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Old 05-12-2013, 07:34 AM   #51 (permalink)
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Bjork's Homogenic should make any electronic list.
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Old 05-12-2013, 07:39 AM   #52 (permalink)
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This is arguably my favourite song of the moment - it's a mashup where they've taken the electro-y riff from Crystal Castles' Black Panther and put a rap by Twista over it. Works really well, thinks this reporter. Anyway, my question is, does that riff count as "electronic music" or is it more like synthpop, which is a genre I have a lot of songs in.
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Feels odd that I didn't add any of the above since i'm the biggest Blade Runner mark on here, and one of the biggest NIN marks. Didn't add any Vangelis since that has a very New Age feel, and I didn't think it'd be everyone's thing. the Blade Runner OST is GOAT though.

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yeah any Bjork is great, I have special love for Medula.

Id say stuff like 'Soon' by MBV put them in a kinda crossover bracket at the time as one of the few indie bands taking sonic ideas from acid house, sort of like Primal Scream with Screamadelica or the first Spiritualized album, not an electro act by proper definition but a smilar vibe (basically repetitve music for people on drugs haha).

For much older stuff I never miss a chance to shout out John Carpenters early soundtracks, or Umberto who does a modern homage to that stuff.
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Japan - Tin Drum

Art Rock but with a ton of weird electro elements.

Amazing album.
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yeah any Bjork is great, I have special love for Medula.

Id say stuff like 'Soon' by MBV put them in a kinda crossover bracket at the time as one of the few indie bands taking sonic ideas from acid house, sort of like Primal Scream with Screamadelica or the first Spiritualized album, not an electro act by proper definition but a smilar vibe (basically repetitve music for people on drugs haha).

For much older stuff I never miss a chance to shout out John Carpenters early soundtracks, or Umberto who does a modern homage to that stuff.
Primal Scream's Screamadelica Now you're bringing back treasured memories from the abyss.. but yeah, MBV definitely helped with the crossover, especially since you see more and more shoegaze being incorporated with electro. The chord progression on some of the Loveless tracks can be heard all over the place nowdays.


I remember discussing Umberto with you on another thread. Some of his stuff reminded me of Giorgio Moroder and his use of the Moog Modular, especially on the Confrontations album. His music would definitely fit right in with a throwback Mario Bava Horror flick and all that good stuff.
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I remember discussing Umberto with you on another thread. Some of his stuff reminded me of Giorgio Moroder and his use of the Moog Modular, especially on the Confrontations album. His music would definitely fit right in with a throwback Mario Bava Horror flick and all that good stuff.
yeah totally, Carpenter/Moroder/Goblin/even a little Vangelis worship done spot on, def going for the classic horror movie s/t atmosphere, highly recommend the From The Grave album to everyone

http://umberto.bandcamp.com/album/from-the-grave
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you guys are talking about horror flicks, MBV and Screamadelica without me?

Anyway Screamadelia is one of my favorite albums and all the people here already know about my love for anything related with people like Bava or Carpenter. In fact, Carpenter had a band at the times of "Big Troubles in little China"




And on topic.

I recommend some of the Ulver material. Perdition City the most, there are some awesome references there to The Future sound of London.


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Any particular favorite Mario Bava flicks? If I was pressed, i'd have to go with Blood and Black Lace. (a list would be a cool thing for the movie section).


As for Future Sound of London.. Anyone that haven't checked out Dead Cities yet absolutely need to. It's too bad that FSoL (for the most part) are known as "the band that did Papua New Guinea" when they were so much more than that. They didn't produce alot of hits, but their stuff is all around stellar.
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Yeah, thanks to Ulver i discover them and was vastly impressed. Dead cities was specially awesome.

Another shot outs for this thread, at least to me, will be Coil and Ozric Tentacles


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I will go with that too or with The Girl Who Knew Too Much, Black Sunday is another strong possibility :P
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