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Since I don't have much time to share new music releases, and there's not much to share these days anyway, I figured I'll start a topic with single tracks.

Expect any genres.

UPD: it's been a while... not so much good music lately, but still have a few tracks to share.

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15.06.2017 [Future Beats] SG Lewis - Warm "2015


15.06.2017 [Future Beats] D O O X S - DIRT (Urple Eeple Remix) "2016


15.06.2017 [Electronic, Deep House] Indian Wells - Racquets "2016


15.06.2017 [Electronic, Deep House] Indian Wells - Cascades "2017


15.06.2017 [Future Garage] Direct - Rift "2015
this one i'm using on my alarm for few years now



26.04.2013 [Electronic] John Beltran - Clouds Pull [Amazing Things] "2013


[Electronic, Chillout] Eskadet - one of my most favorite producers.


[Future Garage] Synkro - Acceptance


03.11.2013 [Chillout] Sine - Take the Time to Realize


28.08.2013 [Electronic] Bliss - Some [Peaches] "2013


26.04.2012 [Electonic] Groove Armada - Paris [Soundboy Rock] 2007

...what a great track!!! also reminds me Sebastien Tellier - La Ritournelle

[Trip-Hop, Alternative] Stateless - I Shall Not Complain [Matilda #11] "2011

actually, i'm listening to Stateless albums for the last three days. I really like these guys.

17.04.2015 River Tiber


10.11.2013 [Avantgarde] Thomas Feiner & Anywhen - Scars and Glasses [the Opiates. Revised] "2008


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15.06.2017 [Progressive House] Mindset - RueSaintMartin "2017


18.06.2017 [Future Beats] Vacant x Lil Mase - Credits "2014


18.06.2017 [Future Beats] WALDO (produced by Haan 808) - Walking on Water


13.03.2014 [Trip-Hop] Davidge - Sleepwalking [Slo Light] 2014


18.11.2013 [Electronic-Jazz] Badbadnotgood - Hedron


14.04.2013 [Funk] el Michels Affair - Shimmy Shimmy Ya [Enter the 37th Chamber] "2009


7.07.2012 [Solitudes] Dan Gibson - Nurturing Rain [Piano Cascades] 1998


[Soul] Neneh Cherry - Twisted Mess [Best Laid Plans OST] "1999


{27.04.2012} [Soul] Annie Lennox - Why [the Annie Lennox Collection] 2009


[D&B, Electronic Jazz] John Beltran - Sensual Healing [Moving Through Here] 1997


[OST] Clint Mansell - the Hole Main Theme


[Awesome] Elvis Presley - Surrender [The 50 Greatest Love Songs (CD 1) #06] "2001


[Ambient] Farr - Serenade of Dream


[Brit-Hop] Parks - the Renaissance [Gift] "2006

added WALDO, Vacant x Lil Mase.... SAiNT

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  Resident 18.09.2010 1093
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No surprise here SAiNT, amazing idea as ever.

COOOOOOOOOL for the STATELESS introduction! Gotta LOVE Trip Hop, tis the LAW! dance
And the truth shall set you free.
  Administrator 1.01.2004 271 1002
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Stateless is not exactly Trip-Hop... it's different... they are from England, so... you know phones
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u.k the home of musical inovation
  Resident 28.01.2012 2 261
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I'm listening to Joy Division and it's blowing my mind. Watch the 2007 band documentary first to get a feel of the history.

They only ever released 2 albums, and both got 10/10 on Pitchfork.com

Joy Division Review

  Resident 7.02.2014 25 1480
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if you like Joy Divisiion, then you probably like Interpol aye?
Sparklehorse
  Resident 9.12.2011 3 105
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parks is sounding good..
Keepin Audioz A Secret Since 2011
  Resident 16.08.2010 32 337
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I almost have all of them in my phone, you sure know good music :)
Btw Matilda is just perfect, i've made a remix of Ballad of NGB, i'll post it on audiosex
  Resident 22.05.2011 425
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Yeah Joy Division it's reserved for some of my moments!!!!
And I had deep phases on Clint Mansell too.
Stateless lovelly guys.
  Resident 11.12.2011 4 937
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RE-Listening/Discovering Genesis/Tony Banks for a month or so since i downloaded Songs of the Quadra Kontakt Lib. And also Vitamin String Quartet.

