@Warlord: I listened to the lyrics of that Kid Alien track pretty closely and I'm a little curious who's perspective the writer was attempting to write from. It sounded like a God or deity of some kind speaking.
lol dude I had these exact thoughts when I properly listened to the track.
@Craig: I hear this song multiple times a day in work, and I have to say I don't get the hype. Maybe I've just been overexposed to it; there's just too much repetition in the sound, it doesn't seem to go anywhere. Regardless, it's still leagues ahead of the crap that's been polluting the airwaves recently.
Been back into my breakbeat/jungle/DnB in a big way lately.
I can see a future for Bwana, his soundcloud's worth checking out. Such a refreshing tune.
There's been a lot of inter-mingling lately between Glasgow's house/techno scene and soundsystems like Mungo's Hi-Fi, I'm keen to see where it goes.
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Last night I was in the mood for listening to music, but since I misplaced my iPod touch charger, I used my old iPod shuffle and listened to all the old sh*t I have in there. I found this song while shuffling and literally replayed it 5 times. Great song if you're angry, would probably get you pretty relieved.
I believe I did post this song a long time ago on the 'rate the song above you' topic, by the way.
Some really nice songs being shared here, especially the Boards of Canada track. That's going to be played a lot during my wake and bake session on Thursday
The guitar on this track gives me chills every single time.
I've been practising improvisation on guitar to this track and, as always, the heavy rock sound mixes really well with the beat. I'm really getting into Jay-Z right now too so if anyone knows of any good instrumentals of his, could you please point me in their direction? Thanks in advance.
Here is a really nice, chilled out version of an already brilliant song. Sit back and enjoy.
Still my favourite Glasgow producer of recent years, there's something so hypnotic about all of Glass Swords. HudMo's got more attention than Rustie but I dunno why, the latter's infinitely more skilled.
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