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Timmymember
45 posts
Location: Bishop's Stortford, UK


Posted:
Music to spin to, Tell us your favourite music to dance to



Has anyone ever thought of making a "poiers" music album? A collection of music that's GREAT to poi to? What music would you put on it?



My favourite music..

I'll start it off with 'Bony Incus (the man with no name mix)', by Eat Static. What music would other people put on it?

Happy (rythmical) Swinging,



Tim



Music Music Music

Music to spin to, Tell us your favourite music to dance to

GarientGOLD Member
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2 posts
Location: Russia, Naberezhnie Chelny


Posted:
I like non-standart music 4 spinnig. Smth that nobody think you can dance to it 8)

Hey wazzup!


astonSILVER Member
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4,061 posts
Location: South Africa


Posted:
Hmmm....

Been spinning to a fair bit of Tunng recently...

'We're all mad here. I'm mad, you're mad." [said the Cat.]
"How do you know I'm mad?" said Alice.
"You must be," said the Cat, "Or you wouldn't have come here."
- Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures In Wonderland


dazpanzanSILVER Member
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1 post
Location: United Kingdom


Posted:
Put simply...........Everything PsyTrance!

HawkfeatherJYNothing is imposable to a sufficantly talented fool!
156 posts
Location: Bartlesville,Oklahoma, United States of America


Posted:
Ah Music! To me if you can dig it, you can Poi to it. I personaly Love Daft Punk to dance to. But I bet I could Spin to Just about any thing you could suggest, Even Clasical. That says some thing about an artist, Versatility!

Perception is truly in the Eyes of the beholder... So dream on with no Fear. ~Hawkfeather~York~


Raoul_HagenbeekGOLD Member
Pyromancer extraordinair
88 posts
Location: Netherlands


Posted:
Evanescence, Stratovarious, the black mages

What is life, without a little risk!


HawkfeatherJYNothing is imposable to a sufficantly talented fool!
156 posts
Location: Bartlesville,Oklahoma, United States of America


Posted:
Good Jams!
Oh & I also LOVE DJ Tiesto!

Perception is truly in the Eyes of the beholder... So dream on with no Fear. ~Hawkfeather~York~


HawkfeatherJYNothing is imposable to a sufficantly talented fool!
156 posts
Location: Bartlesville,Oklahoma, United States of America


Posted:
This is a song I could so Spin to! I love the Satch!



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Perception is truly in the Eyes of the beholder... So dream on with no Fear. ~Hawkfeather~York~


HawkfeatherJYNothing is imposable to a sufficantly talented fool!
156 posts
Location: Bartlesville,Oklahoma, United States of America


Posted:
Take a listen & tell me what you think.

Perception is truly in the Eyes of the beholder... So dream on with no Fear. ~Hawkfeather~York~


HawkfeatherJYNothing is imposable to a sufficantly talented fool!
156 posts
Location: Bartlesville,Oklahoma, United States of America


Posted:
Wow no one is intrested? bummer I dig these tunes, & there so right on the hole theme. Oh well yalls loss. Please check it out please oh please oh please!

Perception is truly in the Eyes of the beholder... So dream on with no Fear. ~Hawkfeather~York~


Raoul_HagenbeekGOLD Member
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88 posts
Location: Netherlands


Posted:
Hey Hawk,

I usually don't follow links when I check in at work,
But since you're so persistent.

I like the soft intro, going over into a frenziuous guitar concerto.

It's this kind of music that I spin to aswell.

Build up slowly, then go crazy!!!! Right.

What is life, without a little risk!


Mother_Natures_SonSILVER Member
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Posted:
Joe Satriani is ok.. if I'm going for one of those lads I usually go for Steve Vai for some reason.

hug


HawkfeatherJYNothing is imposable to a sufficantly talented fool!
156 posts
Location: Bartlesville,Oklahoma, United States of America


Posted:
Well Thanks for the imput at any rate. I know we are all partial to our favorites. The fact is I am trying to Open my mind to diffrent possablitys in musical injection to the creative prosess. Do ya Dig?

