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Aug 24, 2005 | 12:02 AM EDT
File Info
2.9 MB
3 min 12 sec
0.77 / 5.00

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Rated 0.77 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Drum N Bass

Author Comments

I bet you didn't know the snare drum sounded that good without snares, did you?



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

pesky catchy trap n snatchy

Who is this guy? This is good. Really
really good. Damn. OK, I grew up in
Miami listening to radio Havana, and those
guys who'd gather around South Beach near
the dog track and bang their bongos n
steel n such. this has that as an antecedent
(meaning those guys coulda been this dude's
great uncles or sumthin.) Howevah, he has
taken that aesthetic and run it through
jazz school (like Berkely in boston?) and
practiced the shit out of it so he makes
it sound easy (which it is so not.)

snappy and catchy, fo sure.

FUNKbrs responds:

Wow, that's possibly the best compliment I've ever gotten on my drumming. Honestly, I've never even had a drumming lesson. I just spend a LOT of time jamming.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hot Rhythms!

I did know the snare drum sounds that good without the snare! This proves that further. I love it when the drums speed up and the bass starts hitting wildly.

You have a lot of drumming skill and I also don't really agree with the people that fake drums solos on software. Unless of course this is done as an intergral part of a song with more elements.

Don't worry about what the other guy said, giving yourself 5's is ok, as long as you do it:

-when your song has 0 after it's no longer on the front page

-when your song has been unfairly voted; this clearly shouldn't get lower than a 3

Giving yourself a 5 is only permitted because it's the only way to fight back after being treated unfairly; this way you have a chance to get back up and become heard again.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Alrite For Drums

Pretty good drums, but i advise you to stop giving your songs 5.