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Date
03/18/2010
File Info
Song
5.7 MB
5 min 2 sec
Score
4.20 / 5.00

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Genres:
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Author Comments

My newest dubstep track. I've been working on it for a few weeks. I've been also trying a lot of different styles with the bass till I got this which I really like. I have no idea whos saying the vocals or even where I originally got them from, they were on an old flash drive I had from a while back, I think I was gonna use the sample for a flash animation.

It gets progressively better so just chill out and listen.

Enjoy, rate and review!!!

Reviews


ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars September 11, 2010

Overall great

I enjoyed listening to this because it had a really good style to it that believed in its style. While it did get repetitive at times, in the end it was great to listen to. The tone here seemed to be mysteriousness or something like that. There were also parts that made it seem like it was taking place in the big city as it faintly reminded me of slums. It was almost trying to imitate the stereotypical ghetto place. It definitley gets better as it goes on and when something has no lyrics, you really need to have author's comments.



theafrotheafro

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 21, 2010

think its pretty good

honestly i think this isn't repetitive, contrary to what half are saying.

it's good to experiment and toss in some variation here and there - it's music, and music is art, and art is to not conform to what people think something should be like.

so with that said, i enjoy the variation. anyone else just can't stomach music complexity in a genre that shouldn't be the same old song and dance like Techno or EuroTrance or something, just as an example.

Keep experimenting, it's nice to hear some fresh stuff come out of the dubstep genre. This song does sound absolutely excellent, and keep up the good work. you're doing a great job.

5/5
10/10


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thecokebitchthecokebitch

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 20, 2010

nice...but

This tune lacks clarity, the highs are quite dull throughout and makes the whole tune sound a bit muddy... You could fix this by tighteneing up the drums, maybe?
Also, its fairly generic in terms of progression - you need to chuck sum build ups n break downs in, atm its sortv one big chorus.

Although, i must say - i like one of the synths that youve made - sounds alot like one that caspa has used in somev his tunes.

anyways,
take it ez


Blizzaine responds:

Generic? Throw in breakdowns, and choruses to make it UNgeneric? You're kidding right? Because every single dubstep song I know has breakdowns and choruses.

Talk about generic, huh?


scratchRscratchR

Rated 4 / 5 stars March 19, 2010

oddball

some of those rhythms are a bit annoying, but I suppose this is more an experimental song as your author comments state, usually you should keep the rhythms with some similarity and not a drastic change, some of the rhythms were good of course, so I hope you use those in any upcoming dubstep songs


Blizzaine responds:

People are always either telling me my songs are too repetitive, or too changing.