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Postby VOL-E » 12 Apr 2016, 15:03

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VOL-E:Any info about new Avicii album? Or its just rumours?


He announced his retirement like a week ago dude..


But all those ID's what he played, wont be released? Don't think so...
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Postby Malgranda » 12 Apr 2016, 15:22

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He announced his retirement like a week ago dude..

Isn't he only retiring from dj'ing / touring?
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Postby Tritta » 12 Apr 2016, 15:22

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He announced his retirement like a week ago dude..

Isn't he only retiring from dj'ing / touring?


Yep, only from DJing
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Postby Malgranda » 12 Apr 2016, 15:28

Also some of that 'transitions' (which are basically non-existent) in Carnage's Miami set are just cringe-worthy :\
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Postby Emre » 12 Apr 2016, 15:29

Malgranda:Also some of that 'transitions' (which are basically non-existent) in Carnage's Miami set are just cringe-worthy :\


Agree lol. Tho a lot of the big names don't mix that good. They're more like producers on stage. :\
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Postby Tritta » 12 Apr 2016, 16:04

If u mean the way he suddenly cuts a track to another drop, that's the way I do some transitions too, so I can put at least 30 tracks (and even more) in an hour
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Postby ceero » 12 Apr 2016, 16:07

Thats not djing, thats pushing play/stop.
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Postby Tritta » 12 Apr 2016, 16:20

ceero:Thats not djing, thats pushing play/stop.


Call it what u want but it's still the best way to mix Trap and Mainstream EDM (imo). I actually dislike long transitions like in Techno or Early Hardstyle but I know there are some purists here, so I guess it's a matter of taste. That's why I enjoy way more a Jack Ü kind of set than your average Hardstyle set (no offence to Hardstyle, don't misinterpret) :P
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Postby Malgranda » 12 Apr 2016, 16:36

Might work for some tracks but not when you kinda try to mash-up multiple tracks like Carnage did in his set, it just completely destroys the flow in my opinion.
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Postby VOL-E » 12 Apr 2016, 16:54

This kinda style of mixing is okay for dnb, not sure about other styles, but for sure you can check some old Noisia sets perhaps, they always make mash-ups with 2 or 3 tracks, sounds awesome!
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Postby John Cove » 12 Apr 2016, 17:31

I totally dislike the sets from Snake/Dillon Francis/Skrillex & co. It's just a big mess of genres, each track played for 30 seconds. No flow.
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Postby Tritta » 12 Apr 2016, 17:44

John Cove:I totally dislike the sets from Snake/Dillon Francis/Skrillex & co. It's just a big mess of genres, each track played for 30 seconds. No flow.


These are the ones I prefer haha, I love when you go from House to Moombahton/Twerk to Trap to Dubstep to DNB...
And of course a tracklist of 50 tracks an hour :P

And that's the way I play too. And people go apeshit haha :D

But of course I think you shouldn't only have this kind of sets in a party, like one or two.
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Postby ceero » 12 Apr 2016, 17:46

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ceero:Thats not djing, thats pushing play/stop.


Call it what u want but it's still the best way to mix Trap and Mainstream EDM (imo). I actually dislike long transitions like in Techno or Early Hardstyle but I know there are some purists here, so I guess it's a matter of taste. That's why I enjoy way more a Jack Ü kind of set than your average Hardstyle set (no offence to Hardstyle, don't misinterpret) :P

Well ofc you can enjoy it but there is as much art to that kind of djing as to put together a youtube playlist, my mom could do that kind of djing really. Listen to some Ruthless, Eddie Halliwell, Richie Hawtin or Seth Troxler mix, honestly i have even more joy from listening to their mixing skills than listening to the music itself, there is nothing like a dj who can put a proper mix together and show some skills. Djing is an art just like playing a guitar but with tools like Carnage are completely dehonesting it. No wonder that pretty much every music scene outside dance music laughs at djs and dont consider them actual musicians.
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Postby Tritta » 12 Apr 2016, 17:51

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ceero:Thats not djing, thats pushing play/stop.


Call it what u want but it's still the best way to mix Trap and Mainstream EDM (imo). I actually dislike long transitions like in Techno or Early Hardstyle but I know there are some purists here, so I guess it's a matter of taste. That's why I enjoy way more a Jack Ü kind of set than your average Hardstyle set (no offence to Hardstyle, don't misinterpret) :P

Well ofc you can enjoy it but there is as much art to that kind of djing as to put together a youtube playlist, my mom could do that kind of djing really. Listen to some Ruthless, Eddie Halliwell, Richie Hawtin or Seth Troxler mix, honestly i have even more joy from listening to their mixing skills than listening to the music itself, there is nothing like a dj who can put a proper mix together and show some skills. Djing is an art just like playing a guitar but with tools like Carnage are completely dehonesting it. No wonder that pretty much every music scene outside dance music laughs at djs and dont consider them actual musicians.


I do agree though, there are not much popular DJs I would actually call great DJs (Laidback Luke, MAKJ and TJR are pretty great popular DJs imo) but I focus more on the tracklisting and the hype they make than the actual skills. But ur post is completely right, gotta admit.
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Postby dolanpls » 12 Apr 2016, 20:54

I fucking love kutskis work. 100 tracks in an hour is mad, and he pulls that off with ease
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