If this isnt electronic album of the decade, then what is?

Nathan Jackson
Nathan Jackson

If this isnt electronic album of the decade, then what is?

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William Sanders
William Sanders

r+7

Aaron Fisher
Aaron Fisher

my diary desu

Chase Edwards
Chase Edwards

It's a great album, but I thought Autechre's Elseq was much more impressive.

OPN makes interesting music, but I think he's an over-hyped golden boy. I feel like he came around during a time when critics needed to latch onto an artist and crown him.

Christopher Ortiz
Christopher Ortiz

Luxury Problems.

Dominic Richardson
Dominic Richardson

opn is lauded for good reason. he's the best at blending human emotion and electronics together seamlessly.

Jaxson Cooper
Jaxson Cooper

Elseq seems quantity over quality tbqh

Alexander Ross
Alexander Ross

youtube.com/watch?v=iTjn1d-d2II

I'm liking this more than GoD

Carson Richardson
Carson Richardson

Ghettoville IMO.
Exai is better.

Gavin Phillips
Gavin Phillips

It's definitely his forte, but his techniques aren't particularly impressive to me. It's a lot of nostalgia-laden samples, loops and arpeggiation--nothing extraordinary. His ideas are solid tho.

Adrian Ortiz
Adrian Ortiz

budget James Ferraro

Xavier Phillips
Xavier Phillips

I've tried getting into autechre but I just can't. it's very skilful but just seems to me like technical wankery

Jayden Green
Jayden Green

i think GoD is the most organic-sounding record he's put out so far. i don't think he's a revolutionary or anything, and that's a lot to ask from any artist anyway. but he makes decent records.

like, i don't feel "nostalgic" listening to GoD. i just feel immersed. not mind-blown, but immersed enough.

Gabriel Flores
Gabriel Flores

Fair enough. They always manage to sound like the future to me. Always ahead of the curve. That's incredibly rare for any kind of musician who's been around as long as Autechre has.

Austin Sanchez
Austin Sanchez

ywn go back to 2015 Sup Forums when this album was hyped as fuck and everyone was having fun listening to it

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Logan Hughes
Logan Hughes

Yeah, GoD is definitely not as heavy on the nostalgia as his previous albums. Immersive is a good way to describe it.

Tyler Morales
Tyler Morales

I was sort of ambivalent towards OPN, but I saw him play live and it was incredible. I didn't fully get what he was doing until then

Christian Young
Christian Young

try wanting to go back to 2009 when MPP leaked and you still had a few months of carefree high school left to belt out the lyrics to bluish from the manual windows of your 2001 honda civic while skipping class

Jaxon Carter
Jaxon Carter

anyone that doesn't think opn is one of the best going around needs to watch this

youtube.com/watch?v=nKBrYZ6lKsg

Julian Ward
Julian Ward

pieceohshit point nevermadeanythinggood

Chase Morris
Chase Morris

Now that you mention it, I remember seeing a few YouTube videos of OPN live that made me think of him as more of a complete artist rather than just a musician.

Luis Reyes
Luis Reyes

this is real nice

Josiah James
Josiah James

Easily

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Noah Jenkins
Noah Jenkins

tfw never had friends or went to parties so my fondest memory of high school is time spent shitposting on this board

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Jaxon Jones
Jaxon Jones

you've got your whole life ahead of you, user.

Ian Ross
Ian Ross

[spoiler]Potato kino best kino[/spoiler]

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Josiah Brown
Josiah Brown

Passed Me By is the best thing he did tho

Matthew Lewis
Matthew Lewis

This one pleb

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Landon Miller
Landon Miller

Same for the first half, except I spent my adolescence playing Maplestory and TF2, coulda been worse it was fun
tfw don't want to grow up at 21 because i never experienced what it was like to be a teenager or actually develop socially, but i know i have to

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Leo Gomez
Leo Gomez

It should at least be vidya instead of shitposting user

Isaac Edwards
Isaac Edwards

it's the most of feels, man

Julian Bennett
Julian Bennett

Exai
Splazsh
ISAM
Galaxy Garden
R Plus Seven
Reassemblage

Ethan Foster
Ethan Foster

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Matthew Wilson
Matthew Wilson

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Blake Murphy
Blake Murphy

Dude I agree, Exai is so fucking good. When compared to the four hour beast that is elseq Exai's, uhh, conciseness (if that's a word) puts it above

Jacob Green
Jacob Green

he's the best at blending human emotion and electronics together seamlessly
OPN's emotions are the equivalent of a bad 80's soap drama.

