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2011-07-04 10:31:10 AM
his Cd is amazing, got it after i saw one of his videos here almost a year ago
 
2011-07-04 10:32:00 AM
Sweet. He reminds me of Kid Beyond. (new window)
 
2011-07-04 10:47:26 AM
Wow, that was really nifty. Thanks Subby.
 
2011-07-04 10:54:21 AM
Dubfx is awesome, if you've never heard Flow, then go, go right now, CLICK THE LINK! (new window)
 
2011-07-04 11:03:43 AM
Good stuff.
 
2011-07-04 11:06:11 AM
Actually, that makes me very sad.
 
2011-07-04 11:09:12 AM
No sir, I don't like it.
 
2011-07-04 11:09:38 AM
My favorite DubFX - Made (new window)
 
2011-07-04 11:18:48 AM
Sure, that great. If you have talent.
 
2011-07-04 11:18:50 AM

MagusMcCormick: his Cd is amazing, got it after i saw one of his videos here almost a year ago


I liked it so much I favorited the Fark thread from 2010
 
2011-07-04 11:24:22 AM

qarloclobrigny: Actually, that makes me very sad.


How could new technology creating new ways to make music possibly make anyone sad? This is a wonderful time to be a musician.
 
2011-07-04 11:38:53 AM
Approves (new window)
 
2011-07-04 11:44:06 AM
This guy is nuts... Genuinely next level stuff, he has such an incredible ear for sound and music and an equally amazing ability to bring it together. This is so different from what I'd usually listen to, but the guy is such a master of his craft and his tunes are just mesmerizing - totally ethereal stuff. Love it.
 
2011-07-04 11:44:57 AM
God damn he reminds me of an old vocalist I used to use. Scarily similar facial features.....

Any idea if this app is available in android flavours? Looks like fun and I'm in the market for a new phone.
 
2011-07-04 11:47:13 AM
Yeah, loopy loo, whee boing moo.
Songs with no real beginning or end, just mute/unmute the tracks in the sequencer.
Go to a "show" watch people stand in front of their laptops.
For that, I'd rather hear something nicer like 808 State's Pacific State.
 
2011-07-04 11:53:14 AM
Reminds me of this...

Don't Linky, Be Happy (new window)
 
2011-07-04 12:01:17 PM
I love the nonchalant dismissal of the Facebook Notification/Text in the middle of that.

I'm a total spaz. I would have panicked.

/buying this right farking now
 
2011-07-04 12:10:20 PM
Not my kind of music in the least. However, that was very cool.
 
2011-07-04 12:15:32 PM
Wow.

I thought the guy was gonna be a bit of a wanker but he really
knows his stuff.

Adding to my collection.

And the 808 State was pretty good, too.
Thanks!
 
2011-07-04 12:26:01 PM
Just added him to my Pandora stations... not sure why I'm only just now hearing about this guy.
Great voice.
 
2011-07-04 12:28:49 PM
If there's something to be sad about, it's that a songs made with many musicians, engineers and hours in the studio don't sound better than songs made in 2 mins on the street with 5 interchanging rhythm loops.

Obviously, what he does is fantastic and impressive, but it doesn't bode well for the future of musical composition.
 
2011-07-04 12:33:27 PM

Mr. Richard Smoker: If there's something to be sad about, it's that a songs made with many musicians, engineers and hours in the studio don't sound better than songs made in 2 mins on the street with 5 interchanging rhythm loops.

Obviously, what he does is fantastic and impressive, but it doesn't bode well for the future of musical composition.


First cheap guitars and now this..
 
2011-07-04 12:33:34 PM

Mr. Richard Smoker: Obviously, what he does is fantastic and impressive, but it doesn't bode well for the future of musical composition.


Oh come on. Its tools just like anything else. In the right hands it means more dimensions to musical creativity, not less.

Fifty years ago you probably would have said the same thing about the electric guitar, and 100 years before that, about the saxaphone.
 
2011-07-04 12:42:27 PM

LewDux: cheap guitars


gilgigamesh: electric guitar


genius minds, etc
 
2011-07-04 01:23:57 PM
Link (new window)

Link/Link (new windows)

Link (new window)
 
2011-07-04 01:40:01 PM
Awesome. Thanks subby, and farkers adding links. Also new to me.
 
2011-07-04 01:40:02 PM
I think Trace Bundy does it much better with Urban Challenge.
 
2011-07-04 01:44:56 PM
Impressive and even more importantly,intelligible-unlike this tongue-twisting bloke (new window)
 
2011-07-04 01:58:02 PM

Apos: Impressive and even more importantly,intelligible-unlike this tongue-twisting bloke (new window)


He's "unintelligible" because he's singing in Jamaican patois. If you actually read the printed lyrics you'll find that he's pretty damned intelligible.
 
