smooth.... ... yeanks!
I got a feeling this song is some Aphex Twin .... Twin.
Background music for some very set and specific theme. I like how around 0:30 it starts to build up to noise. But the Noise part itself forces me to turn down my speakers.
If the Noise part would be something more rythmic ( thou still noise ) i would give it a higher score.
But i like the overall idea of it. Smooth...Noise...Smooth...Noise hmmm...
Another 9- well done
The people who voted this track less than a 3 over to the left should probably rethink why they're voting for tracks in the INDUSTRIAL section.
I mean, you wouldn't see me going into the hip hop section or start voting on R&B and giving it all ones and zeros because it doesn't sound enough like Industrial or Rock.
What you're composing (as I'm sure you know, but I'm saying this more for your listeners) is on the far edge of industrial that years ago was the heart and soul of the genre, and can still be seen in sometimes in the music of bands like Skinny Puppy (from Canada). What happened is that Industrial Rock, which is the area I work in, sort of took over the genre probably due to the success of Trent Reznor in the 90s.
Even though Reznor (of NIN fame) is my base philosophical model for anything musical, I admit that the Industrial Rock genre he pushed forward is the equal of the hardcore mechanical industrial to which he "gave a human face" as one critic whose name I forget pointed out. In fact Reznor has worked closely with the lead singer from Skinny Puppy in at least one project that I know of.
So I guess what I'm trying to say is that what you composed here is truly good, genuine industrial. I can't make anyone change the way they vote on material like this, and I can't fault them if they just don't like the original genre. I mainly just wanted to let liteners know WHY the original Drillcore and this remix (which I think is a fraction better than the original) deserve such high ratings. I hope no one thinks I'm a pointyheaded asshole for writing all this!!
OK, extraordinarily long review concluded. Haha, thanks if you read it.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.