this is quite good :)
You're alive?! D:
Geez, I can't remember the last time I've heard your stuff. I think the last song I heard was a 3/4 drum and bass track you did. Still as beast as I remember it, methinks.
Sounds like you're in much of as rut as I am :( Been a while since I've pumped anything out (throw everything on soundcloud than on here, copyrights and what have you).
Anyway! This track... quite pro-sawce. Very jazzy and lots of dynamic variation. Tasteful basslines - warm and soothing on the ears. Think I'd have to agree with Quarl on the vocal, buuuutt.. you know.. hypocrites and such.
Hrmmmm, I have no memory of who you are D: I'm sure it'll come back to me if you fill me in.
While I am in a rut with respect to producing, it's only because I'm barely listening to electronic music these days. I picked up guitar about a year ago and I've been enjoying lots of different sorts of music like country/folk/blues/jazz. So, I'm still trying to keep my musical horizons broad despite my lack of online output...
Thanks for reviewing! :)
Damn dude those choppy drums were really special. I was fricken digging the spastic beats! Really out there and experimental. I thought the vocal samps came off as lazily pitch bent but dude: I'm the biggest god damn hypocrite on the face of...hmmmm. You know. Fill in the lol.
Also, only 8 hours? Fuck man, I wish my tracks would pump out like that again. Fucking creative energy karma :p
"only" 8 hours? :( That's 8 hours of time spent in the DAW just moving shit around, at least according to FL Studio. This track took me at least a few weeks, and it was the only thing I made in like 5 months =\ it's more a testament to my lack of creative energy during that period. I also got a few false starts but nothing really ever came of those.
Thanks for the review :) Experimental was the goal!
I really liked this one. Gets quite interesting after the intro, and the percussion is very well made (unlike mine, most of the time).
Thanks for reviewing :)
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.