Christopher Sanders
Christopher Sanders

it's definitely one of the best OP but I would put product by sophie ahead of it in terms of like "importance"

Levi Fisher
Levi Fisher

this decade has been incredibly shit for electronic music tbfh

Zachary Garcia
Zachary Garcia

It might just be that desu

does Tim Hecker count?

Isaac Hall
Isaac Hall

lol ok

Cameron Russell
Cameron Russell

glad you agree

Blake Thompson
Blake Thompson

Yup

Austin Brooks
Austin Brooks

sure. just throw it out there

Thomas Wright
Thomas Wright

1. Burial - Kindred
2. Deepchord Presents Echospace - Liumin
3. Oneohtrix Point Never - R Plus 7
4. Nmesh / t e l e p a t h テレパシー能力者 - ロストエデンへのパス
5. Andy Stott - Luxury Problems

Logan Thompson
Logan Thompson

pretty good list user

Caleb Powell
Caleb Powell

*loops synth arps until they sound layered*
*chops and screws 00s pop*
*randomizes MIDI*
this is music..................................................................................................... this is art

Nolan Watson
Nolan Watson

Just came out

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Blake Brown
Blake Brown

I might go with this then

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Joseph Taylor
Joseph Taylor

holy fuck how did I forget about liumin

Grayson Lewis
Grayson Lewis

not that guy but I always thought it was like 2008 or something

Isaac Bell
Isaac Bell

listen to eccojams more

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Robert Hall
Robert Hall

I feel like Elseq is much better than Exai. I feel like Exai is so intense with no breaks, it wears you out I personally get fatigued a little over halfway in.

Elseq, however, is split up into five parts and with plenty of nice ambient bits to space everything out, like Eastre and Pendulu Casual. Even though it's twice as long as Exai it feels half as exhausting. As Deep Cuts put it, on Elseq Autechre aren't so concerned with showing off their technical ability as they are just putting you in another place for a while.

Elseq also has elyc6 0nset and Foldfree Casual, two of their best tracks since Sublimit.

Jaxson Hall
Jaxson Hall

This thread has way too many feels in

Jackson Phillips
Jackson Phillips

when do you find time to listen to all 5 elseqs?
and how would you rank them?

Joshua Smith
Joshua Smith

I mean there's still good stuff out there (every decade has good material) but as far as this decade's influential things go, artists like OPN, Sophie and their derivatives just aren't my thing

Not to mention EDM exploding in America killed and quality in mainstream electronic music whatsoever.

I've felt those feels some 3-4 years ago, I'm nothing but a walking shell now.

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Mason Brown
Mason Brown

listens to Oversteps once
youtube.com/watch?v=D02sKo-ot1o

Mason Martinez
Mason Martinez

I’d say elseq 1-5 too. Beast of an album, I don’t think I’ve ever heard anything like it.

Asher Anderson
Asher Anderson

Not aotd but I'd put it up there with GOD. I found out about bb along with opn during the vaporwave days in early 2010s. and as much of a fan of original Vaporwave as I still am, it's been nice to see these artists break away from that scene and pursue new sounds.

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Jackson Gomez
Jackson Gomez

Staple of viral marketing for sure.

Cameron Jones
Cameron Jones

/lit/ pls

Aaron Perry
Aaron Perry

u got a problame m8? :^)

jk I love u

Jaxon Harris
Jaxon Harris

This was literally Sup Forums in 2012. That and 'Floral Shoppe'

Austin Price
Austin Price

it is

Leo Ward
Leo Ward

I take it an Elseq at a time, as I think was intended with the way the released it.

And probably 5>4>2>1>3, not to say 3 is even close to trash, Mesh Cinereal is still amazing and Eastre is great

My favorites from each Elseq are probably Pendulu hv Moda, elyc6 0nset, Mesh Cinereal, Foldree Casual, and Freulaeux

Luke Harris
Luke Harris

electronic
album
lmao dude

Dylan Reyes
Dylan Reyes

oh hey Sup Forums showed up on the front page for once, wonder what this could be
same 2 deep 4 u shit adult swim hipster shit that's been felated on here since time immemorial
Just once Sup Forums do I wish you would be somewhat relatable.

