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#51

Antibreak - Prepare for Flight

Half speed neurofunk.
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#52

^^     Nice. I like it.   Of course, more minimal, microfunk-ish from back when. Checking other Antibreak tunes from your recommendation, thanks.  

"A Block Turned to Rubble", diggin the trancey synths in the later part. 
 







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#53

1985 Music.  


LOVE.    Xyxthumbs Icon_yippee



"1985 Music - Various Artists, Vol. 1 compilation", December 2017


https://soundcloud.com/1985music1985/set...dition-1-1

https://www.beatport.com/release/edition-1/2158049
















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#54

Eprom - "Drone Warfare" e.p., 1985 Music - November 2017


https://www.beatport.com/release/drone-warfare/2142076











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#55

There's some crazy ideas going on here.

these 2 land it for me from the e.p.  

for real.  "Blurred"...  wow. "Short Stop", neurogeeky as hell.  Doing the biznez. 






 


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#56

Icicle's first December 2017 release for his own Entropy Music imprint.  


YES.  ".. watch this space.."  Very much so.    Yes  


https://icicle.lnk.to/EfficientEPYD

https://entropymusic.bandcamp.com/album/...ficient-ep











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#57

Emperor rocks da bass bins, no doubt.  Love the kicks. 

The Neosignal "Shadow" e.p....  great.  














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#58

^^ that Upbeats, Emperor remix... hotness. Emperor's atmos contrasts to the tough sounds. Very intricate.


The neurogeek within approves. For sure. Smile
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#59

Royalston - "Popular Mechanics" lp, Med School Music, November 2017


OUTSTANDING moments throughout the lp.   Lovesmilie


Brilliance noted.  



https://royalstonmusic.bandcamp.com/albu...-mechanics

https://royalston.lnk.to/PopularMechanicsym
























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#60

Buzz - Bring It Back (trust music)
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#61

Cycom - Misgiving (Lightless)
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#62

Polar - Optifunk

Dissident - Oneroid Psychosis
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#63

Subhuman & Bse - Eggplant (2005)

And Bse had an amazing neurotech lp on the Doa dubs page in 2008 iirc.
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#64

^^ Cool.   I haven't checked out BSE since from years back. 


Hybris "Cabin Pressure" from the "Say Hello to the Future" e.p.. great tune.  Nice release all around.  



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#65

nice to see what they're doing now. for sure. Smile
antibreak-wise, the covert operations stuff I had on dub for a while once obtaining the full art vinyl copies of cov ops vol 4 are great trance stuff. very dance brewing. it wasn't what I expected back then but in retrospect vol 4 specifically was years ahead of its era.

try and find out cryo (not cryogenics) if you can. "she" is on youtube. very neuro melodic.
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#66

Hybris - "Extraction" e.p, 2016


freaky electronics. 




















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#67

the reason I'm just naming stuff is if you find anything (as thread op) to post that you like it's a more well organised neuronerdical garden. Teef

yeah I get upbeats. werewolf, bullet time remix, oiled up (classique!), black flea. same as I get state of mind. "insecticide" from 2004 is absolutely badass. 'bassline, the rock, the shock'. :nerd:

oh yeh, for all the technmospeherics stuff from 2007 or so in a roundup, soundsurfer of Germany crew did a great 1h plus mix for my blog called 'science friction'. duder has mixes on dnbsets.de.

asc did one with my mix series the year earlier, 2006-2008 timeframe anyway, when the post-jungle sound was reaching critical mass, like many thought it had properly done 10 years earlier in 98.
any files just ask.
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#68

"techmospherics" (nice one Smile )...  "neuronerdical"  

neurogeekdom has its own (internal) lexicon for sure.  heh.   It has been full on, winter cold as hell this past Xmas weekend.. - 33 windchill last nite.   

In the bunker, neuro has been my respite this past week.


Hybris...  dang.
















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#69

My fave from the new Current Value "Deadly Toys" lp btw.  


I want the walls to obliterate, they haven't yet. Need bigger speakers.  










^^ most delicate atmos flourishes lacing the terror within.  So good. Smile
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#70

that machine gun bass effect. 

I'm down. 








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#71









as ever, quality diversity and funktionality.    Cool    Thank you sir Perez.
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#72

Liking vibes from Spline.











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#74

New Audeka "Engine Block" e.p. 


disjointed, broken. diggin it. 
 







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#75

Critical Music...   Synth Ethics "Cloudbreak", beautiful tune. 
 

"Systems 011 - Was A Be & Synth Ethics", February 2018


https://criticalmusic.com/releases/criti...stems-011/








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