Boards Of Canada - Music Has The Right To Children
Boards Of Canada - Geogaddi
BT - Movement In Still Life
Bonobo - Dial M For Monkey
Sneaker Pimps - Becoming X
Nightmares On Wax - Carboot Soul
Portishead - Dummy
Propellerheads - Decksanddrumsandrockandroll
Prodigy - Fat Of The Land
Gus Gus - Polydistortion
Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross - The Social Network OST
FNDMNTL - Subduction
Grouse - We Want To Be Loved
Grouse - Heads
Phutureprimitive - Sub Conscious
Aes Dana - Leylines
Aes Dana - Pollen
Deadly Avenger - Deep Red
Fila Brazillia - Brazilification
John Carpenter - Halloween III OST
The Dust Brothers - Fight Club OST
Peace Orchestra - Peace Orchestra
Tosca - Suzuki
Tycho - Past Is Prologue
Track & Field - Track & Field
I know there's more...:rofl:
DavidF @FrankHarveyHiFi, Coventry - official participants in Record Store Day, Saturday 18th April 2015.
"Long is the way, and hard, that out of hell leads up to light"
Yes I am well into the Dead Texan, thanks, have you tried Christina Vantzou? She is Adam Wiltzie's girlfriend apparently, her album No 1 is cool. There are 2 other side projects Sleepingdog and Aix Em Klemm both available from Amazon, where Wiltzie collaborated with members of Labradford.
Thanks for the list of artists I am going to listen to all suggested on this thread, think there is plenty to discover.
To try Bloodgroup, and Icelandic band, go to allscandinavian.com there is all types of music on there, but that is where I found Blood group and they are reminiscent of early Human League/Depeche Mode et al.
Some fine suggestions, I've been inspired to listen to Selected Ambient Works and Exit Planet Dust off the back of it...
Others off the top of my head:
Com Truise - Galactic Melt
Audion - Audion X
STL - At Disconnected Moments
Goldie - Timeless
FaltyDL - Love is a Liability
Classixx - Hanging Gardens
Jon Hopkins - Immunity
Nina Kraviz - Nina Kraviz
Maya Jane Coles - Comfort
Orbital - everything
Underworld - Second Toughest In The Infants
Robert Hood - Minimal Nation
Scuba - Personality
Lone - Ecstasy & Friends
Some grest stuff here
One thing I would also add is the "Just Music Cafe" set of compilations...All excellent so far and very nice SQ:)
Last week I enjoyed listening to this following a recommendation on Head-Fi:
Also listened to The Prodigy - Music for the Jilted Generation yesterday.
I look forward to listening to some of the stuff i've never heard listed above, it's going to take a while to get through!
A mixture of some classic & long standing favourites and some i've liked more recently;
Boards of Canada - Music Has The Right To Children, In a Beautiful Place...
Metro Area - Metro Area
Four Tet - Rounds
Four Tet - Everything Ecstatic
Clark - Empty the Bones Of You, Body Riddle, Totems Flare
Prefuse 73 - One Word Extinguisher (and its Out takes)
St Germain - Tourist
Red Snapper - Making Bones
Autechre - Amber
Aphex Twin - Richard D James, SAW 85-91, SAW 2
Underworld - 2nd Toughest in the Infants
Orbital - In Sides
System 7 - System Express
Plaid - Rest Proof Clockwork
Caribou - Swim
Ulrich Schnauss - Far Away Trains Passing By
F**k Buttons - Tarot Sport
Flying Lotus - Cosmogramma, Until the Quiet Comes
El-P - The Cannibal Ox Instrumentals
Burial - Untrue
Susuma Yokota - Grinning Cat
Jon Hopkin - Immunity (just about to hear Insides for the 1st time)
Four Tet - Beautiful Rewind
Grasscut - Unearth
Chvrches - The Bones of What You Believe
Some soon to be from reading these lists...?
I have just been revisiting some albums by Scanner, a truly great electronic musician and artist - namely 'Spore', 'Lauwarm Instrumentals' and my favourite, 'Sound For Spaces'. Just purchased 'Electronic Garden' and 'Rockets, Unto The Edges Of Edges', two of his albums from the last few years. Will report back in due course.