Perception is truly in the Eyes of the beholder... So dream on with no Fear. ~Hawkfeather~York~


HawkfeatherJYNothing is imposable to a sufficantly talented fool!
156 posts
Location: Bartlesville,Oklahoma, United States of America


Posted:
Steve is awsome as well.

Perception is truly in the Eyes of the beholder... So dream on with no Fear. ~Hawkfeather~York~


Mother_Natures_SonSILVER Member
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HawkfeatherJYNothing is imposable to a sufficantly talented fool!
156 posts
Location: Bartlesville,Oklahoma, United States of America


Posted:
Fabulus! I dig.

Perception is truly in the Eyes of the beholder... So dream on with no Fear. ~Hawkfeather~York~


HawkfeatherJYNothing is imposable to a sufficantly talented fool!
156 posts
Location: Bartlesville,Oklahoma, United States of America


Posted:
Originally Posted By: Raoul_HagenbeekHey Hawk,

I usually don't follow links when I check in at work,
But since you're so persistent.

I like the soft intro, going over into a frenziuous guitar concerto.

It's this kind of music that I spin to aswell.

Build up slowly, then go crazy!!!! Right.


Exactly, sorry about the links though I dont know how to make the actual youtube window pop up in the forum. I haven't figgured it out yet. But I will

Perception is truly in the Eyes of the beholder... So dream on with no Fear. ~Hawkfeather~York~


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Location: Van Nuys CA, USA


Posted:
I like to dance an spin to the same music. 1200 micrograms, Blutonium boy, Klaas, Global deejays, Twisted individual, Infected mushroom, Crookers, "good psytrance" is my favorite. But i realy like hardstyle and house.

P.L.U.R Me PlEaSe


WoodsyBRONZE Member
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156 posts
Location: East Side Aussie, Australia


Posted:
At raves, i see people using LED poi or glowsticks on strings as scruffy poi, and it is usually to hardstyle music (120BPM) i have seen some do it to happy hardcore, hardcore and gabber, but they messed up because it was too fast for them.

Woodsy:Down with the sound, and the people will all yell: "POWER IS MEASURED IN, DECIBEL".
Poje: not Joules?
Woodsy: No...Never grin


T-S-ASILVER Member
Magic Monkey Juice
252 posts
Location: Saaf Ingerland Innet, England (UK)


Posted:
It depends on my "spinning mood". I normaly spin to psytrance, a mid paced repetative beat with lots of energy.

Zen Mechanics - Industry Of Love
Ital - Indian Force
Burn In Noise - Ancient Knowledge

If I want a slow and more "floaty" based spin then some more ambiant stuff.

Solar Fields - The Stones Are Not Too Busy
Afro Celt Soundsystem - Persistence of Memory
The Angelic Process - The Resonance Of Goodbye
Blut Aus Nord - Level-1 (Nothing is)

"We were making castles in the sand: Now we swim in the seas that swept them away"


Sister ElevenGOLD Member
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Location: Seattle, WA, USA


Posted:
I don't dance, but I do spin to music. Don't inquire too much into the distinction.

I've spun to some decent electronic music, usually when I'm at a jam somewhere, but as a general rule I don't have much taste for the genre. Personally, Godflesh is my favorite band to spin to, or really anything on the more rhythmic end of extreme metal.

This makes me something of a mutant among local spinners.

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T-S-ASILVER Member
Magic Monkey Juice
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Location: Saaf Ingerland Innet, England (UK)


Posted:
Originally Posted By: Sister ElevenI don't dance, but I do spin to music. Don't inquire too much into the distinction.

I've spun to some decent electronic music, usually when I'm at a jam somewhere, but as a general rule I don't have much taste for the genre. Personally, Godflesh is my favorite band to spin to, or really anything on the more rhythmic end of extreme metal.

