I think it's well done and sounds generally good, but the part from 0:49 to 0:58 and 1:03 to 1:05 are technically poor. I guess that's fault to the software/soundpack you were using, but it's there nonetheless. If more well executed I'd probably rate this a 4.
already writing to it..i needed this. gonna vibe out..ill send it when its done.
Nice! I've got three separate verses written to this now. One of them is mine, one is yours, and one is from a dude I know up in Canada (I know a lot of Canadian rappers, haha.)
Dope loops dude!
I thought the quality was fairly decent, couldve been more bass in there, but you got the filters and mix down well.
Other than this, everything else was great. I was feelin this shit for real. Sexy snare too.
Solid track. Interestingly it's not what I envisioned when I read the title.
- Very gritty overtones and theme
- It is deceivingly simplistic. To better elaborate on my meaning... It reminds me of more an acid trip-hop track that I would expect out of, say, mixes of Immortal Technique (e.g. Creation and Destruction, which if I recall, was cooked up by Marley Marl). This isn't to say this track is akin to it in a compositional manner- but rather the very soul. It packs a lot, does not bore, and is deceivingly simple. It is not too busy or riddled with inconsistencies.
- The other side of the medallion: Atmofuckingspheric. Straight misty shit, like what I would hear in Saint Germain's "Jazzy day". I applaud that you care enough as an artist to add a looming presence to your piece when it is gritty as they both go hand-in-hand a la Johnny Depp and bizarre (Thinking more along the lines of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, mind you)
- Great flow. Your method of off-beat segmentation is really growing on me fast because it does not, in the bloody least, derail the listener from the experience. It feels integral and as if it is telling a tale. I find a lot of artists out there struggle with this while others simply capture it (e.g. Haywyre- and let's be honest, bredgen knows his shit)
- The only thing I feel that stood out and seem slightly aloof, was regarding the kick-roll at roughly 1:03. I would like to believe I understand what you mean by implementing it there- but it feels off, in the worst sense possible. I would understand panning the kick-roll from left/right in a sweep or even having a tiny secondary kick at a lower frequency gain to charge up and continue the track (i.e. second kick, similar sound, slightly lower freq, at first kick is at 10% volume, at end of kick roll is at 80-100%). It just feels out of place and cheesy versus the sort of quality you're offering here otherwise. That's just my two cents, mind you.
Keep churning, homie. That butter gettin' good.
Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.