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I've only just got into Untrue, and I wondered if he ever does any sort of 'proper' live stuff.
Firstly he wouldn't want people to know what he looks like and secondly it would probably be impossible to actually play his tunes live considering how they're produced, i.e. without a sequencer.
I dont think that many people know who it is acctualy behind the music. thats what I've read in interveiws anyway.
exposed him a couple of months ago, didn't they?
he was a banskey-esque mystery man
I missed that, I might have to try find that out, have you got a link..... or do I want to keep him anon hmmmm? No I don't yes mmmm no! It wo0uld be cool if he DJ'ed on the side and just kept his Burial stuff secret.
YIP. Called William Bevan.
ever been on www.williambevan.co.uk
More than a coincidence?
anonymity and all.
and twiddling the eq as if it was his job or something.
thom yorke, now wouldnt that be amusing!
would be pretty cool in the right setting, with maybe some projection, in a disused warehouse or a old train shed. I would also want a BBQ or freshly made curry.... ooo and a fire.
The Independent named him as William Bevan.
nobody else found that link incredibly humourous... Burial? A funeral director, anyone?
obscure dubstep producers real name jokes I don't think. I had simular results when trying to argue with people that Jeff Mills was better than Heather Mills.
'gainst the world.
(like we are on a war torn battle feild)
it could have been so, so much more
He said he would never do it live and won't do another album. He doesn't know what the fuss is about and all that...
or at least he just makes up another name and does other stuff that would be cool.
Two Burial albums is enough. And him doing live shows would probably ruin the magic of Burial's music.
I dont think he would do it live. But I would love to see him continue in music even if it wasn't Burial stuff. I'm more than happy with the 2 Burial albums.
I think he's obviously a talented enough producer to explore new directions. I'd be really interested to hear the 'techy' album he decided not to release. And there's loads of unreleased bits on that Kode 9 preview mix thingy that sound amazing and really different to untrue.
Also that tune 'Unite' that he made in reason is really very nice so I'd like to hear a whole album of his with sequenced drums, it's sound totally different to the other two.
I didn't know there is an album he didnt wana release. I wouldn't mind hearing that 'Unite' track as well, sounds interesting. I agree he has loadsa tallnt and promise for the future.
Sounds like a dated 90's 'dance' lp to me. Burial sounds nothing like the kind of Dubstep I hear in the clubs.
I'm not very well informd on the stuff they play in clubs mind. I can't find a dubstep scene in north yorkshire. Have you got any good recomendations?
My older brother said to me about the Burial records: "It would take you about 5 years to get in to".
Condescending but probably true. You have to 'get' that kind of thing.
I think some of it is pretty direct. Ignore him!
I couldn't help but laugh.
Its just 140bpm electronic music with heavy bass, other than that anything else goes.
Something like Spongebob by Coki sounds totally different to Roll with the Punchs by Peverelist but they're both resolutley dubstep tunes.
i am actually Burial.
AND NO, I DON'T PLAY LIVE.
for a new cross inn show?
good venue, but not if it is for those 'no pain in pop' jokers.