Advanced Search. Classic List Threaded. I want a ! They didn't know how to use it or program it. It was played 4 times throughout the night. Trax Records pressed it up, the rest is history. Same goes for Armando's Land of Confusion. A bit over hyped. Giles Ward. In reply to this post by Computer Controlled. He just used Alpha Wave (Plastikman Acid House Mix) - Various - Ultra Techno - Volume 2 pattern that was already there.
Ahh, one of the design decisions behind the MC unravelled! Is it like a geriatrics OSC? David Bulog. In reply to this post by Steve Hanlon. Fernando Zarone. In reply to this post by Seth Elgart No tear, the velvet is just a little shiny in the center. After a week if nobody is interested, I'll auction it.
Way out of print, just download a copy from slsk, it was a bootleg to begin with. There are a ton of resources on the web regarding Italo disco. It was at its peak from about to Once 84 passed things started to drift towards Hi-NRG and you start hearing higher tempos with a lot bad Yamaha FM sounds and clumsy vocal stutters.
I don't know why music across all genres went to complete shit across the globe in Did the CIA start putting bad shit in the global cocaine supply around then? This post is getting really long and I would like to go to bed now. Of course none of those records are ever discussed or who any of the people involved in the scene were. They are just kind of the strawmen for how everything was awful before acid came along. Everybody was a rare groove jerk, then everybody went rave and it was the year zero of everything.
That doesn't take into account the UK electro-funk scene, UK hip-hop, Mark Moore playing Chicago records to gay crowds in 86, the northern dance scenes I also think this kind of thinking is a hold over from a lot of 90's journalism. I think the 80's revivalism of the 00's opened spaces for re-examining a lot of music that was just written out of history during the height of techno and house in the 90's.
It is the same kind of lazy journalism that says nothing happened in rock between Roxy Music and The Sex Pistols. When you get your fingers dusty in the bins, reality is never so cut and dry.
There are usually tons of pre-cursors and cul de sacs in music before the "revolution" happens. So to answer your question directly, I don't think a lot of people think Spanish Castle Magic - Jimi Hendrix - Never Fade way.
However, if you are trying to piece things together from second hand sources you can come across thinking along those lines. I guess it boils down to how accurate you would like your idea of the era to be. If your idea of dance music boils down to a dozen hit singles then it really doesn't matter.
Splitting hairs about things like that starts coming into play when you keep ratcheting down on an era and you realize just how vast music is. Ok going to bed for real now. Dead or Alive. New Order's Blue Monday was And of course summer of love was 87ish.
In reply Alpha Wave (Plastikman Acid House Mix) - Various - Ultra Techno - Volume 2 this post by Michael Taylor In reply to this post by db Then techno became a bit up its own arse, dance music fragmented into ,, different genres - sometimes it seemed like every new track was a new genre, DJ's got really pigeon hole-y, big corparations cashed in, no wonder it didn't last.
But I am happy that I was there right in the thick of it, because it was a revolution, and sadly I don't think todays world would support such a phenomenon. Those days were magic. Also inKid Koala released Carpal Tunnel Syndrome"a playfully arranged montage of quirky sound bites, rhythmic scratching and fluid hip hop beats".
InRoots Manuva delivered his second album, Run Come Save Mewhich was deemed one of the albums of the year by The Independentand "not just a landmark UK hip hop album, but a landmark hip hop album period" by Mojo. The album charted at number 33 in the UK Charts. It charted at 29 on the UK Chart. InSimon Green, a. Bonoboreleased his first proper Ninja album, Dial 'M' for Monkeya subliminally seductive collection of atmospheric instrumentals. The tactical-media project coordinated with Canadian art duo NomIg followed on from the UK version and extended the premise "into an open access participatory project".
The music used was composed by Coldcut, with "Revolution '08" featuring a remix by The Qemists. Roots Manuva climbed back into the limelight at the beginning ofwith his deft  album Awfully Deep. His third album, which reached number 24 in the UK Charts,  was celebrated by critics for his growth as an artist, with NME calling it "a set of immense maturity that never rubs your nose in its thematic complexity, compositional innovation and thunderous thump-beats".
The following year it was performed at the opening gala of Portugal's year as Alpha Wave (Plastikman Acid House Mix) - Various - Ultra Techno - Volume 2 Capital of Culture in Porto in front of people.
The material written for this film score laid the groundwork for what would be The Cinematic Orchestra's second full-length, Every Dayreleased in Mayand one of Ninja's best-selling albums. Roots Manuva featured on the track "All Things to All Men", which later soundtracked the final scenes of movie Kidulthood.
The Cinematic Orchestra's albums grew increasingly ambitious over the years,  with 's Ma Fleur album marking a move away from beats, and embracing folk influences. The album was based on the Alpha Wave (Plastikman Acid House Mix) - Various - Ultra Techno - Volume 2 of photographer Maya Hayuk who commissioned 11 pictures based on three short stories recounting the journey from birth to deathTo Prove My Love - Ned Doheny / Hawk & Co.
- To Prove My Love / Nite-Life conceived by Swinscoe as the premise for the score of an imaginary film. It was followed in by their fifth studio album Sound Mirrorswhich Alpha Wave (Plastikman Acid House Mix) - Various - Ultra Techno - Volume 2 quoted as being "one of the most vital and imaginative records Jon More and Matt Black have ever made",  and saw the duo "continue, impressively, to find new ways to present political statements through a gamut of pristine electronics and breakbeats".
