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The ugly hybrid bastard of jazz and dubstep, made in a moment when reason and common sense were probably away (coffee break or toilet, don't really know).

Track mistakenly composed and sequenced by Mihai Sorohan in 2012.
Saxophone part courtesy of Simon D'souza.

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Holy Shit.... I will use this in my next video. I would love to hear more of this.

sorohanro responds:

Cool :) Thanks
After I'm done with current projects, I might make some more.

Haha! The humour is this track is fantastic! The sax is epic, too. Dub could use a bit of work, but the concept of Jazzstep is epic.

sorohanro responds:

Thanks. I'll try to see some new combinations :)

Coool man. Kinda been picking up some dubstep for my radio show, here and there. This will have to be played, in our new season. So make it longer..haha. Thought it was a pretty cool mashup, there.

sorohanro responds:

Will remake, remix, improve, prolong...etc
Thanks for review :)

Good idea actually but the mix is pretty sloppy, espeially in the more all-out dubstep parts. I imagine it might sound better with some tighter drums that arent from an acoustic kit, and eqing out some of the most abrasive frequencies in the forment bass. If your are after all going to make a jazzstep song you might as well try to make it somewhat accessible to listeners of both styles

sorohanro responds:

Good points, thanks for the feedback.
I'll see what I can do about those :)

I very liked it. Sad that it's not longer but this is a good melting. Jazz+Dubstep is a good idea which can work : this track shows why. I hope there will be a new version reworked and longer. I approuve the other review.

sorohanro responds:

Thanks for review :)

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4.43 / 5.00

Apr 21, 2012
9:24 PM EDT
File Info
2.9 MB
1 min 15 sec

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