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Updated on Saturday, December 7

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QUESTION: Any deep/acid house, drum and bass, trap fans out there? Who do yall listen to these days?

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  1. I don't know if I'm outdated but I've been in love with Flume, Sonnse, Das Kapital and Phonotek lately

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  2. OP here.
    Flume's pretty sick. Never heard of the others. I'm really into Kaytranada, Cashmere Cat, Ryan Hemsworth, Disclosure, RL Grime, Stooki Sound and Diplo right now.

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  3. I'm a trap fan, but I think you mean something different.

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    1. What do you mean?

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    2. I think OP was talking about all those different genres not one specifically. Not having an "and" in front of trap may be confusing to some

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  4. I've gotta say, Flume is pretty meh for me. Lots of artists doing similar things and I'm surprised that he's the one that blew up. I like your taste OP, just saw Kaytranada last month at the Hoxton. I've been listening to a lot of TNGHT, Hudson Mohawke, Rustie, and SCNTST.

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    1. Flumes got some good stuff. His one Disclosure remix is sick. Nice, I was at the show as well. Sick set. I love TNGHT too but they're trying too hard to be exclusive and not putting enough stuff out to keep me listening. Hudson is dope, saw him a few times and same with his TNGHT partner Lunice. Rustie is pretty good and never heard of SCNTST; I'll check him out though. Do you like Baauer or RL Grime at all? They're doing a B2B at the Hoxton on the 30th, going to be live.

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    2. I like your taste as well!

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    3. Thanks! I agree with TNGHT, they need to put out more music, but they're probably working on a lot of stuff now that they're working with Kanye, especially Hudmo. SCNTST is really great, 19 year old German who's doing some amazing industrial techno stuff. Tbh, I've liked what I've heard, but I guess I've been sleeping on them a bit. And yeah that seems sick, too bad I'm busy/it's sold out.

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    4. I honestly hate that Hudmo is working with Kanye. This new Kanye is a dickhead. Hudmo's been making a lot of moves lately. Yeah I checked him out, and he's pretty good, raw sound but it's good. Check out karma kid, you might like him

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    5. I'm just happy for Hudmo and the recognition he's getting. As long as he keeps making great music, I guess it doesn't really bother me. Hmm looked up some of his songs, it's chill but not entirely a unique sound to me. Btw what are your thoughts on the Brainfeeder children (aka Flylo, Tokimonsta, etc) and Onra and Ta-ku? I'm really digging their style right now.

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    6. Yeah I'm happy for him but I don't need him becoming too self entitled. Nothing original under the sun, everyone's sound is similar here and there. But fair. Yeah, love lotus saw him at sound academy in the summer but Tokimonsta took some time for me to get into. Onra is dope; his boiler room got me hooked. Taku is the man; really underrated in my mind

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  5. I've been listening to mostly mixes/ radio shows as of recent; a little bit of Four Tet, couple boiler room mixes as well
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEjHxIrytUw
    http://www.deepvibes.co.uk/tempsite/index.php

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    1. Yeah same, I'm mostly into mixes these days. A lot of boiler room ones but I'm selective about them. Also LFTF mixes, Diplo and Friends, SSENSE and some others. They're my go to mixes. The YouTube channels Majestic Casual and Selected are good too; a lot of sweet stuff on those.

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    2. ^Eton Messy is pretty good too

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    3. @5b.

      Yeah, definitely agree with that

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    4. 5 here, I like those too

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  6. deep house: maya jane coles, hot since 82

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  7. I listen to some deep house and some old jungle type tracks but in general don't really care for drum and bass and don't listen to any trap

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  8. I dig your style. DnB and Trap are also good

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  9. We all need to hang out!

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    1. Haha, I need more people who are into the edm I'm into not the conventional house everyone else likes

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  10. Someone make a list of djs that are relevant to the genres stated or even ones worth checking out. I could use it

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    1. DNB (I don't listen to much of it? there is different sub genres) : Atlantic Connection, Redeyes, Calibre, Grafix, Chase & Status, London Elektricity

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    2. Deephouse (its really based on how deep your willing to go) : Heidi , Kyle Hall, Nick Holder Jaidene Veda, Jimpster, Theo Parrish, Omar S, Matthew Herbert, Overcast Sounds

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    3. 10 here.

      Personally I'm fairly new to it and like disclosure so not too deep I guess, just stuff similar to that

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    4. Hey 10, I'm not to familiar with Disclosure's stuff, but maybe try ViLLAGE, Bondax
      Mount Kimbie http://youtu.be/OYNr-wOpu_M

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  11. QUEEN NICKI MINAJ ALL DAY ERRRDAY

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  12. I am listening to Sad Boys. Yung Lean, Yung Sherman. Yung Gud. I highly recommend them. You can find it on Soundcloud.

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    1. OP.
      Haha, they're jokes. Hurt is a great tune. Check out suicideyear the guy who produced "hurt". He's got some dope sounds. Any one like Tommy Kruise? Dude's got some tunes

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  13. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E1JJd3DZLVE&feature=youtu.be

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  14. https://soundcloud.com/rlgrime/rl-grime-triple-j-mix

    Trap artists make good deephouse

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  15. https://soundcloud.com/glover-1/grab-the-wall-lftf

    The original is pretty good too but the remix is tight.

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  16. Eh, I'm liking this thread. People with tastes like mine. Where y'all at?

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  17. Speaking about all this, I remember when Beta opened in Waterloo, I thought they were going to play this type of stuff every now and then, but it seems like they're sticking to the top 40/ generic house music

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    1. I hear you. I've asked them a few times whether they'd ever change it up but they told me there isn't enough of a demand in the university town for them to fill the room so they stay clear of it. I'm sure there's enough demand though

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