The new Skrillex album is extremely impressive and has a lot of great moments, but Rumble is one of the coolest tracks I’ve ever heard
First heard it in fred again’s boiler room set and I mean wow… https://youtu.be/c0-hvjV2A5Y?t=3362
The times square set looks like it was such a blast too https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahe9baHOWIg
Edit: WAIT HE DROPPED A WHOLE SECOND ALBUM TODAY WTF
Oliveira’s IEM Katowice StarCraft 2 win was incredible
New Lil Yachty was a little hit or miss but overall fun. I think it’ll grow on me more too. No matter what style he’s doing it always has that same unique magnetic thing to it. I’m always a sucker for a good two chord jam
Once again, producer creds a mile long https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Let%27s_Start_Here
Three credited had this to say https://twitter.com/JustinRaisen/status/1618882535035125760 https://www.instagram.com/p/Cn7nY1BOshd/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/p/Cn-Y5B9JCzu/?hl=en makes me wonder even more what the process was like.
Pico Pop and Shibuya-kei are two of the coolest genres ever
I mean come ON
But also being exposed to more artists in these genres just puts more into context how the early Capsule albums were completely in a league of their own. What cool genres for a savant and workaholic to springboard off of for a career starter though.
Nakata deep cut of the day: Kyary Pamyu Pamyu - Mottai Night Land (Instrumental)
Genius genius genius genius genius
Side note, I love how with this fan-made instrumental version the vocals remover fails to catch a lot of the vocaloid harmonies, thus making them easier to actually hear https://youtu.be/9b9ufLFFxXw?t=57
The more time that goes on the more confident I become that I will spend the rest of my life in software competing against paper, and the more impressed I become with what a formidable and feature-rich foe it is.
Amazing 5 part mini documentary on the creation of 250’s recent solo album(that video is part 1 of 5)
So interesting he went straight from this to producing a bunch of the NewJeans stuff that’s been going completely supernova.
I’ve been feeling like I’m in a K-pop kick lately. The 4th generation of pop groups are firing on all cylinders while established groups are having unprecedented longevity leading to what seems like an incredibly crowded and competitive golden age of k-pop. but when you hit the wikipedia page of a cutting edge K-pop single the producer/composer/lyricist bylines are each 5 names long with names you’ve never heard of. 250, FRNK, Earattack, Willie Weeks, Shift K3Y, BEP, PEEJAY, Jake K, MNEK, Ylva Dimberg, The Stereotypes, Didrik Thott… makes me curious what the modern production process is like in the industry.