Only thing I can say is what the fuck? Really goofy shit right here. It's kinda funny and kinda sad all at the same time. But then take a listen to Fletcher, it's straight murder and very similar to Next Hype.
SO what I'm saying is we need a remix mash-up: Tempa-T Work-Out vs Flecther. Grime world and dubstep producers hop to it! The challenge is clear.
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Monday, April 4, 2011
Thug Tetris. That's the best way to describe with one really. It's got one of the whiny distorted organ basslines, some thug sample, hells bells, squee gated synths, and other tweaked out elements. Even with all that going on this tune is rather repetitive and simplistic, and could really benefit from a proper MC flow to flesh out into a full bore anthem. I haven't heard the original so so knows, maybe it's a epic tune already and this is the deconstruction. It's really good, just begging for something more to happen with it.
Well I may be opening up pandora's box by covering Glitch Hop in this blog, but since I've sort of covered it in the past with Juakali, and Bassnectar... doesn't seem much point in avoiding it.
This one by ill.Gates has kind of an asian string melody clashing up against a transformer bassline. Panning robot noises and video games sounds, play up the glitch angle with a finely chopped stuttering breakdown... however it mostly rolls out and doesn't get too crazy with the cuts and clicks. There's some finesse and restraint used that adds a bit of sophistication to track. The whimsical character of some the riffs work as a counterpoint to that hard grinding robo-bass, giving it the added interest to stand up to multiple plays. A little bit of sweet-n-sour action if you will (sorry, thats a terrible metaphor). As far as the [adult swim] line-up I can see this in the Afro-Samarai credit roll, no problem.