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Oct 2, 2011 | 2:41 PM EDT
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Song
9.7 MB
4 min 14 sec
Score
4.42 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.42 / 5 stars
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1,832 Plays | 113 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Dubstep
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Author Comments

Greetz NG!

This piece has been in the works for almost half a year, but in truth I haven't touched it for about 5 months due to overwhelming interest in writing symphonic music and competition pieces. In fact it's the first time I've touched dubstep since then too. It has a real arabic dance feel to it, hence the name razorback, which is bro-slang for a type of sand dune that has a sharp edge and looks like almost a straight drop down. This should also appeal to super heavy dubstep fans because from 1:38 onward it's pretty club friendly.

Cheers!

- LD -

Reviews


KyandiKyandi

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Razorback

Razorback is gonna protect my from spies. Great tune, A bit too slow for my likings. But very well made! ^^



benenbenen

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Status Quo

this is a very interesting piece.... a few issues as i listen to it. yes it flows but it seems to drag a bit on the dub part, like a hesitation persists. also i would for future Dubstep submissions make a heavier drop between the song and the dub.

other than those few issues, the song is pretty solid.. it retains its style and Arabian theme throughout the length of the piece. best of luck to you in the NGADM.



RiggzRukusRiggzRukus

Rated 5 / 5 stars

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^^^ Nuff said, crank the headphones and let it roll.



TydusisTydusis

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Interesting blend of styles

The song does not clash with itself, which for me happens sometimes when I try and take two different genres and put them together, so good job there.

It invokes that feeling of mystery at the beginning, leading to "discovery" at 1:38. Good overall feeling to it.

The back synth starting at 1:15 could be a bit louder. It sounds fairly silent to me and interferes with the feeling of the song imo. And it starts to drag on a bit for me after about 3 minutes, but as you said it being good for clubs, that's a good thing (maybe).

Overall, I like it, and it's good to hear something different in the dubstep genre, especially a slower, dance-able one, but it doesn't really have that "something special" to make it stand out much above the rest. There is potential here for more, and I think it be would be something really cool if the full potential was reached.

In summary: done well for what it is, but I think there is room for improvement.

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