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Re: New Burial ep

Post by therapist » Sun Dec 15, 2013 9:21 pm

soulkids wrote:bro here it is:

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Big up. I'll print that out for later use.

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Re: New Burial ep

Post by Nihilism » Sun Dec 15, 2013 9:25 pm

Well, i've played the vinyl on regular base in the weekend and i have to say that it's not that bad like some say. Yeah, the chance is big that i'm gonna forget this EP soon, but that doesn't mean it is bad.

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Re: New Burial ep

Post by Nooc210 » Sun Dec 15, 2013 10:45 pm

thenypmhomaniac wrote:
Reid wrote:Seems like an odd explanation, but hey those are the first written words we get from him since the 2007/08 interviews.
He sent a message the same way with mah when kindred came out.
what did he say to MAH about Kindred?

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Re: New Burial ep

Post by garethom » Sun Dec 15, 2013 11:25 pm

Nooc210 wrote:
thenypmhomaniac wrote:
Reid wrote:Seems like an odd explanation, but hey those are the first written words we get from him since the 2007/08 interviews.
He sent a message the same way with mah when kindred came out.
what did he say to MAH about Kindred?
I just found this
Burial wrote:Fuck the police, that's how I treat 'em, we buy our way out of jail but we can't buy freedom, we buy a lot of clothes but we don't really need 'em, the things we buy to cover up what's inside, cos they made us hate ourself, and love they wealth, that's why shorty's hollerin' "where the ballas at?"

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Re: New Burial ep

Post by OGLemon » Sun Dec 15, 2013 11:38 pm

garethom wrote:
Nooc210 wrote:
thenypmhomaniac wrote:
Reid wrote:Seems like an odd explanation, but hey those are the first written words we get from him since the 2007/08 interviews.
He sent a message the same way with mah when kindred came out.
what did he say to MAH about Kindred?
I just found this
Burial wrote:Fuck the police, that's how I treat 'em, we buy our way out of jail but we can't buy freedom, we buy a lot of clothes but we don't really need 'em, the things we buy to cover up what's inside, cos they made us hate ourself, and love they wealth, that's why shorty's hollerin' "where the ballas at?"
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Re: New Burial ep

Post by jrkhnds » Sun Dec 15, 2013 11:41 pm

what hiders sounds like:
Are we an item? Girl, quit playing. We're just friends, what are you saying? Say there's another and look right in my eyes. My first love broke my heart for the first time.
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Re: New Burial ep

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Re: New Burial ep

Post by thenypmhomaniac » Tue Dec 17, 2013 9:40 am

Nooc210 wrote:
thenypmhomaniac wrote:
Reid wrote:Seems like an odd explanation, but hey those are the first written words we get from him since the 2007/08 interviews.
He sent a message the same way with mah when kindred came out.
what did he say to MAH about Kindred?
not that much
the ep is scruffy,1000 per cent from the heart & he hopes it will be a glow in the darkness for kindred spirits
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Re: New Burial ep

Post by mIrReN » Tue Dec 17, 2013 12:01 pm

garethom wrote:
bennyfroobs wrote:
binakversailles wrote:I think people are being very quick to judge things, i personally try to give new Burial a month or two before i decide, but thats just because i think that i never immediately resonate with his music.
imo if music doesnt sound sick the first couple of listens then why should the i bother forcing myself to listen to it again and again until i "like" it, when i could be listening to something i deem worthwhile? just really, really silly imo haha
You've never had a tune or album that on repeat listens grew on you massively? I remember hearing Guido - Anidea when it came out, and I was like "what the fuck is this shit? :?". Went back and gave it another listen a year or so later, and it clicked, and now it's one of my most favourite albums. Don't need to sit there and listen to it, Clockwork Orange style, over and over until you like it.
WOAH u didn't like Anidea when it came out :o :o :o
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Re: New Burial ep

Post by krytikal » Tue Dec 17, 2013 2:17 pm

u reckon hes finally using a sequencer? the beats sound alot more quantized

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Re: New Burial ep

Post by Genevieve » Tue Dec 17, 2013 3:08 pm

krytikal wrote:u reckon hes finally using a sequencer? the beats sound alot more quantized
He probably just zooms in really close and places a ruler on his monitor when pasting in drumhits.
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Re: New Burial ep

Post by therapist » Tue Dec 17, 2013 3:53 pm

He doesn't even have a computer. According to this guy he just uses a pencil to make his tunes. And is 17... and lives with his mum...

http://youtu.be/XVQ8c19unnM?t=4m

Normally I'd disregard this kind of stuff, but that hat just screams integrity.

