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Uploaded: Aug 17, 2006 - 06:55:21 PM
Last Updated: Aug 17, 2006 - 06:55:21 PM Last Played: Apr 10, 2019 - 05:24:36 PM
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ElectroClubCrew said 4687 days ago (August 17th, 2006)
Totally SWEET.

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ledebutant said 4686 days ago (August 18th, 2006)
It's beyond my ability to comment intelligently on this, but I did want
to let you know I thought it was really COOL!
Stun Nutz said 4686 days ago (August 18th, 2006)
... I like hearing retro game samples... they work particularly well here, offsetting the intensity of the density... bringing a lighter mood... but not too light, of course! This is one long track!!! Didn't fail to keep my attention, though.

Too bad we missed each other in Vegas!
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agius said 4686 days ago (August 18th, 2006)
I like the glitchy chaos -- it's fun to listen to, and the lo-fi synths are good stuff. I generally prefer songs with a steadier beat and fewer breaks, but that's probably personal preference.

Reminds me of DJ Exile -- have you used his Reaktor patches?
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chikoppi said 4686 days ago (August 18th, 2006)
My Atari and spontaneous electronic consciousness
The theme here, with the retro sound, is fun. Especially the little runs
the melody makes up and down the scale. You really captured the
flavor of that style.

The phrases and breaks are terrific, especially where you contrast very
different sounds. Each interlude has a distinct character and creates a
unique space.

Something about the beat in this piece seems less intentional than
your earlier "JunglisticA." It seems more random. While I really like the
overall flavor of this mix it didn't convey quite the same sense of
purpose. Not that it has to or that it was any less enjoyable as a result,
but I did notice the difference.

I'm definitely a fan of your work. You might enjoy "The Wretch" on
Magnatune. His style is a little different than yours, but I can definitely
here similarities.

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moorlandt said 4686 days ago (August 18th, 2006)
tasteful madness
what tempo is this, man? Glitchy to the extreme. I really don't know where you get all this creativity from. There's always a big smile on my face when listening to these outworld sounds of yours. Are you really a resident of planet earth? Great again, Shawn... but I can't sing on this. Haha!

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perceptualvortex said 4684 days ago (August 20th, 2006)
me of the many, many hours spent in large arcades.
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datafunk said 4683 days ago (August 22nd, 2006)
U drill She drills We drilled
man this was drillin' fast (and furious).
have to listen it a thousand times more again cause I missed a thousand things once again.
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filthy. said 4512 days ago (February 8th, 2007)
richard d james hasnt got sh*t on this.... straight 10s.
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LIGHTRONIX said 3652 days ago (June 17th, 2009)

It would be so cool to hear you live sometime. What do you use to glitch your tracks with?
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well this seems to be a site loaded with talent. glad i caught on to it. the diversity of tracks i write ranges from ambient to drill .....but all mainly residing in the dark. my main instrument is guitar, but i've been twiddling with synths sample... [see more]

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Drum and bass (drum n bass, drum'n'bass, DnB, d'n'b) is an electronic music style. Originally an offshoot of the United Kingdom breakbeat hardcore and rave scene, it came into existence when djs and producers mixed reggae basslines with sped-up break

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