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bruuuno 9:14 Thu Feb 13
Drill music
Anyone listen to a bit of drill? Been listening to a bit of Harlem spartans lately and find it relaxing and interesting.

All they talk about is murders they’ve done and dealing class A drugs, it’s bizarre

The drill scene is like a real time live streamed episode of the wire

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mashed in maryland 11:51 Sun Feb 16
Re: Drill music
There was some really good stuff from stateside a few years ago. The Chicago sound is much more "loud" and energetic than the UK stuff. Fredo Santana's early mixtapes (Scary Site, Fredo Krueger etc) were packed with bangers. Great gym music.

Half the big names from Chicago back then ain't making music any more cos they're dead. Most of the new American stuff is autotuned to fuck and just shit tbh.

zebthecat 3:57 Sun Feb 16
Re: Drill music
Darby_ 1:15 Sun Feb 16

How could I have forgotten that? I have that album, my excuse (and it is a poor one) is that I rarely get past Hallogallo.

Darby_ 1:15 Sun Feb 16
Re: Drill music
zebthecat 1:05 Sun Feb 16
Re: Drill music

Nein, he means this:


Hammer and Pickle 12:59 Sun Feb 16
Re: Drill music
So not the Lee Dorsey classic Working in a Coal Mine?

mashed in maryland 12:35 Sun Feb 16
Re: Drill music
CB from Ga7a/Seventh (Woodgrange Road) was the best about.

Currently doing 23 years for pointing a loaded shotgun at a police car during a chase.

Whoosh seems to be the next big thing out of that lot but nowhere near as good.

67's earlier stuff was the benchmark imo. 90% of the rest sounds the same.

The Irish stuff (INK for example) is strangely listenable.

If you fancy a laugh look up "pete and baz". 2 white blokes in their 70s who churn out bangers about going down the pub


Theres a yank duo who are a complete fucking rip off and absolutely shit so don't bother looking for them

bruuuno 12:01 Sun Feb 16
Re: Drill music
Some of it s a bit out of KEY

Hammer and Pickle 11:37 Sun Feb 16
Re: Drill music
Anything by the Carpenters

or Mike and the Mechanics.

zebthecat 1:05 Sun Feb 16
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gph 12:15 Sun Feb 16

Not Neu but Faust did.

gph 12:15 Sun Feb 16
Re: Drill music
I'm pretty sure I'm got some drill music.

i.e., music featuring drills. Road drills to be precise. May be Neu!

Haven't played it for years

Exiled In Surrey 11:45 Sat Feb 15
Re: Drill music
I prefer grime.

Hammer and Pickle 11:40 Sat Feb 15
Re: Drill music
The Israelites by Black + Decker

stewey 10:06 Sat Feb 15
Re: Drill music
Drill music you say,would that be makita by Elton John.

White Pony 8:52 Sat Feb 15
Re: Drill music
What a surprise to see embarrassing uncle Branded dripping his patronising pontificating all over the place about this.

violator 6:45 Sat Feb 15
Re: Drill music
Wouldn't understand a word they say, then again I do enjoy the cocteau twins

Far East Hammer 6:34 Sat Feb 15
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zebthecat 2:36 Sat Feb 15

Early Test Dept anyway.

also Tools You Can Trust, Einsteurzende Neubauten, and SPK's Information Overload Unit isn't too far off

arsene york-hunt 1:54 Sat Feb 15
Re: Drill music
when you write drill, rap or hip hop, When the next word is music it should be in parenthesis

ak37 11:34 Sat Feb 15
Re: Drill music
The real reasons it’s called drill is after you listen to it you want to stick the drill in your ears.

Side of Ham 11:30 Sat Feb 15
Re: Drill music
Apparently it was in part influenced by a reggae singer called Desmond from way back....

....all I can find out is that he was BLACK & DECKER was his surname.

That’s probably just a load of bollocks though.

Darby_ 10:08 Sat Feb 15
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zebthecat 2:36 Sat Feb 15
Re: Drill music
Test Department are the proper drill music.
Also angle grinders and nail guns.

bruuuno 2:12 Sat Feb 15
Re: Drill music
Branded understands. It’s the music of an underclass with its own story to tell

The fusion of murder music and televisuals
is a pretty radical form of culture

Imagine what punk and oi sounded like to Middle Aged folk when it started

99% of it is shit and the people involved are utter cunts but they really are the product of a fucked up environment

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