BTW, thanks SAiNT for embedding music in the original post, this allows me (and surely others) to discover new musicians and how they sound wanting to listen more of them ... going to spotify right now to listen more of Stateless (sounds intersting indeed)!
The future of mankind depends on love and not on new technologies
  Administrator 1.01.2004 271 1002
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fraggle83
BTW, thanks SAiNT for embedding music in the original post, this allows me (and surely others) to discover new musicians and how they sound wanting to listen more of them

that's exactly the point yes mates
  Resident 13.06.2011 82
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I've been listening to a lot of different music lately. This here's LAMA - a japanese band. Here's a song from their album New!.

The rest of their music has the same feel as Stateless. Dl link to album.
  Member 16.02.2012 27
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i cant find any stateless or lama :(... totally wanna hear some new tunes. youtoob should suffice for now.
  Resident 11.12.2011 4 937
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Zenarcist
Watch the 2007 band (Joy Division) documentary first to get a feel of the history.


Watching this right now, and i could not wait to say that this documentary makes me think that some music could never be fully understood without knowing quite well the social milieu were it came up. I'm utterly convinced of that right now, and i wanted to share this thought here. Any comments about it ?!.

Manchester looked so depressive at the time! ...

>>> "i didn't saw a tree until i was about 9"
>>> Bernard Summer (Joy Division)

P.S.: Thanks Zenarcist for talking about this documentary wink ...
The future of mankind depends on love and not on new technologies
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Apparat - Arcadia

(it has something in common with your musical style..)
  Resident 6.06.2011 15 229
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Lol, Groove Armada - Paris really sounds like Sebastien Tellier!!! I'd say it's the very same drum loop, isn't it?
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fraggle83
Watching this right now, and i could not wait to say that this documentary makes me think that some music could never be fully understood without knowing quite well the social milieu were it came up. I'm utterly convinced of that right now, and i wanted to share this thought here. Any comments about it ?!.

Manchester looked so depressive at the time! ...


It was. It was always cold or wet, or cold and wet.

There was mass unemployment, all the industries had closed or were closing down. Industrial unrest and strikes. Everything was in a state of decay. No one had any money.

Drugs? Couldn't afford them, so you sniffed glue or dry cleaning fluid or whatever else you got your hands on, because it was free or very cheap and you had no problems buying it.

It was punks fighting vs skinheads vs Perry Boys vs Teds vs Mods vs whatever. If you looked different you got a good kicking off someone because, well just because.
  Resident 11.05.2012 151
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joy divison, another great band that heavy drugs tear apart.

sometimes i wish they knew what heavy drugs are meant for..

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nice!
what about a soundcloud mix? phones
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im gona sample them into maschine and have fun
  Resident 26.05.2012 69
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yeah i like Parks too , thank you wink
"the man choose, the slave obey's" BioShock
  Resident 9.01.2012 38
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Great post...

Love groove armada and also agree with everything said about joy division mates
  Resident 3.05.2012 48
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fraggle83,
It didn't just look it, it was. rofl

They actually meant what they were singing.

taschentuch,
Not really the drugs. What ultimately drove Ian Curtis to suicide was his ever worsening epilepsy and the end of his relationship.

The 80s were very much a time where there didn't exist any meaningful future. Mass unemployment, cities falling apart, looming atomic war.

  Resident 28.04.2012 18 1287
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quote by FeridanThe 80s were very much a time where there didn't exist any meaningful future. Mass unemployment, cities falling apart, looming atomic war.


Maybe such episodes are the best for creativity. The 80ies brought out some of the best music ever made (of cause also some of the worst too)! When I watch some of the mostly british (Sheffield, London, Manchester) music video clips...I somehow feel impressed. The dark and sad environment filled with dark and depressive melodies. Thats fantastic. I grow up in the early 80ies in germany (born 1967)...It was also very depressive...But somehow I liked it...The cold electronic sounds of Kraftwerk, the dark and melancholic melodies of Depeche Mode, the hopeless and brilliant lyrics of the Smiths...but also the funny and foolish video clips of SKA Bands like Madness or the Specials...That was really an interesting music episode.
"Die Fahrbahn ist ein graues Band, weiße Streifen, grüner Rand"
  Resident 25.04.2012 72 7069
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fraggle83
Watching this right now, and i could not wait to say that this documentary makes me think that some music could never be fully understood without knowing quite well the social milieu were it came up. I'm utterly convinced of that right now, and i wanted to share this thought here. Any comments about it ?!.

