Well this, and plus it draws attention to the fact that there was no good music out of Britain except dance.
great 'i be realer' patronising claptrap third!
cos that's what yr saying really..
conformist old 'people showing their emotions are weak', dressed up as a load of futurist pabulum, fuck off!
all that aesthetics: faster louder noisier, you're being chased to the increasingly masculinist, affectless margins thinking you've made the big move
in the end, gigantism, monumentalism, fascist aesthetics..
beware of 'visions' that are just capitalist extrapolations, the prolix imagination of the system dreaming its own abstracted continuities, minus pesky real suffering yumans
no heartache with tricky & martina anyway, no feeling as blessedly clearcut as that, it's from inside the suffocated relat, thinking it thru blindly mole-like, feeling only as tangled, sticky headaches
i don't touch zizek, he didn't invent concerns about intersubjectivity obvs
i'm fullstyle libcommie bro. longstanding. si-schooled, aufheben into tc, communisation current, and on...
can't stand corby and and any of his bros. and not in academia and not been anywhere near for decades now.
loada strawmanning but never mind..
don't agree should be brum only but whatevs.
but soz did miss rare groove, and i love the boogie too! especially the weird dubbed out shit:
K Punk best British albums if the '90s
187 Lockdown – 187 Lockdown
Tricky – Pre Millennium Tension
Goldie – Saturnz Return
Massive Attack – Protection
Breakdown Presents: Drum & Bass Selection 3
Suburban Base and Moving Shadow Present The Joint LP
Various – Techsteppin’
The Dark Side: Hardcore Drum and Bass Style (React)
Marvellous Cain – Gun Talk
World of Twist – Quality Street
Tricky – Maxinquaye
Aphex Twin – Selected Ambient Works
Basement Jaxx – Remedy
MBV – Loveless (also here)
Barry Adamson – Soul Murder
Altern 8 – Full on Mask Hysteria
Renegade Soundwave – Soundclash