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Jul 4, 2010 | 7:22 AM EDT
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Song
7.4 MB
3 min 14 sec
Score
4.13 / 5.00

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Rated 4.13 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
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GeorgeFontaineGeorgeFontaine

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WOBBLE

I like the continuous baseline - its got a great sound to it. After reading what that guy 'devopablo' said below I had a listen to your other tracks. I think it would be too easy to stick a massive drop in and make it all robotic like the way most dubstep is going. But this is more atmospheric. Great, well polished tracks man :D


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devopablodevopablo

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Here's what I think.

After having listened to most of your tunes in a row (I'm a big fan of this site's small but rich collection of amateur dubstep and am still in the process of sifting through it), I can definitely say that your songs are...kinda boring.

I don't mean to be a dick, and it's probably just personal taste, but there are so many places where the beat could really kick in and you could start to go from ethereal background to in-your-face asskickery, but you either choose not to or it doesn't occur to you to do so. It's very strange.

You do some pretty amazing things melodically, but I find this song and most of your others to be similarly unexciting.

I hope this is the worst review that you get, because I can tell you're a talented composer, but all the places you don't visit with your music are the places I'd like to hear you go. I hope your taste and mine align at some point, because I'm going to keep checking back with you. :)


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thecokebitch responds:

Yeah, I can see where your coming from... But tbh, I'm not trying to create music to cover that field...

Having started dj'n before producing, i have grown a taste for music that is more progressive in feel than any pop music. As in dj'n, your usually at the decks for 30 minutes or so, and I like to have a set where you have songs that build upon and complement each other. So say, if you have a song that goes up and down multiple times in a couple of minutes, its not going to work well in a set, unless you have other songs that do the same - and build upon it (melodically and structurally). People may disagree, but this is what I think (for dj'n), and its seemed somewhat successful to date...

Anyhow, I guess you could say that my songs are kynda boring, in the sense that they dont go up down and all about in the couple of minutes that i have. But in all I'm not really trying to do that... =)