Memorable as in you remember the music after it's ended, as opposed to generic, boring, nothing worth remembering. Most FSOL stuff is very memorable to me. As soon as I'd heard Environment Five it stuck with me, the interesting arrangements of sound, the mood and atmosphere, the rhythmic and melodic parts. There's lots of other electronic music that I've heard several times and I genuinely couldn't tell you anything about it at all (and sometimes wouldn't even recognise it if I were listening to it again).Pandemonium wrote: - absolutely nothing memorable on that - well, I have to say, the really good electronic music rarely has memorable stuff in it - that's kinda the whole fucking point. And yet it's good, legendary, memorable just because it isn't rotten popping melodies that stuck in your brain weather you like them or not.
I know the point wasn't directed at me but thought I'd reply - a language barrier thing I would imagine, a subtle difference in the definition of 'memorable'.