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#1 User is offline   Gregam530

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 08:30 PM

Any body here who likes electronic dub/reggae/world music should check both these groups out

Shpongle:
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Thievery Corporation:
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Posted 12 October 2012 - 08:30 PM

Thanks Sean!

I have been a huge fan of Shpongle's shamanic/ tribal/ psytrance beats.
If you liked the 3 tracks listed on MySpace, you should check out their other tracks like:

* A New Day to Say Hooray (Original) & (Prometheus Mix)
* My Head Feels like a Frisbee
* Dorset Perception
* Around the world in a Tea Daze
* Once upon the Sea of Blissful Awareness
* Shpongleyes
* Crystal Skulls (Western Rebel Alliance Mix)


If you liked Shpongle, then you might also like another one of my fav psytrancer: Juno Reactor - famous for their music in "The Matrix Reloaded," "Mortal Combat," etc. etc..(just in case, if your ears haven't tasted their addictive beats):

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* Conquistador I (more ambient beats)
* Pistolero
* God is God
* Masters of the Univers (this is what god me hooked to JUNO REACTOR.. )
* Mona Lisa Overdrive
* Conga Fury
* Navras (with East Indian Influence)

PS: Make sure you don't listen to them while driving your car especially: Pistolero, Mona Lisa Overdrive, and Masters of the universe..
If you do, you will surely get a ticket :-P


PS: Sorry, I get too excited when I hear about Shpongle or Juno Reactor.
Never got the opportunity to catch them live.
Look forward to that though.. :-)
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Posted 12 October 2012 - 08:30 PM

i like Thievery too, will check out Shpongle..Oh ya, maybe you'll like Fat Freddy's Drop. Dub/Reggae/Soul stuff, from New-Zealand
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Posted 12 October 2012 - 08:30 PM

Good to hear the kiwi bands getting out about the world as much as they are these days. Fat Freddy's Drop has been bubbling away for a while now but NZers themselves are finally waking up to them -very very cool !
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Posted 12 October 2012 - 08:30 PM

Both Shpongle and Thievery Corporation rock!

Love 356_com has some good stations and offer a wide range of genre of music. Check out this link

_www.live365_com/cgi-bin/directory.cgi?searchdesc=dub


Other than that ?? my all time Favs are Nitin Sawhney, Gotan Project, Transglobal Underground, Zap Mama, Cesaria Evora, Manu Chau??., Alpha Blondie

Not to forget the classics like Tangerine Dreams, Enigma??

These tracks have kinda stuck to my head currently - Om Namashivay by Apache Indian and Ya Ali by Mekaal Hassan Band,. The last dance by Dreadzone

There is another Kiwi band called Blackseeds(?). Couple of their tracks are pretty good while others(on the CD) is alright

Sooo much to listen to and too little time! *sigh*
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