chapter 23 – le train-train quotidien
we’d like to go on with the routine: showing the so-called secret gems the dear internet, soundcloud, gold old youtube has donated us. compared to the other chapters, the itinerary for this one was pretty short, due the decreasing percentage of releases (a reason could be dull week, more work, less time for the music). it’s not that we’re going to complain about it. furthermore we’d like to skip the platitudinous intro and go on with the show – chapter twenty-three:
1. Cid Rim – Kano
first song, first stunner. the tale starts with ‘kano’, a track which is produced by austrian-beatmaker-composer-god cid rim. for those who might never heard about the name, he is known for some beautiful reinterpretations of well-known from artists such as sky ferreira, chvrches, dorian concept & many more. to talk more about the song itself – a merger between crispy synths & trenchant hihats, kicks & drums. we’re talking about a typical track of this austrian prodigy. by typical we mean, the extraordinary creative-yet-diverse melo-composition & the perfect arrangement. we’d highly recommend you the check the release & his other ones. you can catch his songs on labels such as luckyme, affine records & jakarta records. full support, posted. thank you.
2. Gylzey – Neotoric (Oshi Redo)
next song, we have a reinterpretation here. track title: neotoric. remixer: london-based oshi. by checking out the soundcloud of the young lad (in fact oshi is just a sixteen years old, which is pretty impressive), you’ll get the sense that this fellow gets better release per release. the first one did magically appear around three months ago. to talk more about the song, we honestly did not know the original of also london-based gylzey, so that we had to check it too to make a comparison: young oshi did extend the intro, amend the bridge from bassline one to two with the usage of ice-melting synth-layers, changed up the outro. to sum it up – a refix of an original that did not need to be changed dramatically. both artists got our full support – feel free to check them out.
3. ✞Loft✞ – Wrotethiswiththebrokenpieces
‘wrotethiswiththebrokenpieces’ by canadian-based loft can be ‘genre-fied’ as an ambient track, which is fused with elements of the cinematic-electronic music section. the song begins with an mellow intro, a mellifluous usage of strings, acapellas, claps, and 808s. we’re talking about a perfect concept, and the more we’re concentrating on the music concept, the more we have the opinion that nowadays every single track needs a perfect setting – doesn’t matter if we’re talking about the arrangement, the mixdown, or mastering. without one of these elements, it’s pretty tough to build up an atmosphere while playing your creation. canadian loft gives you the perfect example of how the presettings should be done. a song for the sunrise, for the dawn & dusk. thank you. full support.
4. Great Skies – Fountains
next one – ‘fountains’ by london-based producer ‘great skies’. if you’re new here on this beautiful website, this guy was previously part of our series. to talk more about the release, ‘fountains’ is part of the soon-to-be-released extended play named ‘lagoons’. the track structure: a pile of pleasantries. a future garage from the ambient bass or better let’s call him, the ambient dance music producer. and yes indeed, this is a track to dance to.. ..so dance, dear user. you can catch a copy of the song via the future-garage-edm-network on soundcloud. just take a look on his acc and you’ll find the download-link. we’d like to say thank you for the song, and we’re pleased for the release of the lagoons ep, and of course for your future releases. instant support.
5. Jason Derülo – Whatcha Say (Noï Remix)
‘whatcha say’ by jason derülo is not really an unknown song. same goes with remixes-reinterpretations of jason derülo tracks. same goes with remix-reinterpretations of the original artist imogen heap. we have here a track that shows you the evidence that sometimes prejudging something is going to be a terrible mistake. lyon-based producer (yes, that’s in france, dear friends) noï took the original, and created a noï-track of it. we actually hate the term. but we’re going to use it – a futuristic hip hop track, with the pretty good set and used vocals of imogen heap & of course derülo. it doesn’t matter if we’re talking about the piano-solo, the (let’s call it) re-calibrated synths & of course the crunchy drums. check out the other releases, they’re worth the time.
sooo that’s the end of the dull routine for this week. keep in touch with the tale, the blog, our site. and don’t forget to order some pizza.
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