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An avant nerd remixing smooth disco in a dancehall stylee.

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Dub reggae fed through lots of mods, esp. gate exploitation. Mixed with crooners, orchestral pop, classical, loner folk.  0:00:00 ()

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  Wed. 4/13/11 3:20am ?:

i hear some porter ricks
  Wed. 4/13/11 3:22am Nat:

You do hear that
  Wed. 4/13/11 3:25am boyd:

  Wed. 4/13/11 4:33am cz-kluk:

yo, what's good?! also, gate exploitation???
  Wed. 4/13/11 4:48am Sam:

This musical brew is excellent, as usual
  Wed. 4/13/11 4:59am Nat:

Thanks, a gate cuts out parts of a song that are below a certain volume. Fun to screw around with.
  Wed. 4/13/11 5:05am Marmalade Kitty:

The last piece of music reminded me of the music used in the Cult Russian war movie "Come and see"
  Wed. 4/13/11 5:12am Marmalade Kitty:

would you call it music? noise soundtrack?
  Wed. 4/13/11 5:18am Nat:

Ummmmm collage I guess
  Wed. 4/13/11 5:20am ?:

you say that nat but nose gates are left open sometimes and runny noises from the signal manage to get under the gate or the door in the sitting room if its open just wide enough, like ajar, that sometimes also happens, doesn't it?!
amazing sounds nat, don't know how you guys over there can take this on/in so early in the morning thouhg..... that must be america for you!
  Wed. 4/13/11 5:21am postmanpaul (":

that was me, woops.
  Wed. 4/13/11 5:24am Marmalade Kitty:

Hi Mister postman, (look and see) Is there a letter in your bag for me? please :)
  Wed. 4/13/11 5:30am Marmalade Kitty:

Btw, I highly recommend "Come and see" for anyone who hasn't seen it. WWII Horror.. It makes Apocalypse now look like Kinder garden in comparison
  Wed. 4/13/11 5:32am postmanpaul (":

absolutely miss kitty! its all sparkly with a big swalky kiss on it for all the world to see!
  Wed. 4/13/11 5:37am Marmalade Kitty:

  Wed. 4/13/11 5:38am postmanpaul (":

@? thanks for the porter ricks ref. have just given them a listen and i like.
  Wed. 4/13/11 5:49am Marmalade Kitty:

Nat are you familiar with Oleg Yanchenko?
wiki ref: come and see music - "The original soundtrack is rhythmically amorphous music composed by Oleg Yanchenco. At a few key points in the film existing music is used, sometimes mixed in with Yanchenko's music (such as Johann Strauss Jr.'s Blue Danube). At the end, during the montage, music by Richard Wagner is used, most notably the Tannhäuser Overture and the Ride from Die Walküre. The conclusion of the film uses the Lacrimosa from Mozart's Requiem. The Soviet marching song "The Sacred War" is also played in the movie once."
  Wed. 4/13/11 5:53am shave bols:

wut iz dis song now live?
  Wed. 4/13/11 5:58am Nat:

Dylan Nyoukis, Olivia Block and Pierre Henry together!
  Wed. 4/13/11 5:59am cz-kluk:

comments board is edited it's like a parallel space time continuum existed. Nat Roe committed ----> Nat Roe commended
  Wed. 4/13/11 6:00am Marmalade Kitty:

This is all fascinating collage! Forgive me if the above is exessive tedium.. Sorry

Great show
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