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Jul 6, 2006 | 3:00 PM EDT
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3.9 MB
6 min 47 sec
3.54 / 5.00

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Rated 3.54 / 5 stars
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Electronic - Ambient

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An ambient, glitch, downtempo funk that I produced in a month. Low Q for filesize. (6:46)



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


love the synth that comes in at the start. nice round sound. builds up into drums and something resembling acid. quite nice, but really takes off when the reverbed melody comes in. nice groove and good production skills on here. goodwork :)


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

not bad!!

So, i just would like to say that i like your braindance.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


I'm having an amazing day so far, if you hand't heard, I got a job, and I'm overall enjoying my summer. Otyher than the ban, of course :P I'm even wearing a hawiian shirt! XD


Personally, I don't really like songs that fade in in any way. Filters, volume control, it all kind of wore on me that fade ins were 'innaffective, and the lazy mans way out'. Maybe a more creative approach is nessecary?

When the drums at the beginning broke in, I felt that they just broke in. There was no indicator about when they were kind of going to break in, which make the listening and the enjoyment of the song feel more forced. After the first 4 beats though, the groove set in. You just need a drum break in or something.

The glitch drums you bring in were, awesome, but I'd like to have those drums break in with that llittle arp synth, and then bam. Back to the main drum line you had going at the beignning, for some added smoothness :D

The song is very well arranged, and I can hear the obvious effort, even if it is a little repetitive.

TO THE SCORES!!!11!11one

Originality sits at a glorious 8. Glorious, because this type of ambient (funk shit) has been done about a trillion times, but you threw in some awesome breaks, smooth synths, and a relatively unique way of arranging. Nice work.

The overall songs diversity would be at a 9, since you have many differnet PARTS of the song. There is no definate part of the song, you keep switching to different parts. Diverse track.
But, it truely sits at a 7. because, even though you have many different parts of the song playing at different part to make it pretty, those parts are repetitive. I would like to see much more diversity in the future, possibly a nice build up chord progression through the track?

Clarity is a 9, because of the rev. crash cymbal. It is simply too loud :(

Effort is a magnificent 10, even though it is repetitive, I can hear the effort. You deserve no less, sir.

OVERALL, its an 8. A very cliche ambient funk groove track that is horribly diverse and groovy. Awesome work man.

Time to drop some more reviews, like how the chinese dropped bombs on Pearl Harbour. But mine wil be much more effective (in a good way, of course :D)

Keep this up, yo!


PS: 18 days left on my ban... :(


Rated 5 / 5 stars

braindance crew, respect you

nice groove on this one keeps it ticking over well. All round good'en, i like when the organ bit comes in, super chilled. Oh, and yeh, take a month over ur tunes if u have to, just cause us old bastards knock em out in an hour doesn't mean u should:P
keep em coming


Rated 4 / 5 stars


This is top stuff for what it was, a down-tempo beats driven track. Nice progressive flavour thats nicely stripped back. The keys before the drop out and build back out are very sweetly mixed. Some of the clicky percussion is a little disconcerting at first, but it does grow on you to tell the truth.
I like the progressively pitched down perc. used as fills.
Overall, a great track, but perhaps a little bit too stripped back for its own good. I would have liked a few more surprises. Thats what would really do it for me here.
Keep it up!