Nicholas Hall
Nicholas Hall

how would you put it?

James Hernandez
James Hernandez

whoa.. leave.
this album is not "deep"

Jacob King
Jacob King

I honestly think this would be AOTD. R+7 and GOD are definitely awesome but, personally speaking for me it's this

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Jacob Nelson
Jacob Nelson

if going that route, it's this

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Liam Sullivan
Liam Sullivan

twist ending

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Julian Martinez
Julian Martinez

seconded

Grayson Morris
Grayson Morris

This actually. My favorite vaporwave artists are the ones who don't make vaporwave

Owen Hernandez
Owen Hernandez

At least there's some semblance of discussion going on. That should make you happy no matter what you think of this music

Juan Baker
Juan Baker

Agreed. Truly a fascinating little morsel of 2010's culture vaporwave has been. OPN's Ecco Jams were phenomenal as an experiment in sound but as soon as the sound became an established style 'vaporwave' became a wasteland of uncreative blasé garbage.
Blank Banshee intelligently only ever teetered on the edge of that style (if at all) without a doubt, an easy way to gain an audience on his part. but nonetheless I enjoy both artists.

Nathaniel Cook
Nathaniel Cook

it was over in 2010 senpai

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Julian Jackson
Julian Jackson

Not really the type of style when i say "electronic"

Jason Stewart
Jason Stewart

the true patrish choice

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Benjamin Thompson
Benjamin Thompson

This is the best Aphex Twin album honestly. It reaches a consistency, maturity and level of sound design he never even got close to before Syro. A good mix of his melodic, rhythmic and sound engineering chops

Landon Morgan
Landon Morgan

Embarrassing thread as always

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Jordan Martin
Jordan Martin

This album was like a mostly forgettable flavor of the week. Your opinion is incorrect.

Levi Bailey
Levi Bailey

Feels like most of the tracks couldve evolved more. Really cool ideas tho.

Kevin Ward
Kevin Ward

First track is a 25 second intro track of inaudible speaking
Second track is a 35 second loop of someone else's song
aotd

Sorry senpai. Less filler more killer

Ryder Green
Ryder Green

user...

Hunter Rivera
Hunter Rivera

Yeah for some reason all the filler toward the front of the album stood out to me and is the reason I never listen to this anymore. Unlike R+7 which I come back to time and time again, I enjoyed GOD when it was released but have more or less forgotten about it.

Samuel Brooks
Samuel Brooks

Not to mention EDM exploding in America killed and quality in mainstream electronic music whatsoever.
quality electronic music has never ever been mainstream, except maybe during the 90s when stuff like aphex twin and prodigy were playing on mtv, and even then they were only played in the middle of the night
don't even say the 80s, the 80s were shit for music in general

Nicholas Nelson
Nicholas Nelson

Andy Stott is complete pleb. Aphex Twin fell off my radar long ago. OPN has worn on me, but no doubt has some gems. Arca doesn't do good albums, but for me he's the most refreshing artist of the decade.

Autechre's Oversteps was still probably EAOTD for me.

Austin Nguyen
Austin Nguyen

10/10 Electronic Avant Ambient Pop masterpiece.

It’s funny that she also used to date Daniel too.

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Benjamin Morgan
Benjamin Morgan

one of the most influential dance albums of the 2010s is flavour of the month because it didn't receive praise form Fantano and P4K, and because it wasn't memable enough

Joshua Martin
Joshua Martin

nigga I listen to exclusively electronic music and I have no idea what that shit is

Cameron Lee
Cameron Lee

Jesus Christ this thread is sub pleb tier

Carter Edwards
Carter Edwards

that album is responsible for pc music and arca you culturless pleb

Brandon Nguyen
Brandon Nguyen

No, it's just mostly forgettable. I'm not so sure it was particularly influential either. Care to name some artists who were specifically influenced by it?

Levi Ward
Levi Ward

I love electronic music - Aphex Twin, OPN, Grimes the list goes on...
Is this you?

Owen Rivera
Owen Rivera

I kinda like Movement better, but I know I'm wrong.

