Monday, April 6, 2009

Crookers Remix Britney???

So the Crookers have been coming out with some pretty wild stuff lately. Their last couple releases have been too fidgety for me to even enjoy, but this one takes takes a nice step back towards the electro house genre. Unfortunately, it's still a Britney Spears remix but hey, at least you know the ladies will love it.  :op

[Fidget House]

P.S. as for all the readers bitching about us incorrectly labeling genres, shut the f*ck up. We label these tracks not to tell you whether the song is 100% fidget or electro, but to give you a better idea of what genre that artist usually works in. Artists play around with different genres all the time, so perfecting that would be tedious. You guys are smart people, you can handle that one for yourselves.

-Kopedale
Three One Oh!

14 comments:

benversluis said...

well said.

no artists (Crookers specifically) ever stay 100% in the lines of their genre.

Anonymous said...

listen to the readers. they are your friends. they're only trying to help you. you could put (electro/fidget) next time you get a track like that.

Kopedale said...

I do listen to the readers, and I appreciate every reader we have, even the haters.

Anonymous babble is NOT constructive criticism, nor does it help in any way whatsoever. If your trying to help, show yourself and I'll respect you twice as much.

It's just funny how the people with anything mildly interesting to say ALWAYS show themselves, while the anons stay in the shadows, nitpicking the blog and complaining.

Anonymous said...

Cultural relativism is the principle that an individual human's beliefs and activities should be understood in terms of his or her own culture. This principle was established as axiomatic in anthropological research by Franz Boas in the first few decades of the 20th century and later popularized by students.

Boas first articulated the idea in 1887: "...civilization is not something absolute, but ... is relative, and ,,, our ideas and conceptions are true only so far as our civilization goes."[1] but did not actually coin the term "cultural relativism." The term became common among anthropologists after Boas' death in 1942, to express their synthesis of a number of ideas Boas had developed; the first use of the term was in the journal American Anthropologist in 1948.

Cultural relativism involves specific epistemological and methodological claims. Whether or not these claims necessitate a specific ethical stance is a matter of debate. This principle should not be confused with moral relativism.

The epistemological claims that led to the development of cultural relativism have their origins in the German Enlightenment. The philosopher Immanuel Kant argued that human beings are not capable of direct, unmediated knowledge of the world. All of our experiences of the world are mediated through the human mind, which universally structures perceptions according to sensibilities concerning time and space.

Although Kant considered these mediating structures universal, his student Johann Gottfried Herder argued that human creativity, evidenced by the great variety in national cultures, revealed that human experience was mediated not only by universal structures, but by particular cultural structures as well.

The philosopher and linguist, Wilhelm von Humboldt, called for an anthropology that would synthesize Kant and Herder's ideas.
Although Herder focused on the positive value of cultural variety, the sociologist William Graham Sumner called attention to the fact that one's culture can limit one's perceptions. He called this principle ethnocentrism, the viewpoint that "one’s own group is the center of everything," against which all other groups are judged.

DJ Bless One said...

Kopedale, forget these retards. Your blog is awesome, keep up the good work!

DJ S.co said...

Well said haha

anon is straight up crazy. get a life.

-s.co

ROFLCOPS! said...

Get a life haters...Running a blog takes a lotta work

Keep up the good work guys your on our blogroll :)

Kopedale said...

Thanks for all the support guys, you're the reason we do this.

lterrain said...

just discovered the blog recently, one my favourites, too many bangers. phuck haters...keep up the good work homies

DeeJayGeeFice said...

Haha, that up there was to f@ckin hilarious...if these douchebags continually come here, jack the music & criticize, then the least they can do is respectfully shut the phuck up and show themselves the door...

100% agreed with you above on this Kopedale, and wanted to acknowledge that you two keep rippin' the blogosphere up with serious knowledge of banging tunes. In fact, whether you/he/she/it likes one track or another is completely subjective and therefore never going to come down to a damn genre...Phuck genres anyhow, they just keep you in a box and keep you stagnant.

Mad props gents, DAP!~
::GeeFive::

DJ S.co said...

"Phuck genres anyhow, they just keep you in a box and keep you stagnant."

Thats whats up. Thanks for the love guys, gonna post some fresh bangers right now just bc all the dope feedback.

-S.co

B Matty said...

Great Post :D Loving the new crookers :) And 100% with you on the genre labeling. I've always found the genre labels to be exactly what I've been looking for anyway :)

uncle elroy said...

aye i fuckin' love you dawg

Anonymous said...

yo KOPEDALE mad respect to you men.
but i got i dead link can you upload/or poast it again...

Thx anyway