Should be banned.UFO over easy wrote: The rolleyes smiley is a killer
i guess that helps to explain why it hasnt sucked me in too much, cos my only experience thus far is with 1 minute mp3 clips, which for this kind of thing is obviously inappropriate.UFO over easy wrote:the fact that such stripped down music can completely suck me in. it's a vibe thing I can't really explain it but I'm never very good at stuff like that.elgato wrote: if i were to ask what it is that you find wonderful about sleeparchive what would you say?
do you know much Chain Reaction? if so, how do you think it fares relative to that? (thats an open question for anyone with an opinion)
I'll go with Ben UFO's recommendation of singles over double packs, but my favourites are Research EP and Recycle EP. So check 'em all out.
The economy of expression, and the fact that each track is stripped down to the bare minimum required to be absolutley relentless. Plus I really love all those bleep noises.elgato wrote:if i were to ask what it is that you find wonderful about sleeparchive what would you say?
Edit: Shit, didn't read page 2 before I replied. Seems we all like the same things...
That new Substance & Vainquer stuff is pretty great though.
I love chain reaction but it's totally different music. If you were to ask me what I like about chain reaction I'd say something very similar to what I said about sleeparchive, but that doesn't make the music very similar hehe.. one of the reasons I can't seem to find an appropriate linguistic method for describing what I like about music.elgato wrote: do you know much Chain Reaction? if so, how do you think it fares relative to that? (thats an open question for anyone with an opinion)
Very Sleeparchive, but also a little bit Alex Under. Nice.
that damien schwarz is heavy, very deep but still hammering
plug plug plug - http://dubstepforum.com/viewtopic.php?t ... e+elephant
Perfick.BLOC WEEKEND LAUNCH PARTY @ T BAR, LONDON: Thursday 8 MARCH
SLEEPARCHIVE - LIVE [sleeparchive/bpitch - Berlin]
REPEAT REPEAT - LIVE [soma]
LEE SMITH [kliks/iDJ]
JAMES TEC [plex]
THURSDAY 8TH MARCH 2007
T BAR SHOREDITCH HIGH STREET, 8PM – 1.30AM
LONDON (Liverpool Street tube)
I may try and change my megabus booking for DMZ and come to this as well. I could even do bangface on the Friday as well, but that's probably a really bad idea. 10 hours of DMZ will be hard enough as it is.
Also, 'originality' aside, his stuff is just as good as the records you posted.
also, for what it's worth, I'd definitely take the Vaino tracks over the sleeparchive. even though they're clinical too, there's something less restrained/well sanded about them.
it's not the 'bleep' aesthetic at all but i highly recommend that CH-Signal Laboratories 12" from a few weeks back. side A is superb.
Interestingly (maybe), dubstep had a similar effect on me, as it reminded me alot of the brief Bleep n Bass thing around 91. Though obviously the bleep n Bass -> Dubstep link is a little less of a direct link than ø -> Sleeparchive.
Also, I guess some people don't know the Sahko stuff at all, in which case Sleeparchive is producing a unique sound entirely worthy of the hype.
Anyway, moving on. That CH-Signal Laboratories is great. Sounds like Spastik played underwater or something. I know nothing about it to be honest, I just heard it on Juno while browsing new releases a while back and bought it straight away. Do you know anything about them?
Not related in terms of the bleeps, but another perfect example of the kind of distilled relentlessness that I love about Sleeparchive (and the Vaino stuff as well, of course).
absolutely loving those...
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