Don’t we all need some? (music to do drugs to, not drugs…)
Well, not me. I don’t do drugs.
But for all of you Acid Freaks and Speed Monkeys out there, tired of listening to the same old Grateful Dead record, or that drum’n’bass mix you traded for some weed in a smelly london basement circa 97-98.
I mean, that beat bores me to tears after the fourth measure, let alone a full track… So an hour of this stuff looped over for 5 years? Come on now, the drugs do not excuse everything. It’s time for a change.
For those whose lifestyle doesn’t involve sporting hoodies to go bang heads against concrete warehouse walls to repetitive music during 10 hours straight: there are many other reasons you might want to download this mix: annoying neighbour, small rodent infestation, wallpaper removal etc.
OK. If you are not into loud repetitive music, this might not really be your thing…
Do not hastily discard the merits of repetitive music… As Mr. Leary used to put it: yes, it is repetitive, but then again, so is sex.
You may wonder where the funk has gone and why the hell I resume that little collection of mine with something so unfriendly to the average ear…
Well, believe me: at the end of a 10 hour deep-house remastering session… no matter how nice the deep vibe is, you definitely feel like playing noisy music. Potentially that kind of noisy music.
Not even sure I’ll end up keeping that mix online, but in the meantime, I figured it couldn’t hurt since it’s been a while…
For good “get high music”, I highly recommend Marcy Playground.
ha! this is interesting. I’m not as into loud repetitive music as “concrete headbangers,” but I can appreciate this, if anything, for its nice title. heh. I’ve been trying to make a mix with similar appeal, and have come up with an interesting group so far: arab strap, leonard cohen, goldfrapp…
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