This makes me something of a mutant among local spinners. Spinning to metal is fun... In Flames, Immortal, Cryptopsy are real fun to spin too grin

"We were making castles in the sand: Now we swim in the seas that swept them away"


Sister ElevenGOLD Member
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Location: Seattle, WA, USA


Posted:
Fear Factory's Obsolete is also a good spinning album. A little less on the extreme side, but what's not to like about a posthumanist industrial metal concept album with songs about killer robots and "nonconformist subhuman terrorists"? tongue2

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T-S-ASILVER Member
Magic Monkey Juice
252 posts
Location: Saaf Ingerland Innet, England (UK)


Posted:
In Flames - Come Clarity is a good metal spinny album. Not too extreme and really bouncy. And an amazing album in general grin

"We were making castles in the sand: Now we swim in the seas that swept them away"


EpitomeOfNoviceGOLD Member
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Location: Dover, Delaware USA


Posted:
My fave genres to spin to are Goa, Downtempo/Trip-Hop, Progressive Trance, House, Big Beat, Epic Trance, Alternative Rock, Worldbeat, Minimal and Industrial/Synthpop.

Current spinning album favorites are...

Hallucinogen-Twisted
Om Lounge-(any volume)
The Chemical Brothers-Surrender
Urbalbeats Volume 1
Astral Projection-Another World
Thievery Corporation-Radio Retaliation (and The Mirror Conspiracy)
Fatboy Slim- On The Floor At The Big Beat Boutique
The Crystal Method- Tweakend and Vegas
Moby-Play
Silversun Pickups-Swoon
Beck-Mellow Gold and Odelay
Rob Zombie-American Made Music To Strip By
NIN- Pretty Hate Machine and The Downward Spiral
and...
The Best Of Blind Melon

My fave dance genres are Goa, Progressive, Funky House, Acid House, Baltimore Club, Breaks, Techno, Indie/Experimental Hip-Hop, Electro, Mash-ups, EBM, IDM, Live PA, and Liquid Funk. Too many albums to list and most of the best stuff I've heard was being mixed by DJs at a club, festival, or rave so I won't even try to list albums and tracks. Too much good stuff and dance music is best mixed non-stop! grin

~Rock on!~

"As the pattern gets more intricate and subtle, being swept along is no longer enough"-Waking Life

(All you RLers this is epitome_of_lame *waves hello*)


JaredWSILVER Member
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Posted:
https://www.myspace.com/davevanhook

LadyVyestranger
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Posted:
I don't like Techno. I'm ok with some Trance. Sometimes.

Spin to Metal! Or Tribal like Dead Can Dance. But nothing is better than drums ... when the drummers are good lol.

_Poiboy_PLATINUM Member
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Location: Raanana, Israel


Posted:
Some Metal's great to spin to, while a lot of it isn't.
I love Apocalyptica and Nightwish for fire, they're both great smile
Ambient Techno is great for non-fire routines, apparently smile

DaedraSILVER Member
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Location: UK, Kent, Canterbury


Posted:
Hey guys! Thought I'd throw me 2p in while I'm here!

On the whole I like to spin to pretty much anything that falls under IDM, Glitch, New Age etc. But lately I've been playing around with spinning to more Classical music. So the other day I had a spin whilst listening to Ludovico Einaudi and I thoroughly enjoyed it!

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Zephyre PhoenixFamiliar stranger giving out popcorn. (formerly Ascilith)
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Location: Lawrence, KS


Posted:
Good artists for me are thirty seconds to mars, taking back sunday, anberlin, and panic at the disco

Specific songs: "From Yesterday" (30 seconds to mars), "Paperthin hymn" (Anberlin) "I caught fire" (The used) "It's all the same" (Sick puppies)

Never take candy from strangers...... But popcorn is okay!


jelevenBRONZE Member
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3 posts
Location: USA


Posted:
https://taalfiza.com/

... even if you don't like the music it's a pretty rad thing to support......

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