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  1. Cupe

    Just arrived

    Hi m8 welcome @PrideShift
  2. Cupe

    UK Hard Dance / Techno

    All good dude Welcome!
  3. Fixed the post so the embed worked
  4. Cupe

    Cupe needs a new PC build

    Gonna get a fresh SSD for the new tower. The rest of the drives just have shit on them
  5. Cupe

    Cupe needs a new PC build

    yeah but I'm leaving everything in my old tower so it can still run
  6. Cupe

    Cupe needs a new PC build

    So this is what it's at @Scottie @Mitch @BeatLeSS Case: https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Cases/ATX/57222-FD-CA-DEF-R5-BK (This is pretty good, has number of bays i need, looks sick) CPU: https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/CPU/AMD-Socket-AM4/71983-YD2600BBAFBOX (Any other suggestions for better/cheaper from another store in Melb? PCG?) RAM: https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Memory/DDR4/65348-HX432C16PB3K2-16 or https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Memory/DDR4/67740-F4-3200C14D-16GFX (got any other suggestions? Can buy from another place or online if it's cheaper/better) MB: https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Motherboards/AMD-Socket-AM4/72502-X470-GAMING-PRO-CARBON or https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Motherboards/AMD-Socket-AM4/72495-X470-Taichi (Still open to any suggestions/other stores/models) GFX: Going to use my existing GeForce GTX 1060 6GB HDD: Use existing (1 SSD with OS on, 7 HDDs to be mounted internally) PSU: Need a new one. Mad power plus as quiet as possible Then a billion cords I guess.
  7. Cupe

    UK Hard Dance / Techno

    Updated post to fix soundcloud preview.
  8. Cupe

    Need help uploading videos

    What scottie said. We don't host video bandwidth on the site so just link from YouTube
  9. Talk about a blistering release pace… it was only three weeks ago that Deathpact put out their debut EP, Cipher One, and they’re already back with a follow-up single, “Formality.” Many would take a little time to allow an EP to really marinade in the minds of fans, but Deathpact’s strategy seems to be to overload with flavor. Unfortunately, I’m not entirely sure that strategy is working in Deathpact’s favor here. There’s very little to set “Formality” apart from any of the tracks that came before it, aside from some quirky samples and a goofy rhythm. It still fits neatly into that midtempo/electro sound that he’s been pushing since the beginning, and there doesn’t seem to be much growth sonically. That being said, fans of the Deathpact sound are sure to be pleased with another quality track in the same vein as those that have come before it. Listen to “Formality” below.  This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: DEATHPACT Returns With New Single “FORMALITY” Source
  10. Hannah Wants is on top of her game and it’s easy to hear it — with her single “Close To You” fresh off her brand new record label, Etiquette. Having established herself as one of the biggest names in dance music, the DJ/producer has consistently delivered on an impressive collection of dance records. She has rocked her own BBC Radio 1 residency and headlined countless clubs and festivals across the world. Running a record label is an intuitive next step that only cements her impact on the industry thus far. Hannah’s newly launched imprint Etiquette serves as the outlet for her latest release. The six-plus-minute journey packaged as “Close To You” shows off a mature soundscape, but packs much edge. Soon enough, Hannah will follow up with another self-release, “You Keep Comin,” before continuing the exciting wave of new music from a carefully curated roster of artists. “Close To You” and previously released “Bamboozle” are just the beginning. Etiquette aims to champion established and up-and-coming artists alike, bridging the gap between the house scene and the bass world. With a majestic career already under her belt, the launch of Etiquette introduces a new facet to her enduring connection to dance music. But, don’t take it from us, listen, link up and read our full chat with Hannah Wants below. She talks everything Etiquette, the current state of dance music, and offers advice for aspiring producers everywhere. We’re all ears. Hannah Wants – Close To You How long have you been dreaming of your own label? Running my own record label is something I’ve always wanted to achieve but I’m a big believer in things happening at the right time, now definitely feels like the right time and I’m super excited to embark on the new venture! Which types of artists and music do you hope to expose through your new label? Etiquette’s music policy will run under the umbrella ‘House & Bass’ — supporting bass influenced sub genres of house music. Etiquette will not only be a platform for me to release what I believe to be my strongest music to date, it will also champion both up and coming producers as well as already established names in the game. Why the name Etiquette? For me the music industry has its own Etiquette, its own code of behaviour. Things that go down in a club / music environment wouldn’t necesarily go down the same in a retail store or office block. This label is for the house music lovers out there. This is our industry, our code of behaviour, our Etiquette. We wanna celebrate good music and build together. Tell us about your new single, “Close To You,” out via Etiquette… Close To You, just like 90% of the music I make, is built for the dance floor. The vocal represents just a little something something I was going through at the time and the groove on the bassline is one of my personal favourites so far, it’s a track I’m super happy with! I’ve been playing Close To You in my sets for a couple of months now and it really has been working the floor well, got me super hyped for the release! What’s your advice for aspiring producers seeking to be picked up by a label? Be patient, don’t rush and quality over quantity always. Once music gets signed and released it’s out there for the world to hear, forever so make sure you’re the most proud of the work. There’s a few tracks of mine that if I could, I’d ‘un-release’ that shit and get it removed from my back cat. Always lessons learned! And best advice for those who hope to start their own label? Again don’t rush, gain the right expertise because a job isn’t worth doping unless it’s executed properly and professionally in my opinion. With new labels popping up all the time it’s very important to nail your brand — it’s gotta be solid and unique. Oh and sign great music, obviously. What’s the underlying factor you can attribute to your massive success? I guess you could say I’m an extremely determined individual. When I set out with my goal to become a DJ 12 or so years ago now I’ve remained fully focused and worked hard to achieve to my goals. Consistency is key. What do you find most interesting / exciting about the current dance music scene? I love the diversity of the dance music scene, I always have. I also love the way music changes and moulds over the months and years. The stuff I played and made 2,3,4,5 years ago is quite different to the music I play and make now and I love the way artists and sounds get to evolve over time. As someone who loves and plays tech house, house, bass influenced house, and techno I think there’s some really strong music out there at the moment and I can’t wait to see what the next 6/12 months hold. Shoutout some other labels that you dig the most! Snatch! Toolroom. Sola. Relief. Follow Hannah Wants Website | SoundCloud | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Hannah Wants Talks New Label Etiquette & Single “Close To You” [INTERVIEW] Source
  11. The musical collective made up of Lain, Astre, Kultur, Khamsin, Kidswaste, and Rusty Hook, better know as Slow Hours, has finally released their debut original track, “Endless.” It’s been 21 months since Slow Hours released their first track, a remix of What So Not’s “Lone,” that enamored the world. It quickly blew up and we named it the best remix of the month when it came out. It had this unique and refreshing twist on future bass that immediately captivated our staff and the millions of other listeners who loved it. Slow Hours also released another remix of Petit Biscuit’s “Sunset Lover” five months later, though it never reached the same pinnacle of hype that their What So Not remix did. Now, Slow Hours brings that same energy to their first original, “Endless.” As they describe in the description of the track, working with six people on a tune can be extremely stressful. “We saw our friendship move towards a dark place as a result of working together on the originals – we were arguing and everybody was stressed out. For a lot of this past summer, we were divided amongst ourselves and unsure if there would ever be any finished music to show.” But now we have “Endless,” this masterpiece of future bass and melody which combines all elements of their original styles into one cohesive project that is boundlessly fun and wildly entertaining. Since it appeared in my inbox yesterday, it’s been on repeat. We assume it will be the same for you. Listen to “Endless” below. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Slow Hours Finally Release Debut Original Track “Endless” Source