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  • NeoOneNil

    Dude, you deleted your Twitter? :-( . .. ...

    13 Dic 2014 Responder
  • m1a100

    3/3: Also, I don't believe he thought about "albums" with The Will to Death or Inside of Emptiness, or other albums he released in 2004. Them all sounds just like a out-there training for future albums, like The Empyrean. It's like how David Lynch's movies are: Lost Highway and Mulholland Dr. just looks like a playful experimentation David have, to finally get some details and throw in a bigger movie, like INLAND EMPIRE. It's a strange comparison, but I hope you get what I'm saying. Flying Lotus releases his albums because he wants them perfectly, which seems to be the contrary of JF. He's in this phase of learning about everything and releases these albums like a defining stage of each learning on his newest stuff. At least, I take them this way but, seriously, I would want all the electronic stuff he made to listen right now.

    19 Jul 2014 Responder
  • m1a100

    2/3: But coming back to the breakcore, I think that the use of breakbeats is a direct influence of the genre. Of course a lot of breakcore uses the same amen break sample everywhere and a lot of producers doesn't even care about textures or total experimentation. Aaron probably gave John a CD with his drum loops and he's using it, training on how to make electronic music and stuff like that. That's what makes me feel a little honored about JF: when he's making his lossy experimentation with different stuff, he releases his albums like they was a training for something. It's never a definitive album. And he isn't really afraid of what he does right or wrong, you know? He already stated on a interview that, different of recording with RHCP, all songs he writes, he records right away, being a good or bad song.

    19 Jul 2014 Responder
  • m1a100

    Now I get some of your points. I indeed think that there is some empty spaces on Frusciante's new stuff, especially on mastering and textural work. But, some of his songs ("Mistakes" and "Crowded" are a huge favorite of mine) sounds like nothing I heard from this kind of music, seriously. His chord progressions and arrangements are amazing to me. Maybe I'm fangirling too much or maybe it's just the happiness to see one of your musical idols to produce songs in one of your favorite genres, like . But JF uses 90s breakbeats samples because his influences are totally closer to breakcore, and breakcore uses a heavy sampling of 90s breakbeats, especially coming from his huge friend Aaron, that makes music under the name Venetian Snares. They seem to be great friends and, while I think that was Aaron who teached Frusciante how to use Renoise, John seems to be the guy who learned Aaron how to sing in his last album, hahaha.

    19 Jul 2014 Responder
  • Kubstofferson

    That's cool... that's why you throw comments out there, to provoke discussion.

    19 Jul 2014 Responder
  • m1a100

    Just saw your shout on JF's shoutbox and I got curious about it. Just wanted to ask: John Frusciante indeed uses the same setup on his albums since 2001. But what about his acoustic/electric songs? He also used the same pedals and guitar setup to record his old albums. That makes the fact that his older music got old quickly? That applies to alternative rock bands, who uses Les Paul guitars, only because they're beautiful and don't really care about the sound? You cited FlyLo in the shout too, but FlyLo* uses the same setup and the same MicroKorg presets in all his albums. His basses and keyboards are all presets from MicroKorg, along with some Reason stuff. Just trying to argument and discuss this here because, in this logic, everyone who uses the same setup to make music, his/her/their music starts to get old quickly. Sorry if I sound arrogant but, as a producer, I'm always interested to talk about it and learn more. *PS: Don't take me wrong, I'm a huge FlyLo fan, hahaha <3

    19 Jul 2014 Responder
  • liquorsetmefree

    The 90s are great for indie rock. what's so bad about p4k?

    3 Abr 2014 Responder
  • hat_and_beard

    Hello, friend! Thank you for added. :)

    3 Abr 2014 Responder
  • NeoOneNil

    20 SFK tracks scrobbled in a row, at least. Dempsey solo and/or co got a gig near you? Are you volunteering to work for them!?! :)

    13 Ene 2014 Responder
  • Themanbehindyou

    Happy New Year!

    1 Ene 2014 Responder
  • LeChatRave

    Hi Friend! ''A sweet NOLA's gumbo'' is the summer page on LeChatRave's site - It's about New Orleans's jazz today (link to the site on top of my Last.FM page) Friendly:))) (I've relooked my australian page ''Oh my kangaroo'': adds, players and videos)

    23 Jun 2013 Responder
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    22 Ene 2013 Responder
  • rogerjazzfan

    Hi, friend. I see you listen to Far Cry by Eric Dolphy. Superb album! I will add this gem to my library as soon as possible! Greetings from Brasil by Roger.

    25 Nov 2012 Responder
  • rogerjazzfan

    Hi, friend. Yes! Monk's Dream it's one of my favorite albums of all times. A hug by Roger ;-)

    21 Nov 2012 Responder
  • rogerjazzfan

    Thanks for the add!

    17 Nov 2012 Responder
  • beautifuldriver

    Hi, yes, i was surprised to learn that we are "super". :)

    14 Oct 2012 Responder
  • beautifuldriver

    Hello back. Thanks for the ad . I like your taste in music

    27 Sep 2012 Responder
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