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Camden Murphy
Camden Murphy

This album never gets any love. Shameful.

m.youtube.com/watch?v=4TeixP4TI5E

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Samuel Ross
Samuel Ross

The sounds on this are a solid decade ahead of its time

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Oliver Wright
Oliver Wright

PC Music, Night Slugs, FKA Twigs, Jamie xx and every contemporary British producer

Carter Harris
Carter Harris

You guys are wasting time arguing over taste.
Listen to this and shut the fuck up:
youtube.com/watch?v=1Tpweigp5kw

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Josiah Young
Josiah Young

haha, nice one

Eli Hughes
Eli Hughes

They just happen to sound similar. They were all riding a similar wave. I highly doubt any of those artists would mention Jam City as a major influence lol

James Moore
James Moore

The music is low tier but I will admit the sound design is gorgeous.

Anthony Torres
Anthony Torres

thats pretty gnarly

Lucas Scott
Lucas Scott

Wow, this is tight. Haven't thought about Alex Smoke in quite a while.

Zachary Williams
Zachary Williams

my man. Ghettoville is legit my favorite album period.

Leo Allen
Leo Allen

James Ferraro is superior in every way.
Also, R+7 > GoD

human emotion
Hmm. Most of his post-eccojams output seems to me like it's meant as a sonic equivalent of the uncanny valley. I wouldn't call it human or even emotional music

Hudson Sanchez
Hudson Sanchez

correct

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Easton Gonzalez
Easton Gonzalez

What the FUCK, are there pics of them smooching or making weird ass music together?

Christopher Reed
Christopher Reed

daniel lopatin is a treasure on this earth

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Wyatt Taylor
Wyatt Taylor

I don't know about album, but this is the choon of the decade
youtube.com/watch?v=ivV7t5_Rm9M

Justin Torres
Justin Torres

I think it's probably Andy Scott's seminal masterpiece "google dubtechno now"

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Jacob Cruz
Jacob Cruz

The fact that so many Sup Forumstants still use the term ''electronic music'' only tells you how far Sup Forums still is from becoming a serious music board. Europeans have long recognized that their is no similarity between all the genres lumped together except for the plug attached to some of the instruments yet Sup Forums still persists. Good music boards rank the highly different genres and their subgenres yet Sup Forums still calls them all elelctronic. Sup Forums is still blinded by rockism: it all ''sounds the same'' and the instruments have plugs (not true, by the way), therefore it must all be the same genre. Europeans grow up listening to a lot of ''electronically produced'' music of the past, other boards grow up listening to a lot of ''electronically produced'' music of the past. Sup Forumstants are often totally ignorant of the ''electronically produced'' music of the past or anything past rock, they barely know the best sellers. No wonder they will think that ''electronic'' is a genre.

Musique concrete
EAI / Onkyo
Turntable / tape music
Electronic rock crossover
Ambient
Hip hop
Dub
Downtempo / Chillout
Chillwave / Vaporwave / Internet genres
Techno and many subs
House and many subs
UK Garage and many subs
Trance and many subs
Breaks and many subs
EDM
Drone
Noise
Industrial
EBM
Synthpop

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Evan Young
Evan Young

Shut up that is really dumb

Luis Green
Luis Green

proving the point

Levi Garcia
Levi Garcia

He is right, you don't see "what's the best guitar music" threads and no, just because you know it's just Sup Forums fawning over the same Ambient and Abstract Techno doesn't excuse the abundance of umbrella terms.

Julian Martinez
Julian Martinez

Vaporwave does not deserve to even be spoken of. Keep the reddit teir language to a minimum. I don’t give a shit what you call it but if it beeps it won’t fuckin matter in 100 years when there’s 10000 more genres “created” which only seem to exist in a vacuum in time that is totally irrelevant in the scheme of things. The music that really matters is the shit the connects with people individually and if it doesn’t do this I don’t regard it as good music which is the most important “genre” there is

Andrew Murphy
Andrew Murphy

That sounds like some retarded Youtube pasta.

Matthew Cook
Matthew Cook

Lurk more

Josiah Lee
Josiah Lee

Lurk Youtube more faggot

Jose Ward
Jose Ward

You’re running out of arguments now

Brandon Diaz
Brandon Diaz

You haven't produced any at all.

Parker Bell
Parker Bell

stop it or I'm bite your teeth

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