Yooo was just listening to Master Your High the other night, great album! Been going thru the Freestyle Fellowship and Haiku d’Etat stuff too…
Found this track last November. So mournful yet so bright.
Going through Lorn’s discography, almost all of his stuff is dark and moody, and this is one of the rare tracks that manages to sound “positive”, lack of a better phrase. I interpreted some not likely true meaning: music production itself is a timesink (not necessarily with a negative connotation) and for one to be proficient and experienced you have to spend a lot of time on it. And judging by Lorn’s moody beats, music production is a timesink he’s found solace in.
I‘ve been obsessed with this recently. Kind of an RnB / RnG style edit but with a garage-y vibe.
@str_apx sick! The loveliest garage tracks always seem to come out around springtime.
Found out about this track a month ago. I felt so deeply entranced yet saddened, because it made me feel like my life so far was flashing before my eyes and I was slowly losing myself. Deep stuff The climax of the track at 3:20 wants to make me cry.
been listening to the new bladee project recently. It feels like the perfect songs to listen to in lieu of springtime locked away inside doors.
record has been out for a while so I"m sure its been discussed here, but new to me:
Came up as a spotify recommendation randomly and really caught my ear
I think there’s a whole thread on this album. Forgot about it though so thanks for posting.
not surprised! been studying it pretty closely. really really well done record. no skips for me!
enjoying some cheesy indulgent luke vibert stuff
Embracing the Dystopia
def one of my classics of the past 5 years, one i always return to and have found to be super versatile in when and where i can play it out!
She’s incredible - breaks and sultry sounds into the watery psychedelic deep end with fairy trance sprinkles all throughout