(167 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Autechre are really good


(146 replies, posted in General Discussion)

8bc actually got me laid


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(40 replies, posted in General Discussion)

i invited a very attractive young lady to a house party on saturday, hopefully she never comes over to my house and sees my depressingly giant gameboy/console/synthesizer collection


(62 replies, posted in Releases)

this put quite a smile on my big dumb face


(65 replies, posted in Collaborations)

if i were you i would drop this like your bag on the long island railroad


(47 replies, posted in General Discussion)

2011 in chipmusic:


(46 replies, posted in General Discussion)

c u there lololol~~~*


(38 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Moriokun wrote:

Seems like the problem isn't the cartridge designs, it's the lack of collaboration between LSDJ's software and the Cartridge maker.  Seems like LSDJ needs to be written specially for a certain cartridge, Not the cartridge trying to meet LSDJ.

In no way, shape, or form is this true.


(16 replies, posted in Releases)

This is really excellent.


(41 replies, posted in General Discussion)

1. little-scale - Dynasty
2. Mobb Beep - Modificeret
3. Stay Ali - Vati Vati EP
4. Misfitchris - Data Tides
5. Ten and Tracer - Dark Before Dawn

Khonnor - Lost Pets should get a mention in here somewhere too.


(64 replies, posted in General Discussion)

pnada wrote:

@e.s.c If I made it I'd have a lot more money/bitches, but that's besides the point. Brostep is like Metal/deathcore in the "-core" scene there are a lot of haters but the musicians don't care because they make the most money. As a result anything anybody says will sound like jealousy and/or draw more attention to the music they despise, just look at the song "Friday", because everyone was hating on it she made a million dollars or something crazy on Itunes. If you really hate an artist don't post him/her on a forum or comment about because lets face it everyone in here listened to it even though it's shit and that's supporting Ephixa.

Short term profitability != success. Also, sweet straw man.


(64 replies, posted in General Discussion)

Meanwhile, as I happen upon this...

Unlike a lot of people I know who compose music alone in their rooms on Friday nights, I don't really enjoy "jamming". The process of smacking keys or listening to loops while altering them until I find something I want to keep doesn't seem like an ideal process to me. I have to sort of conceptualize what I'm doing before I even touch the keys (of my computer keyboard, I'm no pianist). This means that I do everything in-tracker. Sometimes I record chords off of my DW-8000 and build stuff around that, but that's fairly rare.

Sometimes I draw/write descriptions of what I want songs to sound like. Sometimes I hear songs in dreams and transcribe them. Sometimes when I'm feeling uninspired I go back to my vaults and combine/revamp four or five old sketches.

All of this makes working with other musicians close to impossible.


(37 replies, posted in General Discussion)

2001-2002: filling a need for music in homebrew platformer games and doom total conversions
2002-2009: writing music for the fun of it
2009-2010: girls don't like me
2011-?????: desire to fill an intangible and unreachable artistic vision, and to see how far i can push myself