Re: [Hybrid] Airdrawndagger (was: re: Erm... Hip Hip...)
> I got a chance to preview Airdrawndagger (sasha's new one), and I got totell ya mates that I like it. I think it's pretty solid nearly the whole
way through. Let me know if anyone else has an opinion on this one, also if
there are any other good albums to check out (since that news release said
Hybrids next one will probably be out in February!)
>My opinion is that it's the best electronic dance music album in 2002. LSG's
> K, lates from Southern California
new The Hive might come in second. This doesn't include other electronic
music genres. Boards Of Canada has a strong album this year outside the
dance-music genre and there's a lot of others too. Tighter competition
outside the dance scene.
>My opinion is that it's the best electronic dance music album in 2002.Couldn't have put it better myself Antti :) For me it's already possibly
album of the year - full stop. Beautiful...beautiful...beautiful...
Can't wait to hear the new Spooky stuff now as well....
- A bit Northern Exposure like maybe?? It kind of reminds me of that time but
obviously its more up to date. It's like he wished he could produce
everything he played on the Northern Exposure albums including Hybrid's
Symphony - he's almost there now and shown he can produce good stuff but
clearly not as good as Hybrid (yet!)
> personally... im stoked about the album.. im just so glad its notprogressive fodder
- It's funny how everybody was expecting this, but given the flavour of
his first remix (according to MixMag) - Evolution's 'Metropolis'
(Sasha's 'Can't Stop the Feeling' Mix) - which has breaks running
right through it, it's not entirely a surprise.
--- In HybridUK@y..., EvilAlivE@a... wrote:
personally... im stoked about the album.. im just so glad its not
- --- In HybridUK@y..., "Sapna Modi" <smodi@c...> wrote:
> A bit Northern Exposure like maybe?? It kind of reminds me of thattime but
> obviously its more up to date.How much like Northern Exposure?
I liked that album