- North Dakota
This track is awesome! I especially love the vox sampling. The song flows naturally and every time you want something to change it does. I'm not sure what your overall vision is for this project, but I think this track has a lot of crossover potential. If you're not planning on this as a single, I would maybe even make 3 versions of it: one for you (exactly how YOU want it), one for the general electronic music audience (make it sort of bouncy/hip hop influenced) and then one for the pop audience to even potentially shop if you want (take that sample at 0:50 and blow the doors off, make that a huge pre-chorus and then explode into a Beyonce-style radio hook/drop). Regardless of what you decide to do with this track, I think it's a really killer idea and you have a lot of different ways to potentially take it. Keep it up and good luck!
Disarming and disorienting synths wash over the listener like crashing waves, with little more than a rapid-fire beat to hold on to. An exercise in incremental melodic change over time, this song employs the use of a simple melodic phrase repeated on an infinite loop, periodically affected by slight tempo changes and various degrees of detuning. Ultimately a simple yet satisfying electronic track that is infinitely more complex than it lets on at the outset.
I like this mix, but not sure what I can do with it. It's not really radio material, more for EDM/clubs, do you do some club DJ'ing? If not, I'd suggest finding someone who does and collaborating with them. I can hear your talent in this tune, lots of depth to it. Image is intriguing in that not sure why it is connected to this composition. Thanks for your submission, good luck with your music and mixes!