DJ Fresh - Gravity Feat. Ella Eyre

Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by Dalek657, Nov 11, 2014.

  1. Dalek657

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    Not mind blowing, it's just a break with some vocals over it, no real bass in the mix. I feel like he got a pretty nice combination of pop and bass on his "Kryptonite" album with tracks like Lassitude, Hypercaine and obviously Gold Dust, which I've always been partial to, nothing he's done since has really done anything for me.
     
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    I like everything he puts out really I'd prefer it to be mainly drum & bass but he's had HUGE success with it you can't blame him for trying something different and like Knife Party I notice every genre he tries he seems to make the best out of it and even his pop and bass is more bearable than most of the charts. Big respect to him
     
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    Always got maximum respect for Fresh, the guy is a legend to me. He was Bad Company ffs!
     
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    Fresh was an absolute don up to and including Krypronite. Since then... it's genuinely painful to listen to most of his tracks :thumbsd:
     
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    don gone wrong


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