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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedster View Post
    Would quite expect dubstep to be irritating for most anyone over 40, especially this cut, but when I looked up and saw the title after randomizing on 70 Tidal songs, I chuckled and posted despite the slight irritation to me as well.
    There is a great musical divide in my house between me (47) and my much better half (39). She would probably like this, while I'm with 32t, so you're probably on to something there!

    That being said, I too love exploring new music, and generally prefer most anything to the over-produced stuff that program directors seem to favour. And one of the great things about music is that if you try something and it isn't to your liking, you'll never run out of alternatives to explore. YMMV indeed!
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    Feed Me - "I Do Coke"

    At least the lyrics ought to earn an approving chuckle.$ Only need listen to less than a half-minute or so to get th gist of this dance tune.



    $=? (i do coke,...so i can work longer,....so i can earn more,...so I can do more coke)
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    I can understand the lyrics and is the number one thing I look for in music.
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    Coca-Cola Amatil should use the track for an ad
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    Quote Originally Posted by 32t View Post
    I can understand the lyrics and is the number one thing I look for in music.
    Most of these guys are creating music as one man synthesizer show, so lyrics may be sparse or missing entirely . Only a few of the songs from Feed Me had any lyrics, and that 'i do coke' one just cracked me up good.

    On a related note, check out this technology. Teenage Engineering OP-1 from Sweden. $2,500 award-winning, portable synthesizer I ran across are article.



    OMG, after watching the expert put this machine through its paces, I am astonished by the tactile focused design. Damn, no wonder it took so many awards.
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    Awesome device ! I wouldn't mind playing around with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by onimaru55 View Post
    Awesome device ! I wouldn't mind playing around with that.
    Another really cool one worth checking out, Oz. Synthstrom Audible // Deluge.

    Oh all those pretty colors. I want to delve into music here soon and thought about getting a Yamaha keyboard but THIS piece technological wizardly seems infinitely more appealing to the (computer) geek in me.

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    You should check this one out as well. It's also from Teenage engineering.
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    One of the guys I used to hone for was into "Garage". Yes he was from UK
    I was never into synth. music but I think I'm getting more open minded as I age


    I like this one
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