Ninja hooked up with L. This project snowballed into a live concert featuring the drum duo jamming along with the turntablists - and included extra guests Madlib and DJ Numark.
Back in London, having previously scored a place with his college band E. First releasing Fresh Produce - an atmospheric set of downtempo instrumental hip hop tracks - on sister label Ntone init was 's Biscuits for Breakfast album that Alpha Wave (Plastikman Acid House Mix) - Various - Ultra Techno - Volume 2 Fink officially on Ninja Tune.
And it set him far apart from the rest of the label, going his own way to become a full-blown, guitar picking singer-songwriter. On the topic of sound, noise manipulator Amon Tobin came back around at the beginning of with Foley Roomhis sixth studio album, and a long player that was called his "darkest work yet".
Amon and a team Alpha Wave (Plastikman Acid House Mix) - Various - Ultra Techno - Volume 2 assistants headed out into the streets with high sensitivity microphones and recorded found sounds from tigers roaring to cats eating rats, from wasps to falling chickpeas, kitchen utensils to motorbikes to water dripping from a tap. The Bug's second album inPressuredemonstrated a fully formed aesthetic - stark spaces, gleefully subsonic bass  - holding collaborations with vocalists such as Toastie Taylor, Wayne Lonesome and Daddy Freddy.
Recorded over three years with Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On - Bill Haley & His Comets* - Rock Around The Clock maker living in his studio, without a kitchen or shower, the album included collaborations with Warrior Symphony No 3 In D Major, Op 29 - Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Oslo Filharmoniske Orkester, Mariss Jans, Tippa IrieBurialKode9 collaborator Spaceape, and even singer-toaster Ricky Ranking showing up on three tracks.
The year launched Ninja Tune's You Don't Knowtheir sixth official label sampler, and, like its predecessors, contained high quality picks from their major releases, with select remixes and a few rarities.
While 's Well Deep multimedia package shed light on Big DadaNinja Cuts drew a healthy cross-section from all three Ninja associated labels. The album showcased the L. Known to construct some of the most energetic breakbeats of the late s,  the vinyl version of the album comes The Lie (Live) - Greg Lake - Greg Lake In Concert four super-heavy platters, weighing nearly a kilogram.
Inan international group of party organisers, activists and artists - including Coldcut - received a grant from the Intelligent Energy Department of the European Union, to create a project that promoted intelligent energy and environmental awareness to the youth of Europe.
The result was Energy Uniona piece of VJ cinema, political campaign, music tour, party, art exhibition and social media hub. Energy Union toured 12 EU countries throughout andcompleting 24 events in total. In presenting new ideas for climate, environmental and energy communication strategies, the Energy Union tour was well received, and reached a widespread audience in cities across the UK, Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Hungary, Bulgaria, Spain and the Czech Republic.
With the album, NME called her: "one to seriously watch". InNinja Tune celebrated 20 years of releasing music. A book entitled Ninja Tune: 20 Years of Beats and Pieces was released on 12 Augustand an exhibition was held at Black Dog Publishing 's Black Dog Space in London showcasing artwork, design and photography from the label's year history.
A "stunning futurespective"  compilation album was released on 20 September in two formats - a regular version consisting of two 2-disc volumes, and a limited edition of 3, copiescontaining six CDs, six 7" vinyl singles, a hardback copy of Let Me Be (Original Mix) - Javi Lopez - Let Me Be book, a poster and additional items. In The Independent 's "Album of the Week" review, the compilation was deemed "a glorious celebration of Ninja Tune's audio splendour".
As part of the 20th anniversary, Ninja Tune produced 20 different events around the world. It was around this time that Ninja Tune began expanding its roster in an interesting new direction, co-signing underground labels with whom they felt artistically aligned. Steven Ellison, announced his Brainfeeder imprint had struck up a partnership for Ninja Tune to handle manufacturing, marketing and distribution for Brainfeeder everywhere outside the US.
Also inBonobo's own Black Sands album marked his fourth full-length. It pushed Bonobo's sound "much more steeped in beat-making, creating deluxe, post-dance soundscapes",  and achieved worldwide commercial success. A couple months before, in NovemberNew York producer FaltyDL had made his debut on the Ninja roster with his Atlantis EP, a "smoother and shufflier"  ride than most of his earlier work.
His work for Ninja was deemed "calm and focused, a trend that continued on his third album",  Hardcouragereleased in January The album was "sure-footed and big-hearted, accessible and yet cerebral". Jaga Jazzist returned in with their strongest release to date, One-Armed Banditwhich featured new members within Jaga Jazzist's ranks and included "tropical polyrhythms, modernist patterns, and even techno-inspired synth sequences".
It proved to be a "solid example of the kind of genius Concept, himself something of a child piano prodigy, is capable of". The following May saw the release of a much-awaited album from Amon TobinISAMwhich set a new benchmark for live electronic music.
Tobin conceptualized the show as a projection mapped "visual score" to the music from ISAM. At the beginning ofSpeech Debelle returned to Big Dada, after much critical speculation about leaving the label.
She returned from her Mercury Prize win to release another critically acclaimed album, 'Freedom Of Speech,' with - according to Scottish magazine The Skinny - "a verve and vigour that more than justify the early hype". InNinja's longest-serving artist, DJ Food a. As an album release event, DJ Food created his most ambitious live gig to date:  a bespoke AV live show for London's only public planetarium, in conjunction with astronomers from The Royal Observatory Greenwich, using art from The Search Engine, images from Kev's own visual archive, plus a wealth of material provided by the astronomers themselves.
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