Find me music like this

luka

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I want to listen to some electronic music that sounds like a door that fits so perfectly to the wall there is no gap perfectly engineered music where everything lines up and leaves no spaces. Really beautiful like a handgun
 

luka

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The pieces slot together exactly so it's a completely smooth plastic or metallic surface
 
Photek and lots of drum and bass, has that kind of precision. not exactly pristine. UR's electro too. Lots of electro, stuff like this

 

luka

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This is a very specific drug thing I heard/imagined once and want to hear again
 

wektor

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No keyhole either it's some type of magic computer key

a little bit magical but fits very well, I enjoy how tightly compressed and pulsating everything is in this tune
hopkins had his moment but went downhill very quickly after
 
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wektor

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also another one from the overdone compression era, would fit an audi commercial, would fit a changa puff
 

wektor

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Too stuttery
I think I get what you mean now, very straight but noticeably folding up, linear, but not curved, I have a vague memory of hearing something like that but my brain might have just made that up

some 16 bar instrumentals have that kind of feeling, it's not even about the sounds used in the arrangement as much as about their dynamics, I'm thinking dry and rising or folding up, simple polygon structures
 

wektor

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this comes close to what I'm thinking about but it's more like squares with rounded off edges, it's too wet, too bouncy
 

wektor

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Got it!
I reckon I was thinking about this tune, the break is segmented and chopped in such a way that does make me think of something very flat, rectangular and metalic folding up
bit by bit, some parts of it more shiny, some rusty, at times a bit of junk slides off the moving up metal plate, at times the folding up happens a little too fast, resulting in bangs and clangs of parts hitting one another.

most importantly, it's dry and very rectangular, just how I was saying
most of the variation comes from the change in gradation, length of the chop, so on,
it is definitely varied but it's like looking at one of these
 
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