Manchester looked so depressive at the time! ...

>>> "i didn't saw a tree until i was about 9"
>>> Bernard Summer (Joy Division)

P.S.: Thanks Zenarcist for talking about this documentary wink ...

It wasn't just the environment because the lead singer of Joy Division (Ian Curtis) suffered from epilepsy and depression. A great song to check out is Disorder where this becomes abundantly clear. Can't forget Love Will Tear Us Apart a song that captures in agonizing detail the dissolution of love. Transmission is another favorite of mine. Some of the members went on to form the band New Order. Great band. Brings back a lot of memories.

flowmika
The UK is great but THE home of musical innovation? Chicago (House), Detroit (Techno), Germany (Trance), etc. Let's not discount the rest of the world.

SAiNT
Nice selection. I know them all well but that's probably only because I was exposed to so much great and diverse music coming up and my collection really reflects that. Thanks for sharing. mates
Eden To Abyss
  Resident 3.05.2012 48
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Cataly5t,
Don't forget Krautrock. That had a direct influence on what's now tarnished by yet another umbrella term post-punk; and it influenced the American pioneers of Techno.

Listen to NEU! (e.g Negativland), then listen to Joy Division.
  Resident 25.04.2012 72 7069
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Feridan
The 80s were very much a time where there didn't exist any meaningful future. Mass unemployment, cities falling apart, looming atomic war.

As much as some things change, some things seem to stay the same. The future is a scary place. damn

Feridan
Cataly5t,
Don't forget Krautrock. That had a direct influence on what's now tarnished by yet another umbrella term post-punk; and it influenced the American pioneers of Techno.

Listen to NEU! (e.g Negativland), then listen to Joy Division.

I think Kraftwerk were instrumental in the introduction and assimilation of electronic music so it's funny that you bring up Neu! a band formed after their split. Great minds think alike. wink The members of Kraftwerk/Neu! were absolute genius. Crazy to think that most people know Drake or Skrillex but the godfathers of electronic music are not even given a cursory glance. It's a sad world we live in. damn They influenced SO many bands (Brian Eno, Coldplay, Gary Numan, Joy Division, Radiohead, Simple Minds, etc.) and shaped electro, synthpop, techno, you name it. I also have a deep love for post-punk as it brought Industrial to the world. I'm feeling such nostalgia at the moment. Thanks for the memories. mates
Eden To Abyss
  Resident 16.04.2013 28 277
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good taste, saint

thanks for sharing these, i found a couple new bands to explroe
>SYNTHETIC DOOM JAZZ<
anti-music for a lost generation
  Resident 3.05.2012 48
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Cataly5t,

Rother also went on to other great things (Cluster and Harmonia), Dinger was an interesting cat as well (La Dseldorf)

In a way it wasn't a split, the band was actually still forming. People came and went. I think their Plank phase was best.

Lots of pioneers get overlooked. Conrad Schnitzler. Dieter Moebius. Klaus Wiese. Thomas Fricke (Fricke was the second person in Germany to own a modular Moog (it's 1969). I think he got the one Lennon wanted to buy for the Beatles; the other one was Eberhard Schoener).

But we'e getting side-tracked. Bands from the 80s

My Bloody Valentine, Cocteau Twins, Jesus & Mary Chain, A Certain Ratio, Smiths, Joy Division, New Order, Einstrzende Neubauten, Front 242, Cassandra Complex, DAF, Suicide, Durutti Column, Spacemen 3, The Fall, Teenage Fanclub, Verve, Ride, Swervedriver, Coil, Zoviet France, Test Dept., early Laibach, Seefeel, Lush, Slowdive, Anne Clark, Happy Mondays, Material, early Swans, Sonic Youth, Bauhaus, Boo Radleys, Galaxy 500, Curve, Gary Numan ..........................

@ everyone

If you want to find new material just go through the Factory, Creation, 4AD catalogs. Or try to find playlists from The John Peel show during the 80s, 90s or any time. You'll find lots of good stuff in them.
  Member 8.11.2014 7 2335
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greetings to the good people....
  Administrator 1.01.2004 271 1002
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Feridan, Cataly5t, i like to watch how you guys talking about music... mates i miss these talks in real life.

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