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Elezz - Nextaeb2 (Lapse Mendacity Remix)

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This is a remix I made for a friend of mine 'Elezz'." Check his tunes out.

The vocal samples are from the song "Mendacity" from Max Roach's "Percussion Bitter Sweet" album. I used samples from other sources too, and so: "Mendacity".

combine two songs for a remix, why not?

Elezz site: www.myspace.com/elezz


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Glitch Drums and Jazz hand in hand. They mesh. It sounds like someone in a cyberpunk world putting in a jazz record for the first time. And listening to it combined with the glitchy beats of his own world. Cut up, mastered, awesome. Great song that really creates an atmosphere. One of your best works. Lost jazz. Beautiful.

LLAAPPSSEE responds:

Cyberpunk, I can feel that. This was a fun remix for a bud, it turned out well. Dig the thoughts.


that is some fine idm my friend, absolutely love it.

(and the mastering in it is on damn point, what's your secret?)

LLAAPPSSEE responds:

Thanks for the review, yoshii : D
I'm glad you like it!

(My secret? Heh, I-uh... don't know. Just work it till it sounds good to me?)

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Jun 30, 2008
5:25 AM EDT
File Info
8.5 MB
3 min 43 sec

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