For fans of Basic Channel/Dub Techno, have a look for the new Yagya & DeepChord release, 'Will I Dream During The Process (DeepChord Redesigns)'. Sublime.
Electronic music fans, let's keep this thread going. I have found it to be a great resource thus far and I love discovering new electronic artists. The possibilities are infinite.
OK, got iTunes open, let's make a list.
A small selection from my collection. Leaning heavily on the ambient side.
Ambient 2 The Plateaux Of Mirror (Eno and Harold Budd)
Blade Runner soundtrack (Vangelis)
On Land (Brian Eno)
Apollo Atmospheres & Soundtracks (Brian Eno and others)
The Orb's Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld
Surfing on Sine Waves (Polygon Window/Aphex Twin)
Selected Ambient Works 85-92 (Aphex Twin)
Tales Of Ephidrina (Amorphous Androgynous)
Sept Autres Créatures (Laurent Pernice)
Smokers Delight (Nightmares on Wax)
Endtroducing (DJ Shadow)
Richard D. James Album (Aphex Twin)
Apollo Choco (Audio Active)
Big Loada (Squarepusher)
Psyence Fiction (UNKLE)
Additional Productions (Funkstörung)
Maxi German Rave Blast Hits 3 (Bodenstandig 2000) (chiptunes and accapela)
Stay Down (Two Lone Swordsmen)
A Virus With Shoes (Two Lone Swordsmen)
Journey Inwards (LTJ Bukem)
Tiny Reminders (Two Lone Swordsmen)
A Chance to Cut is a Chance to Cure (Matmos)
Cydonia (the Orb)
Drukqs (Aphex Twin)
Melody A.M. (Röyksopp)
Bicycles and Tricycles (the Orb)
The Equatorial Stars (Fripp and Eno)
Game (Perfume) Japanese pop techno created by Yasutaka Nakata
When Machines Exceed Human Intelligence (Harmonic 313)
Butter (Hudson Mohawke)
Lux (Brian Eno)
Wrong thinking is punishable; right thinking will be as quickly rewarded.
Picked up Autechre's 5 cd boxset of all their EPs ('91-02) for £7 in HMV today, absolute bargain. Had a few of the EPs already but even for the £22 price on amazon this would be worth it for the ones I didn't. Loving Envane
Loving the textures on James Blakes new album too, lovely stuff
A few more
Kenny Larkin - Metaphor
Basic Channel - BCD
Moodymann - Black Mahogany
Audiojack - Radio
Maurizio - M Series
Moodymann - A Silent Introduction
I'm not very good at id ing genres.
Im im listening to Mortiis - Some Kind of Heroin. More the industrial edge I suppose. But listen to the Emotional Heresy remix of The Grudge and that sounds pretty electronic to me.
Another band I saw recently (again, not sure if they count). FEATHERS- If All Now Here
The Depeche Mode Remix albums are pretty hard to beat. & Construction Time Again
Tear Drop wrote:I have just been revisiting some albums by Scanner, a truly great electronic musician and artist - namely 'Spore', 'Lauwarm Instrumentals' and my favourite, 'Sound For Spaces'. Just purchased 'Electronic Garden' and 'Rockets, Unto The Edges Of Edges', two of his albums from the last few years. Will report back in due course.
He's definitely someone I want to hear more of. I have a Scanner remix of a track by Scorn, and it's absolutely awesome, scary as, but quite fascinating.
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BIGBERNARDBRESSLAW wrote:F*U*S*E - Dimension IntrusionSabres Of Paradise - SabresonicChemical Brothers - Exit Planet DustChemical Brothers - Dig Your Own HoleKraftwerk - AutobahnKraftwerk - Man MachineRuby - Salt PeterRed Snapper - Prince BlimeyFila Brazilia - MessBoards Of Canada - Music Has The Right To ChildrenLamb - Lamb
F*U*S*E - Dimension Intrusion
Sabres Of Paradise - Sabresonic
Chemical Brothers - Exit Planet Dust
Chemical Brothers - Dig Your Own Hole
Kraftwerk - Autobahn
Kraftwerk - Man Machine
Ruby - Salt Peter
Red Snapper - Prince Blimey
Fila Brazilia - Mess
Lamb - Lamb
Just thought that I should add some albums by The Young Gods to my list, electronic pioneers.