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|Track 10 (instrumental) by Alpha Cae|
|i like this sound... melodic and mildly epic. relaxed, easy listening but with a sort of cinematic edge to it. everything blends together pretty well. i think the feeling that this tune captures in the first two minutes or so is just so immaculate and blissful... also, the solo bass intro is a nice way to lead into the sudden burst of the song's gentle flow, with truly sublime piano+plucked melody. the latter half may be slightly over-dramatic, but i don't think it's anything that egregious, really. gooood stuff.
reviewed on: 2006-03-08 19:34:49
|Silence(electromix) by dj storm|
|yo. this is a rockin tune... i'm diggin the song's transitions from moody ambience, to hard electro, to sorta hard-freestyle, then back to a blend of all the elements condensed into one emotive movement... also, very prudent sampling of the original 'silence' vocals, i think. overall, a pretty tight, accessible track here.
reviewed on: 2006-03-08 19:14:49
|(response from artist) thank u for the review...and 4 ur time man|
|What a Beautiful Life by Monkey Dragon|
|yo, pleasant track. the acoustic beginning has a sort of classic folk rock feel to it, which is cool... then when the drums come in, the song becomes very uplifting and happy... this is definitely a solid pop/synth-pop track.
reviewed on: 2006-03-08 19:06:25
|No Cash- Live de-magnitized instructional Lesson 9 by DJ TripVanwinkle|
|yo man, this is just soooo awesome and really frickin interesting and original. i really dont know what else to say about it... lol. excellent stuff.
reviewed on: 2006-02-24 19:28:44
|(response from artist) YaY !!! free shirts for everybody !!! (if they ever get here)...thanx 4 tuning in...|
|A Wump's World by Robert Janzen|
|first house track, huh? not bad at all. the pure naked beat itself with the pumping bassline gets my head boppin. i think you should keep that but maybe brainstorm on some different ideas for the melody. with that firm beat underlying i really feel like u'd be able to dig a little deeper melodically and in turn make the track that much more awesome... altho i did indeed enjoy the change towards the end with the simpler piano touch and the neat lil diddly with the toms there.
reviewed on: 2006-02-24 19:17:00
|(response from artist) glad u liked it :-) Thnx!|
|Electric Fetus from Space by CJ Weaver|
|yah man... verrrry chill stuff here. this is so relaxing. the ambiences really got me reflecting. and the variation in the drumming is undubitably awesome. i love that sample thrown in around 2:00-ish, too. spontaneous spoken word parts like that are perrrrfect for tracks like these with different shifting energies and a defined flow. good shish.
reviewed on: 2006-02-24 19:05:03
|A New Vision by Sonus|
|hey dude. this is a pretty good track, imo. rhythm section is definitely tight... keeping a deep foundation with the bass to allow the sublime ambiences to bloom so pleasantly and gently over me. there's a certain playful, elegiac quality to the track too which i love. great outro too, man. very good work.
reviewed on: 2006-02-24 18:36:49
|Let It Beat by Delicious|
|this is pretty cool, actually. i like this a lot. it progressively builds for like two minutes then comes with that brooding breakdown... every element flows and melds into the next seamlessly... and i dig that alternate bassline around 3:18 that at first seems a little spontaneous but then builds up to that four-to-the-floor beat... i dunno how a typical clubhead would respond to it, but i definitely really enjoyed this tune. good stuff
reviewed on: 2006-02-22 18:09:33
|UL-XYZ in 2D (Original Mix) by Mat Zo|
|yo, this is the real deal. definitely some realass prog i could hear in a bumpin set. the beat is solid and as a fan of great melody myself i can say you've got some stupendous ideas goin in this track throughout. great work.
reviewed on: 2006-02-22 17:59:07
|Homeland by Stealthsonic|
|pretty chill track, buddy. and good imagery. before i even read the track's description i could tell that you were tryin to evoke a kind of nostalgic feeling in the song... particularly of an exotic environment or, in your case, the homeland. the flutes were a pretty, graceful touch and so were the voices near the end... this sorta reminds me of some laidback works by this chillout group Arkestra One... so all in all, goooood work.
reviewed on: 2006-02-01 16:59:34
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