so yeah, muslimgauze is str8 DOPE, ppl. if anybody on here hasnt heard him, i would HIGHLY recommend it. considering the technological limitations that he had at the time, i would consider him a tru genius. he also came up with the "hoover" bassline b4 anybody in jungle did.
will try to post some tracks in the next couple days-can someone help me with this?
Completely. I've just been sorting through loads of my records as I'm having a clear-out - listening to tons of Pole, Nonplace, ~scape, Burial Mix... There's a definite link there in terms of textures, bass heaviness and cold, alien moodiness.autonomic wrote:did the Burial release on Hyperdub remind anyone else of Pole, just a wee bit?
Strangely enough, I picked up a copy of Flatbeat this week for 99p too.
yeap great mix and sandwiches gave it nice breathdq wrote:In the same vein as "Flatbeat" Paul Rose used that Detroit Grand Pubas track "We can make sandwiches" in one of his mixes recently and it worked perfectly.
hmm one more name i can think of - <b>quench</b> has got on his record punctuated a marvelous space-dub tune called vexx which also evokes thoughts of dubstep..[/i]
Yup ! Not false...gnd wrote:i wonder that no one here didnt mention <b>Scorn</b>
I waz also thinking about another influence...
<b>The Woodshed</b> - Forty Miles of Rough Road
Released in 1995
Just some Berlin rumors
there's no direct causal link between Muzlimgauze and the late 90s dubstep godfathers (El-B, Zed Bias and Steve Gurley) even though there might be coincidental sonic similarities.
El-B was a big Basic Channel fan (who isn't) but i dont hear much BC in Ghost, bar the vocal dub similarities. El-B's sound is clean and crisp, BC is about noise and decay.
True, but music is not a process happening in a social vacuum. Music inspires other music, even if not in a direct or intentional way.Blackdown wrote:people need to separate 'cause' and 'coincidence.'
I know too little about production to provide sharp evidence, but it's not completely ridicule to state that the cut/paste experiments with tape of the french avantgarde had its influence on later electronica (the reversed, cut up, zoomed out, ... beats of some warp artists, for example)... which then influenced other contemporary artists to make more broken, weird beats -even when they never heard of Luc Ferrari, Edgard VarÃ¨se or Pierre Henry.
However, that does not mean that there would be merely a coincidental similarity between the weird sound of twirling saucepans (Ferrari, etc.) and the heavy swooshes on the latest Boxcutter.
amnesia wrote:Atom TM has done a cover version of John Cages 4.33 ha ha
LOL as a producer i use to make that cover every day i have no inspiration
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Just wanted to say it's really cool Stereotyp got mention so early on in this thread- I once suggested he was an uncredited architect of the sound on Dubplate.net & was told unequivocally it was Zed Bias & Oris Jay who created it, period.
But it was Stereotyp productions in 2000-01 like Jahman & The Ethiopian remix that got me into Dubstep- I wasn't feeling Tempa at the time. And if you dig a little deeper, you'll find he was even producing this style as early as 1999 as Sly & Mo'- check the Joint Venture LP
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Droped that into a mix not long agoskeksi wrote:.... manslaughter by rufige kru on reinforced is pretty mutant aswell...big up the '96 hoover bass massive
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