Happy feel-good stuff
Very well made and sidechained, this song has a definite polish to it. As you listen, it feels crisp and clear, if not a little dry. I found the guitar wasn't fitting in place for some reason - maybe too much bass, too much reverb, or just too much slap on the strings.
The experience is a happy and hardcore one, reminiscent of the genre that does not originate in the place you live but people enjoy it a lot anyway. Like EpicFail said, this would be great if played live in your local neighborhood or whatever.
Happy and free, this song releases all care to the wind and just hurtles along. It's a good remix by another NG artist, who approves of it wholeheartedly ;). The repeated synth has an emotional feeling about it that made the original song good, and makes this one even better.
There was certainly a feel of great production and amazing quality from the beginning, which sort of deteriorated when the strange reeverbing guitar came in. But you could still tell that this was made very nicely and it had a little of the Wow! factor in there.
I like the production and the beat. The synth melody can get a little repetitive, hence people rating it down a little, but the reason people like this so much is because of its professionalism and feel-good attitude. Two things we need more of in the audio portal. Thanks for letting me listen.
--Production-- = 18/20
--Experience-- = 15/20
--Style-- = 17/20
--Wow Factor-- = 16/20
--Personal Tilt-- = 16/20
OVERALL SCORE: 82/100
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