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new Burial on Ghost

Post by pk- » Sun Nov 29, 2009 3:27 pm

anyone know anything about this?

(just to put this in context, on Friday night El-B said they've got a new Burial bit coming out on Ghost)

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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by chazer » Sun Nov 29, 2009 3:40 pm

that's true. it will be on Nu Levels

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from interview with El-B wrote:Расскажи немного о своём лейбле Ghost. Как всё началось, какие планы на будущее?

Ghost стартовал в 2000 году с 12-дюймовки с соответствующим названием — «2000». Мы очень быстро обрели своё узнаваемое звучание, которое впоследствии многими имитировалось… В 2003 году мы закрыли лейбл, но теперь, после многочисленных просьб, он снова в деле. Сейчас к выходу готовится альбом под названием «Nu Levels», и это будет настоящий смэшер танцполов. Он представляет собой сборник треков как от старых, так и от новых продюсеров Ghost, среди которых Burial, Zed Bias, Narrows, MRK1, Kromestar и многие другие. Релиз запланирован на март 2010 года.
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It (Nu Levels) consists of tunes from old and new Ghost producers such as Burial, Zed Bias, Narrows, MRK1, Kromestar and many other. We plan to release it in March 2010.
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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by ory » Sun Nov 29, 2009 3:44 pm

fuck me. first a remix for metalheadz, now this.

collab with steve gurley next? :mrgreen:

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Post by Hibbie » Sun Nov 29, 2009 4:19 pm

ory wrote:fuck me. first a remix for metalheadz, now this.

collab with steve gurley next? :mrgreen:
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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by Littlefoot » Sun Nov 29, 2009 4:53 pm

Is this gonna be "just dubstep"? I worry as some of the El-B / J Da Flex stuff I have heard recently, to my ears, could be any of the 5000000 ok half step producers around, no disrespect to em, but I hope this is daring and innovative, as we know they have it in them

edit: sorry, I dont mean the Burial tune, the others
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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by -dubson- » Sun Nov 29, 2009 5:21 pm

Excited about this! Hopefully the Skream tune will be one of his deeper/2step tunes.

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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by fractal » Sun Nov 29, 2009 6:07 pm

Excited to hear this!


Curious as to what "just dubstep" is? In my book "dubstep" could be any type of sound... Some young uns would even call it "future garage" lol
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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by steshine » Sun Nov 29, 2009 10:08 pm

ignore the wording, it's going to be large when you get the original people back on it! El-b and Jay da Flex always know how to do it properly so i expect nothing but good things!
will be a must have

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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by Littlefoot » Mon Nov 30, 2009 12:11 am

fractal wrote:
Curious as to what "just dubstep" is? In my book "dubstep" could be any type of sound... Some young uns would even call it "future garage" lol
As in the 2010 dictionary definition. Halfstep + bassline + some atmospherics + 2nd drop bit more chainsaw etc.

I know Dubstep can be any sort of sound, but I've heard some new J Da Flex and El-B clips and they were pretty dead tbh and really really different to their sound a few years back.

I'd love em to prove me wrong!
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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by fractal » Mon Nov 30, 2009 7:37 am

while i disagree with you whole heartedly on the definition of dubstep in 2010, i do agree with your thoughts on j-da flex & el-b
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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by deamonds » Mon Nov 30, 2009 7:42 am

@littlefoot, i heard em too, dont know why they would even put shit like that out..?

cant wait to hear this thouhg, big stuff.

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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by wheez-ie » Mon Nov 30, 2009 8:19 am

I really really enjoy the new ghost stuff. Sure its not the same as their old stuff...but who is the same now that they were 8 years ago? These guys know whats up. I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS RELEASE!!!

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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by Littlefoot » Mon Nov 30, 2009 11:09 am

wheez-ie wrote:I really really enjoy the new ghost stuff. Sure its not the same as their old stuff...but who is the same now that they were 8 years ago? These guys know whats up. I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS RELEASE!!!
Yeah obviously, people have to move on, but I sometimes get the impression that their innovations went a completely different direction, and that some of their recent output, for example a coupla those tunes on El-Bs myspace and that Narrows 12" which was pure chainsaw, don't have any unique place in a really saturated scene.

This said that El-B bit on Soul Motive was good, even if my copy sounds incredibly fucked :-s

Downloading the podcast now to make a real opinion either way
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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by pete_bubonic » Mon Nov 30, 2009 11:19 am

Littlefoot wrote:
wheez-ie wrote:
This said that El-B bit on Soul Motive was good, even if my copy sounds incredibly fucked :-s
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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by ory » Mon Nov 30, 2009 12:29 pm

Littlefoot wrote:but I've heard some new J Da Flex and El-B clips and they were pretty dead tbh and really really different to their sound a few years back.
gotta agree.

interestingly enough, J just put out an EP of old dubs on southside dubstars. i'm assuming they're all from around 2005ish. the difference in sound is huge.

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Post by Littlefoot » Mon Nov 30, 2009 12:52 pm

ory wrote:
Littlefoot wrote:but I've heard some new J Da Flex and El-B clips and they were pretty dead tbh and really really different to their sound a few years back.
gotta agree.

interestingly enough, J just put out an EP of old dubs on southside dubstars. i'm assuming they're all from around 2005ish. the difference in sound is huge.

ahh nice, didnt realise that was old bits, used to really like that Bigging up the massive tune :)
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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by chazer » Mon Nov 30, 2009 9:06 pm

http://soundcloud.com/spectralbandrepli ... a-29-11-09
at 1.38.00 you can hear new Burial :D

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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by eshscramble » Mon Nov 30, 2009 9:59 pm

i have heard a few of these tunes and i really like em.

as of now i don't think all the tracks are final on this album and they are still making and adding more... but the ones
that i have heard, that are definitely on there, are fresh for sure!

to be honest, i haven't heard a more rugged bassline than 'think your greezy'...
something really 'hood' about that sound that i can't get enough of.

just got a new mix off dj raggs' soundcloud that has a lot of new ghost stuff. 'move forward' by zed bias is biiiiig!
if i can remember to get the link i'll post it up here...

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Re: new Burial on Ghost

Post by vvv » Mon Nov 30, 2009 10:11 pm

eshscramble wrote:
just got a new mix off dj raggs' soundcloud that has a lot of new ghost stuff. 'move forward' by zed bias is biiiiig!
if i can remember to get the link i'll post it up here...
here it is..

http://soundcloud.com/user4668891/raggs-lifefm-26_11_09

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