Seems the time machine broke mid-transport, eh?
Makes for awesome music.
Especially the last part. Pretty dang awesome.
Eerie night theme....
While listening to this one, I was immediately thrown back into this night scene from something like Sin City, if you will. It's has that sort of vibe to me. I really like it. I didn't even realize I had this on loop for about 12 minutes before I reviewed it (as I'm reviewing something else while listening to this). Something that I can listen to over and over again like that definitely deserves what I'm giving this. This reminds me a lot of old school horror films (ironic, given the time and date of this review). This would be a really awesome (albeit a little eeire) theme to some urban thriller/horror movie. I'm trying to figure out the influences to this track, yet, I can't put my finger on them. I even love the degraded touch you but on the drum hits (as if the tape was a little old). Really good. I'd really expect this to go great along with like...Dracula in the 50s. Hahaha. Interesting that it popped in my head just now (as I just now read the description on this song). I think you should keep up this classic flavor in beat production, because you're really strong in it. I've yet to not like one of your old school beats. This one is no exception. It's smooth, nostalgic, and reminiscent of the Halloween franchise (in a couple spots) and other old school films. Enjoyed all of it. I don't know if you sampled a few parts of it (I'm assuming so), but I'm not going to knock you for it. You kept your theme throughout, as well, no real audio problems or bangs. Good balance and pipe organ work. I even love the percussion and orchestral instrument set you used. Good choices. Good to listen to while doing a horror film review (which is what I was doing while/before reviewing this) or on a dark and stormy night. (Yes, horribly bad story cliche there.)
Creature in the Night...
Nice rhythm, far out sample, and deep drums. Sounds like something for Halloween.
sounds old school gangsta and i recognize the sound at the end
ummm ummm infected mushroom or something like that right
Not even close bub. Go listen to some Philip Glass, watch the original THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL (not that shit that passes off for a movie with Reeves) and then you can guess again.
(BONUS HINT: Also watch THE ILLUSIONIST.)
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