 30, 2001

    when it comes to music, i am the most
    heavy handed, obsessed, elitist motherfucker around....
    autechre are hiphop...
    ...in the acro year.
    ep7 in my opinion is waaaaay better without a doubt.........to me that
    release is their most realized vision...
    confield is dope, but alot of it is muddling
    around, and slightly annoying; the next
    one should be much better, i think confield
    is their effort to get some ideas down, but
    the ideas aren't very succinct yet. confield feels unfinished to me.
    um....skam an experimental hiphop label???
    i personally wouldn't say its 'experimental hiphop'..............
    gescom as 'electo hiphop' is not a bad term for some
    of their outpt........minidisc would be the exception though.
    .......autechre are the only ones that are truly
    forging new territory as far as 'electronica' type acts are
    concerned(you know...breakbeat/melodic/glitch shits)
    ................anyone care to argue with me?
    please bring it.....blahg.....

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  7. imported_sofarok - Replied Jul 30, 2001

    did you know they were writers? they have a piece in spraycan art, its the one on a little wall with a horrible pink bode at the end of some houses. they were 'never that into it' tho.
     
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    im a big fan of warp records
     
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    hellcouncil - Replied Jul 31, 2001

    autechre/tortoise split is good.

    aphex broke down a hella lot more sound boundaries than autechre. though he's not warp, any andrew weatherall fans? sabres of paradise/2 lone swordsmen fame, check out his "9 o' clock drop" cd. only thing that makes me wish i still could do drugs

    want to see good "hip-hop" and warp shit, together with badass design by tDR?

    go to www.thedesignersrepublic.com and look for the video they did for funkstorug. 50 megs, so be warned.


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    bubble hard in the double R
     
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    hellcouncil - Replied Jul 31, 2001

    pulk. we were cool until i saw your page. hating on missy = :|

    her and timbaland have been doing shit sonically that isn't obsolete to this day. it's easy to hate after hearing "Get ur freak on", because it sounds pretty hare-brained, but don't dismiss her until you listen to her "supa dupa fly" album. it surprised me how amazing it was, and how much of a huge following it has. i played it at my work once, was totally shocked at how many people knew every song word-for-word. i want to sit down and make a list of lesser-known timbaland songs people should hear that would totally flip their opinions on music around, like mine was.


    ps - ha, at least you admit you ripped off tDR.
     
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    brown twinkie - Replied Jul 31, 2001

    that statement is totally arguable, so get off dick's dick.
    and andy weatherall IS on warp...
    boo.
     
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    hellcouncil - Replied Jul 31, 2001

    asssss-a-hole-a! i was-a thinkin-a of the days-a whenna he wassa on his-a owna label! AKA when he putta outta mosta his shitta!



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