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  1. Quality Techno/Electro from Gnork. The Lost in X (Earth Plates) EP came out at the start of the year. The remix of CT Kidobo is more recent. His sound has all the things I like - lush pads, acid squelches, classic breakbeats and 808s. Definitely check out last year's Earth Plates Vol.1 EP for more of the same. https://blorpmusic.bandcamp.com/album/gnork-lost-in-x-earth-plates https://blorpmusic.bandcamp.com/track/b2-asymmetrical-ingroup-bias-gnork-remix
  2. Red Sparrow - 2/5 Pleasant on the eye, but overly long and complicated and ultimately a bit dull.
  3. Classic. What’s your disco mix for? Is it online?
  4. This is also a cracker.
  5. I had the 12" single of that. Excellence indeed. Had it on a CD compilation too, but they faded it out before the halfway mark! Just took delivery of a Drum & Bass CD bundle over the weekend, including some big names like Goldie & Roni Size / Reprazent, but also some stuff I'm not familiar with. Looking forward to digging in now I've ripped them all.
  6. That statement was basically hyperbole, but it wasn’t supposed to come across as me having a dig at her!
  7. Not forgetting his earlier efforts in a more happy hardcore style Best thing Lisa Stansfield's ever been on!
  8. Nookie is excellent. Recently discovered this Tek 9 remix, which is great. Similar vibes to his own classic Only You. Tek 9 - Slow Down (Nookie Remix) Nookie - Only You
  9. Finished chapter 3 today. Loving it!
  10. Picked this up in the sale last night and played the prologue and first chapter. Really enjoyed it, both the gameplay and the presentation. Playing some more was the first thing I wanted to do this morning when I woke up. Did chapter 2, tried the b-side level but stopped as I think I’ll go back to them when I finish the main game. Got distracted on chapter 3 by the Pico-8 mini game. Which I just about managed to finish. I was ready to give up at 2800m but I checked a video on YouTube and pressed on when I saw that 3000m was the summit. That’s probably the most challenging thing I’ve played for
  11. This is on today, for those that didn't already know. I just bought a few bits from blorp music. Techno/House/Breakbeat/Acid https://blorpmusic.bandcamp.com/album/gnork-lost-in-x-earth-plates https://blorpmusic.bandcamp.com/album/v-a-earth-plates-vol-1 https://blorpmusic.bandcamp.com/track/b2-asymmetrical-ingroup-bias-gnork-remix
  12. I agree with Treble - games are games (just like music is music). I'm sure there are more than enough new games released each month for my Switch/PS4 that would keep me entertained, but I do enjoy setting up the CRT and retro consoles to play old favourites and stuff I missed back in the day. My favourite thing about retro games is the pick up and play nature of them. I like not needing to remember where I was or what I was doing last time I played. I also prefer pixel art to polygons and chiptunes to scores.
  13. Can anybody explain why there is a rock in the sea at Martha’s Landing beach? I used the ice pillars to get to the edge of the map, which is my location in the second photo, but I have no idea how to interact with the object. I have a feeling I have seen one somewhere else on the map also.
  14. Not yet. Lots to catch up on from this page.
  15. @Art Vandelay @Camel My crusty mp3 of The Deele was from a collection of MF DOOM samples, going by the tags. I'm not familiar with that particular MF DOOM track/album though. The New Birth track was tagged as a De La Soul sample (Palms Out Sounds sample Wednesday #16). I'm sure it's been used many times! The Spinners track you posted has also been on rotation recently (from the same MF DOOM sample collection) - it's a nice track.
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