footwork?butter_man wrote:that moment when someone elses cd player skips in a particularly rhythmical way and for a second you think you've found an undiscovered genre.
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soronery wrote:Too easy to sit behind a keyboard with a playlist of dubstep tunes on, arguing about the defintion of a word in relation to a sound.
All that melts away when the lights are down and the bass is up.
zoronery frees the realness
BIG UP YOSELF HAN SORO
that james blake remix of changes is painful to listen to.Shum wrote:or maybe he does cause he's right.RKM wrote:lol at some guy on the dmz event saying he didn't wanna see james blake cos he finds him a bit 'droll' these days
not sure he understands what that word means
though long and hard (that's what she said ) and rusko's remix of skream's dutch flowerz is better
incnic wrote: daddy why u dead and lying in a puddle
son i make techno dadydy on drugs
hubb wrote:its what ive been saying for a while
foxes are the mulattos of the cat/dog world
whatsoronery wrote:Little know fact - Footwork was actually invented when the bootleg disco CD Rashad had bought down the market skipped due to it being shoddily copied.
"Move pples bodies and stimulate their minds"
we just ride the wave
Life sucks; Get used² it.
big up your mum
ehbes wrote: cunt
did this swedish tune get through in denmark
there was some norwegian rap tune where they made fun of the flow and went like
"alle som ikke smugler er tollvesen"
and stuff. Norwegian rap was always great for irony/fun/on point social commentary jokes but maybe a bit lacking in beats/music (I don't know so much though beyond the tunes everyone knew tbf)
swedes are the worst scandos though, blatantly.
RKM wrote: when bae hands u the aux mixtape and your squad blunted 9/11 aye lmao
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