Love that main riff. Are you playing that or is it a sample? It layers very well with that muffled robot voice...too well, I'm surprised. Something that harsh doesn't easily blend. I don't know much about brostep, but I find that the best tunes walk that line between too harsh and just harsh enough.
It needs more though. Add more things. I'm not saying add more layers overall, but little nuances that pop up for differentiation. There needs to be elements that separate one section of the song from the other, you know what I mean? like " what makes 2:20 any different than 1:20". They sound very similar and it makes the song feel same-y. Could you alter the bassline? maybe replace the robot voice with something else for the second half of the song? maybe mix up the beat? maybe put a bridge in there that completely different from the rest of the song?
I really like this though, very attention grabbing.
That's not a sample, lol I created it myself. Thank you for the tips, though! This IS my first Brostep song, after all. I'll be sure to progress once I get some more going. Glad you liked it!
exactly what you said it is. someone's first actual attempt at this style of music. so that's good. you've performed to-par. now, refine it. you, as a whole, gotta work on changing the tune up a bit. change things up. if you're looking into Brostep, Skrillex is a good, and very popular example. Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites demonstrates the two stages of a dubstep song. a kind of serene area, and a rugged area where all the bass is.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.