Dead Noise System - Never More

Discussion in 'New Talent & Track Reviews' started by Mr Fletch, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. Mr Fletch

    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    New slab of bass fresh from the DNS studio's. Deep, Dark and ridiculously sub heavy!.....hope you like it

     
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    Sick. Really really deep man. And as you say super subby. Nice little groove on this
     
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    That synth, which goes over the whole song really do the work!
     
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    I really like the percussion actually, sounds nice, good work again :)
     
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    Checked this out earlier today (or yesterday now!) when it popped up on my soundcloud. You guys are making some good stuff man :)

    Thanks for doing something different on this one too, I dig a bit of 140 with a kick pattern with a bit of Juke/Footwork flavour as opposed to the half time beat nowadays! Big ups
     
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    I've got to say the lack of weight in the other drums pulls my attention to the kick too much, i personally think a heavier snare would really improve the overall vibes but maybe take the track away from the deep vibes your going for, but i think the overall layout is good.

    Upon second hearing, sounds better although i do get a feeling you should mess around with it more (drum rolls(please not kick!), melodic stabs, fx, etc) only add a few little touches to keep interest going.
     
  7. Mr Fletch

    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX

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    There is no constant snare pattern in the drum work, it's like that on purpous.....I listened to a few Kryptic Minds tracks that didnt have a snare pattern in, and it really stood out, so figured we'd give it a go, I like how we only have a snare hitting once at the end of every 16 bars.......builds angst and anticipation.
     
  8. pattycake

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    I agree with what you say but I guess I just wish the angst and anticipation resolved at least once. :)
    Also would you review one or more of my songs in your blog?
     
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    This is top fletch, good work! :)
     
  10. LVB

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    Dubstep at a level it's supposed to be, epic percussion and super interesting use of reeverb, also an epic bass
     
  11. specter

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    Listening to this sub, I kinda realise what my bass is always missing. Nice work. :)