What Are You Listening To Lately


#2948

Hot damn that production is impressive.


#2949

If you’ve already purchased the previous live sets, these are offered at a discount ($1.50 each for 24-bit WAVs). Couldn’t say no to that.


#2950

$1.50 each!?
:+1:


#2951

I was at that Orlando show! Amazing.


#2952

My speakers are pretty much full time pumping this at me :brain::smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

This is a snippet from each of the 7 tracks, seemed like an age waiting for the full release!


#2953

been going back and listening to Air’s catalogue lately with a more discerning ear. Moon Safari, Talkie Walkie, Pocket Symphony etc…such elegant compositions.


#2954

Agree, it’s more or less perfection. Especially the first two tracks


#2955

This one is great!

I’ve been listening to a lot of Lusine. This one literally blew my mind. Probably listened 127 times.`It’s almost a spiritual experience for me.


#2956

damn sorry but what kind of crappy music is he making nowadays (or is this another Lusine?) i prefered his early work like this:


or this one:

#2957

It’s a keenly priced discount but I’ll probably only pick up a few as I don’t have the stamina for 19 variations. I’m still trying to digest NTS and Elseq…

I know it’s early days but any recommendations for which sets diverge most from the last batch of Brussels, Graaf etc?

This does give me hope that they’ll make 2016 live sets available at some point. The gig at the old Granada Studios in Manchester was amazing.


#2958

I couldn’t help listening to Elseq 1–5 almost exclusively when it was released. For some reason it clicked with me and I still think it’s intensely pleasurable.

With the NTS sessions I’ve been taking small bites and chewing thoroughly, but I admit it’s been slow going.

For these latest Live concerts I’m trying to approach them in order of concert date. Last night I listened to the Portlandia concert, and halfway through my stamina only increased. :slight_smile:


#2959

Going through Mistabishi’s youtube page recently. This guy is doing so much with the new Electribes everyone loves to hate on. Imagine if he takes on some Elektron box :slight_smile:


#2960

Aye, I always listen to their new albums heavily when they first come out. And no matter how much I think I “get them” it’s only when I go back to the previous album I have another epiphany. My mate was asking for Elseq recommendations as he’s more of an AE dabbler so it probably is time to go back to that again. And the new (old) lives…


#2961

This only landed yesterday but I’ve heard it 5 times already.
Er, WOW :astonished:


#2962

Just bought RUINER on Steam because it was on sale, and I’m blown away by the soundtrack:


#2963

Love that act. How are they getting those signature sounds, like at the beginning of that clip? Noise osc and LFOs?


#2965

in one interview they said that they work with raw oscillators and exponential uncontrolled processes, so no sequencing or heaps of automated modulations, basically “adding modulations by hand” and free-oscillation lfo’s etc.


#2966

Shotgun Wedding is great too as well as any of the Rowland Howard endeavors.


#2967

I’ve been spending a fair bit of time digesting the recent Farmersmanual collection that’s snappily titled as Singles. Weirdly on their bandcamp it shows as for pre-order for release last month but when you do that it lets you download the full thing. So, a real mixed bag of various experimental gubbins from over their career - I like to put it on random and just soak up half an hour of whatever chucked at me.

https://farmersmanual.bandcamp.com/album/the-singles


#2968

miam !