|Originally posted by Meat187 |
What lunacy exactly?
Of course I was trolling about Northern Exposure (although I do think it's somewhat bland), but I insist on the points that buying music on vinyl is as hipster as it gets. Whether one hates hipster or not is of course another story. And I also think that saying real DJs spin vinyl only is incredibly pretentious.
Most of those tracks are 20 years old, were only ever released on vinyl and are rare as fuck. The NE vinyl pack is by far the best place to get hold of them if you want to play those tracks out.
And hipsters listening to '90s progressive house? Yeah right.
> Live @ J00F Editions, 30.03.13 [Chill Out]
> Time & Space [Mixtape]
> Ain't Nothing Going On But The Funk [Breakbeat Classics]
> The Singularity [Drum & Bass]
> Distant Places [Progressive Trance]
I Am Not A Music Journalist.