2011-07-04 02:02:35 PM
That was awesome. Listening to "Flow" right now, and it's pretty rad. I don't normally go for this dancy stuff but dayum, wow, etc
 
2011-07-04 02:06:46 PM
gilgigamesh
Mr. Richard Smoker: Obviously, what he does is fantastic and impressive, but it doesn't bode well for the future of musical composition.

Oh come on. Its tools just like anything else. In the right hands it means more dimensions to musical creativity, not less.

Fifty years ago you probably would have said the same thing about the electric guitar, and 100 years before that, about the saxaphone.


Well said.

Cool, thanks subby and posters who provided music I would have otherwise
never heard.
 
2011-07-04 02:07:04 PM
very impressive.. though someone should tell dubfx to put his phone in airplane mode when he's recording a demo
farm7.static.flickr.com
 
2011-07-04 02:07:49 PM
Damn I just bought this app.
Thanks Fark :p
 
2011-07-04 02:08:12 PM
i'm sure i'm just hating, but he has a bit of a crack-head vibe going on.
 
2011-07-04 02:13:18 PM
Holy cow. Not the kind of music I normally listen to but that impressed the hell out of me.

I love stumbling across new music. Here's something else I recently came across: Assemblage 23 "Old" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0uIiIb6Cv0 (pops)
 
2011-07-04 02:14:19 PM

toyotaboy: very impressive.. though someone should tell dubfx to put his phone in airplane mode when he's recording a demo


Apparently the new iOs is going to fix those annoying notification popups. I'm excited about this.
 
2011-07-04 02:15:32 PM
Watched some of the video links on here, I will be buying this guy's music. Dub-step sound mixed with rasta, TOTALLY digging this sound.
 
2011-07-04 02:17:27 PM
These kinds of tools make music more accessible. You don't have to spend countless hours learning to contort your fingers or learning some secret code. Phone apps, Korg's Kaoss pad and Kaossalator, the Tenori-On, Bliptronic, Vocaloid, etc. have opened up the world of music creation to the common man. I play guitar, piano, drums, and various other instruments but the 'aha!' moment came when I showed my Kaossalator to my young nephew and within minutes he was creating beats and melodies and having fun rocking out. That's what music is all about.
That being said I had to stop the video when the white dude started doing the fake Jamaican accent. That is lame. If Swedes smoked pot everyone would be singing like the chef on the muppets.
 
2011-07-04 02:46:28 PM
Totally new to my onion-on-the-belt wearing self.

Love this guy. He's amazing.
 
2011-07-04 02:55:24 PM
i1.sndcdn.com
 
2011-07-04 03:04:37 PM
"Restecpa."

www.legallyindia.com
 
2011-07-04 03:06:10 PM

redsquid: when the white dude started doing the fake Jamaican accent. That is lame. If Swedes smoked pot everyone would be singing like the chef on the muppets.


Apparently you've never heard an urban Australian dialect. That's what they sound like.
 
2011-07-04 03:12:18 PM
At a glance, I read "Dub Fx" as "Deus Ex"

/how many Farkers will now have a nostalgic impulse to dust that game off and play it now?
 
2011-07-04 03:24:27 PM

Mr. Richard Smoker: If there's something to be sad about, it's that a songs made with many musicians, engineers and hours in the studio don't sound better than songs made in 2 mins on the street with 5 interchanging rhythm loops.

Obviously, what he does is fantastic and impressive, but it doesn't bode well for the future of musical composition.


You're a poopie-poker.
 
2011-07-04 03:29:30 PM
Im assuming someone has posted "In my Head" already? Cause that is FAR and away his best track.
 
2011-07-04 03:34:15 PM

bubbaprog: redsquid: when the white dude started doing the fake Jamaican accent. That is lame. If Swedes smoked pot everyone would be singing like the chef on the muppets.

Apparently you've never heard an urban Australian dialect. That's what they sound like.


And you've apperently never heard any dub or reggae music. When he starts singing there's nothing Australian about it- it's a straight cultural affectation of jamaican patois.
 
2011-07-04 03:35:06 PM
This sucked.
 
2011-07-04 03:42:24 PM
Looping app? I'll just stick with my Kaossilator.
 
2011-07-04 03:54:29 PM

T.rex: i'm sure i'm just hating, but he has a bit of a crack-head vibe going on.


Seriously, what's with the constant nose wiping? Maybe on the high side of a bipolar cycle?
 
2011-07-04 03:56:12 PM

toyotaboy: Watched some of the video links on here, I will be buying this guy's music. Dub-step sound mixed with rasta, TOTALLY digging this sound.


That isn't dubstep. :/

It's just reggae.
 
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