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May 26, 2013 | 11:02 PM EDT
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6.8 MB
3 min 45 sec
4.56 / 5.00

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Rated 4.56 / 5 stars
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Electronic - House

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overusing the stabby, plucky sounds

I feel like stabbing myself in the ears now

this one was basically just another exercise in attempting to make house sound appropriately produced/mastered

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow. I love house. Take my 5 stars.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Okay so,starting from the very first second,i was reminded of a Club scene.
(that's a good thing)
Not all that self repeating IMHO either.
Also very...err, *easy* to listen.
The use of bass is also very well done,not TOO loud or *place* consuming.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very well produced and very musical. This was alot of fun to listen to. Keep it up!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

You've been quite busy recently. Keep pumping them out.
I suppose the transitions are up to taste, some would prefer a second extra, but that mostly ends in a cheap overlay and no one's really helped with that.
Where was I? Good music. Maybe not specifically my taste, but we all have to live with that. :P


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I completely accept and advocate extreme, random transitions. I start to find myself instead noticing the innovation in how they connect rather than how upsetting it may be...of course there's a right and wrong way to do transitions like this hahahahah. This was executed perfectly, put a lot of extra flavor into it and kept my mind interested and surprised. I cannot stress enough how I just want to be taken by the dance to your music. Adding this to my library of you on my iTunes <3

OcularNebula responds:

keep them sexual advances coming!

I, personally, didn't think the key change was too extreme, but it was a key change, which, to be honest, isn't all that common in electronic music anyway - most tracks tend to stay in one key - but, oh well... they were essentially direct modulations, so I can see how they might have seemed abrupt