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Re: What albums are you guys listening to?
« Reply #15 on: October 12, 2017, 04:38:23 PM »
At the moment...

Blue Lines - Massive Attack
Leftfism - Leftfield
Urban Hymns - The Verve
The Wall - Pink Floyd
Some Carl Cox/Sven Vath thing

Changes all the time though. I can never answer a "who's your favourite band/musician" kind of question!

I'm the same......very eclectic tastes!

Currently on the RNS510's SD card......

Orbital - Stringy Acid
Royksopp - The drug
Massive Attack - Lately
T-Mass - Up in flumes
Dinnerdate - Time
Alex Agore - Pull me up
Alex Agore - What U need
Danny J Lewis - Over and Over
Lady Blacktronika - Need somebody
Travis Scott - Antidote
Kendrick Lamar - Swimming pools
NAO - Fool to love
Casino versus Japan - Over Island
The XX - Intro
UB40 - I got you babe
Bob Marley - Waiting in Vain
Chris Isaak - Wicked game
Frank Sinatra - Fly me to the moon
Prince - 1999
Red hot chilli peppers - Californication
Amy Winehouse - F'ck me Pumps (MJ Cole remix)
Years and Years - Shine
Ne-Yo - Coming with you
Galantis - Runaway (U & I)
Deorro & Chris Brown - Five more hours
Fono - Real Joy
Katy B - Aaliyah
Royksopp - Happy up here
Ne-Yo - Miss independent
Ne-Yo & Jamie Foxx - She got her own

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Re: What albums are you guys listening to?
« Reply #16 on: October 12, 2017, 05:47:29 PM »
At the moment...

Blue Lines - Massive Attack
Leftfism - Leftfield
Urban Hymns - The Verve
The Wall - Pink Floyd
Some Carl Cox/Sven Vath thing

Changes all the time though. I can never answer a "who's your favourite band/musician" kind of question!

I'm the same......very eclectic tastes!

Currently on the RNS510's SD card......

Orbital - Stringy Acid
Royksopp - The drug
Massive Attack - Lately
T-Mass - Up in flumes
Dinnerdate - Time
Alex Agore - Pull me up
Alex Agore - What U need
Danny J Lewis - Over and Over
Lady Blacktronika - Need somebody
Travis Scott - Antidote
Kendrick Lamar - Swimming pools
NAO - Fool to love
Casino versus Japan - Over Island
The XX - Intro
UB40 - I got you babe
Bob Marley - Waiting in Vain
Chris Isaak - Wicked game
Frank Sinatra - Fly me to the moon
Prince - 1999
Red hot chilli peppers - Californication
Amy Winehouse - F'ck me Pumps (MJ Cole remix)
Years and Years - Shine
Ne-Yo - Coming with you
Galantis - Runaway (U & I)
Deorro & Chris Brown - Five more hours
Fono - Real Joy
Katy B - Aaliyah
Royksopp - Happy up here
Ne-Yo - Miss independent
Ne-Yo & Jamie Foxx - She got her own
You sir have fine taste! Weirdly the Chris Isaak one I've only recently got hooked on. Strange that you mention it. Brilliant track.

Also...

Little Fluffy Clouds - The Orb
Belfast - Orbital
Papua New Guinea - FSOL
Never Tear us Apart - INXS
Karmacoma - Massive Attack

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Re: What albums are you guys listening to?
« Reply #17 on: October 12, 2017, 06:32:05 PM »
Any mix by anjunadeep


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What albums are you guys listening to?
« Reply #18 on: October 12, 2017, 06:33:00 PM »
E.g.

https://soundcloud.com/anjunadeep/the-anjunadeep-edition-167-with-compuphonic

If you don't use SoundCloud, they have albums out as well. The continuous mixes are always epic for a long drive


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Re: What albums are you guys listening to?
« Reply #19 on: October 12, 2017, 06:42:35 PM »
Excellent DnB mix:

https://soundcloud.com/highcontrast/high-contrast-summer-2015-mix


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Re: What albums are you guys listening to?
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Re: What albums are you guys listening to?
« Reply #22 on: October 13, 2017, 11:55:49 AM »
Love a bit of DnB.  I hope the DJs don't leave Soundcloud now that they've shoved audio adverts onto the end of each track.  PlastikPeople do some decent old school garage mixes on there, if that floats ya' boat.

Cheers @AJP  I'm also a big fan of high end audio and good music goes hand in hand with that  :smiley:   A really well produced album like Kraftwerk's "Minimum-Maximum" sounds absolutely sublime on a decent setup.....even in compressed digital form.

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Re: What albums are you guys listening to?
« Reply #23 on: October 13, 2017, 05:24:40 PM »
Love a bit of DnB.  I hope the DJs don't leave Soundcloud now that they've shoved audio adverts onto the end of each track.  PlastikPeople do some decent old school garage mixes on there, if that floats ya' boat.

Cheers @AJP  I'm also a big fan of high end audio and good music goes hand in hand with that  :smiley:   A really well produced album like Kraftwerk's "Minimum-Maximum" sounds absolutely sublime on a decent setup.....even in compressed digital form.
I'm not a huge DnB fan but Roni Size has done some good stuff. Brown Paper Bag is a classic. Another Bristol artist as it happens. I'm not from Bristol, but it seems I'm drawn to that 90s movement in particular - Massive Attack, Tricky etc.

I'm missing some decent SQ in the Golf. Sadly it's not as simple as buying a good amp, some decent monitors or floorstanders and decent cables, like it is at home!


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Re: What albums are you guys listening to?
« Reply #24 on: October 13, 2017, 05:47:28 PM »
Love a bit of DnB.  I hope the DJs don't leave Soundcloud now that they've shoved audio adverts onto the end of each track.  PlastikPeople do some decent old school garage mixes on there, if that floats ya' boat.

Cheers @AJP  I'm also a big fan of high end audio and good music goes hand in hand with that  :smiley:   A really well produced album like Kraftwerk's "Minimum-Maximum" sounds absolutely sublime on a decent setup.....even in compressed digital form.
I'm not a huge DnB fan but Roni Size has done some good stuff. Brown Paper Bag is a classic. Another Bristol artist as it happens. I'm not from Bristol, but it seems I'm drawn to that 90s movement in particular - Massive Attack, Tricky etc.

I'm missing some decent SQ in the Golf. Sadly it's not as simple as buying a good amp, some decent monitors or floorstanders and decent cables, like it is at home!

I like the old 90s D&B, not so much the recent stuff.  80s/90s is actually my main preference really.

You're right, it isn't, unless you spend the big bucks.  I was into all that years ago with Genesis amps and ultra high end speakers, sounded amazing but I didn't like leaving 5 figures worth of kit in the car unattended......and with car stereos cranked up loud, I can't concentrate and my pedal coordination goes out the window!

Domestic stuff is even harder to get right in my experience, especially with sub placement.  Bass is non-directional they say, and to that I say cobblers.  I ended up needing 2 subs.....not for volume, but to balance it out.

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