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(4 replies, posted in Mixes & Free Downloads)

01 Nacho Marco - Visions
02 Snuff Crew - Winter In June (Dance Discorder Remix)
03 Psyche - Elements
04 Paranoid London - Paris Dub 1
05 Kele Okereke - Heartbreaker (Recondite Amiti Mix)
06 Culoe de Song - Y.O.U.D.
07 Tom Trago - Down Under
08 Innerspace Halflife - Electric Gaze
09 Andy Ash - Distribution Theory
10 Voigt & Voigt - Supertrip
11 Gabriel Le Mar and Pete Namlook - Jetzt
12 Delroy Edwards - Love Goes On And On
13 The NightTripper - Tone Exploitation (Ken Ishii)
14 Joel Mull - Begun The End Has
15 Sandwell District - Immolare
16 Lucy Cliche - Passing Time
17 New Musik - Warp (Iio Edit)
18 Circular Rhythms - Untitled Document
19 Floorplan - Never Grow Old (re-plant)
20 Silent Servent - Untitled (Regis Mix)
21 Trevino - Eclipse

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(32 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Homegrove wrote:

Anyway, can't wait to get an invitation to my first gay wedding, I bet it'll be fabulous.

i've only been to one gay wedding, but it was among the best weddings i've attended. removing a diva cunt bride from the affair alleviates all potential drama and hysterics.

Squidgy wrote:

I wanted to have a house in the middle of nowhere that day...

i own an urban row home, and that doesn't stop me.

poirot wrote:

He sounds quite uncomfortable with it all.

i'd give it 12 installments.

wtf happened to him? i just shuffled through it; i was generally curious as to what sasha is up to these days. what a bunch of lack lustered shit, and tunes played with no flow to boot.

that agoria remix is a great track tho.

he is basically a frat party dj. theres that. and than there are all of his self satisfying smug bullshit videos on youtube.

ean golden is such a fucking tool

i mean, personally, i would be all over the concept of an affordable home/portable sound system. having something like that would make a lot more impromptu gigs possible. not sure how something like that could be affordable and of good quality tho.

Unbroken1 wrote:

.Do you think there would be a market for a high-end, DJ-specific sound system? (ie. more like a tuned, houseparty/mini-club system than a recording studio setup)

the krk rockits kinda double as studio monitor/house party speakers. if you go large enough, they can really pound it out.

dermo thinks shes a bit beefy

playing tracks at 128 bpms has been lame for like ever.

my pedal game is lax. only have a moog sh1 lowpass filter and a boss digital delay which i never use.

yeah, i read about fixing the distortion. something about its physical build not matching the blueprint. ether way, idk if ill be dropping any solder in a synth anytime soon. i did manage to do some work on my juno106 back when i bought it, but its become clear that my success was more luck than skill.

i will say i do like the volca beats with my 606 (an actual garage sale style synth bf). they go great together, all four toms, the vocal kick and clap, along side the 606 cymbals makes for creative live programming.

loopdokter wrote:

The Volcas are fun. I like the Beats one the best.

really???? i have the beats, and i'm not overly fond of it. the voice volumes are all over the place, and the snare and hats go to shit when you adjust the "grain" and "snappy" knobs. its not the worst thing ever, and defo has some merit (like that beast 808 kick and cool toms, claves, and claps), but that said i'd still gladly trade it for the volca sample.

finger on the pulse as always bf.

sweet set up loopy.

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(26 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

not a fan.

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(52 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

millsy23 wrote:

Beyond Thunderdome is a great film.

true, but the road warrior is the connoisseur's choice.

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(105 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

furry wrote:

How has this descended into a Metallica vs Maceo? Both are equally shit though.

2 over hyped acts that devoted fans can spew self-satisfying bullshit over for hours. im surprised it took this long.

Beijing Dave wrote:

Michael Jackson - Smooth Criminal [Sony]
Winx - Higher State Of Consciousness [Manifesto]

textbook progression there.

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(105 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

Snowcrash wrote:

Plex/Maetrik weaves rich tapestries, forges unique new sounds, creates irresistable grooves - you can hear that he slaves over it.

lol holy shit, bet you'd like to get a peep at maceo's irresistible groove.

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(105 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

good god, how many time can that joke be pulled in one thread?


maceo plex is the undergrounds answer for edm fans. music for people that would enjoy a trip to las vegas.

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(105 replies, posted in General Bedrock Discussion)

he is boring as fuck.

Ncable wrote:

1996 called, it wants its open hat back. Sounds like it was lifted off an old Akai sample CD.

no, that would actually sound cool/relevant. Sounds like shit, ableton drum machine to me.

Henry Rindhoops wrote:
zackster wrote:

ex machina was amazing. story, sound track, acting, special effects were all 10/10. i haven't seen a film in theaters that i've liked that much in years.

On serious reflection over the past few months, the naked robot vixens with their fannys out probably does push it up to a 10/10.

id give up my 909 for a night with ava's robot poon.

Henry Rindhoops wrote:
zackster wrote:

ex machina was amazing. story, sound track, acting, special effects were all 10/10. i haven't seen a film in theaters that i've liked that much in years.

On serious reflection over the past few months, the naked robot vixens with their fannys out probably does push it up to a 10/10.

"i saw you rip up her pictures."

"you're about the see me rip up this dance floor!"

or however it went. best part, imo....



along with the extended full frontal nudity.

ex machina was amazing. story, sound track, acting, special effects were all 10/10. i haven't seen a film in theaters that i've liked that much in years.