i dont really like this kind of music but u nice so i give u a 10 and a 5/5
Just telling you that i really H8 drum-n-bass... but i need to give you all the credits you deserve, this one kicks asses
your my fav. lol
I herd u liek reviews.
So here's one.
Intro (0:00-0:34) - The quick warble at the beginning kind of sets the tone for the song. It's pretty crazy sounding, not even sure how to describe it, but it really works. The buildup elements, however, do not work so well. The drum and the melodic elements do not sync up particularly well in my opinion, perhaps a bit of a timing issue, not sure. At any rate, beyond that, very nice.
Body (0:34-1:40) - That little quick burst of triple-note clusters from whatever synth that was at the beginning there was pretty sick, I'm just gonna say. I really loved it, and its use throughout the song. That melody there is what makes the song unique, and gives it the real flavor it has. I'd love to see it make a comeback as the central line for some kind of other piece later. That said, the bass is pretty, uh, bass-y, and the drums are definitely there, if slightly overshadowed by the aforementioned synth and bass.
Respite (1:40-1:51) - I can't quite put my finger on why this lull is in here, but I like its place and timing. It just sort of works. Not much else to say about that.
Body 2 (1:51-2:35) - A continuation of the first body segment, this adds a bit more synth-y-ness. Not much else differing here from the former body section, so the same thing applies.
Outro (2:35-2:41) - Really brief, but it works. The triple buildup fadeout was interesting, I'll say that much.
Overall this song appears to be rather brief, but it works pretty well together, despite the slight weirdness in the initial buildup of the intro (just didn't sound too great to me *shrug*).
Keep up the good work.
this is great,its got a trance sound to it though
It really doesn't?
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.