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Re: New Burial ep

Post by mondays child » Tue Dec 17, 2013 6:31 pm

krytikal wrote:u reckon hes finally using a sequencer? the beats sound alot more quantized
Fookin' cheat!

The sheer audacity of it, using a bloody DAW cell out.
That's it, not gunna buy anoz sodding Burialz tunes ever. Mans dead to me.
Whatz next?

Pro Toolzz?????

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Re: New Burial ep

Post by Phigure » Tue Dec 17, 2013 7:47 pm

burial ft NI massive presets
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Re: New Burial ep

Post by garethom » Tue Dec 17, 2013 8:32 pm

mIrReN wrote:
garethom wrote:
bennyfroobs wrote:
binakversailles wrote:I think people are being very quick to judge things, i personally try to give new Burial a month or two before i decide, but thats just because i think that i never immediately resonate with his music.
imo if music doesnt sound sick the first couple of listens then why should the i bother forcing myself to listen to it again and again until i "like" it, when i could be listening to something i deem worthwhile? just really, really silly imo haha
You've never had a tune or album that on repeat listens grew on you massively? I remember hearing Guido - Anidea when it came out, and I was like "what the fuck is this shit? :?". Went back and gave it another listen a year or so later, and it clicked, and now it's one of my most favourite albums. Don't need to sit there and listen to it, Clockwork Orange style, over and over until you like it.
WOAH u didn't like Anidea when it came out :o :o :o
I didn't bro, I think it was Mad Sax, I was just like "pffffft, awful" but now it's probs my favourite tune off there.

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Re: New Burial ep

Post by mondays child » Tue Dec 17, 2013 8:55 pm

Phigure wrote:burial ft NI massive presets

Mans needs the Kanye 'Yeesus' EXS24 presets.

Or bust.


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Re: New Burial ep

Post by mIrReN » Wed Dec 18, 2013 4:46 pm

garethom wrote:
mIrReN wrote:
garethom wrote:
bennyfroobs wrote:
binakversailles wrote:I think people are being very quick to judge things, i personally try to give new Burial a month or two before i decide, but thats just because i think that i never immediately resonate with his music.
imo if music doesnt sound sick the first couple of listens then why should the i bother forcing myself to listen to it again and again until i "like" it, when i could be listening to something i deem worthwhile? just really, really silly imo haha
You've never had a tune or album that on repeat listens grew on you massively? I remember hearing Guido - Anidea when it came out, and I was like "what the fuck is this shit? :?". Went back and gave it another listen a year or so later, and it clicked, and now it's one of my most favourite albums. Don't need to sit there and listen to it, Clockwork Orange style, over and over until you like it.
WOAH u didn't like Anidea when it came out :o :o :o
I didn't bro, I think it was Mad Sax, I was just like "pffffft, awful" but now it's probs my favourite tune off there.
whaaat really of all tunes you disliked mad sax xD
oh man have to relisten ! tantalized, orchestral, etc :i:
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Re: New Burial ep

Post by Forum » Wed Dec 18, 2013 5:39 pm

Mad sax is surely the one I'd be least surprised about someone hating. I like it but you can't deny it's pretty naff...
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Re: New Burial ep

Post by crookedbill » Fri Dec 27, 2013 10:33 pm

The "Rival Dealer" tune is the best thing Burial has done in years but the other tracks on this EP are fuckin' cheese. Reminds me of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1TcDHrkQYg

Also, on the subject of bullying, why are kids such pussies these days? Been hearing a lot about kids committing suicide for being bullied etc. What happened to overcoming adversity and becoming stronger for it? Fuckin' quitters. :roll:

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Re: New Burial ep

Post by AllNightDayDream » Fri Jan 03, 2014 9:13 pm

Almost done spinning the A side, not realizing it's 33 not 45... fucking wicked!

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