sinistarr - your obsession

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  1. bluenote

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    agreed. not enough producers switch it up on the second drop. too much copy and paste...

    gettin back to dilly for a moment, he used to love switching it up 2nd time round. still does in some cases.
    break's been doin it a bit recently too.
    need to see more of it.
     
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    Definately man. maybe its a product of making 'dj' friendly music?
    That is why you never hear paradox + nucleus tracks getting played out. Though if you a release like rocksteady/lsd jazz, you can add so much to the breaks of another tune, so so much. i'm giving away secrets here.

    In truth it could be laziness that breeds that cut and paste mindset. find a good sample/hook/loop, make a few bars around that and done deal.

    s'all about progression through a track, thats what i was getting at with the techno influence i guess.
     
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    i love sinistarr;s stripped back drums, they always sound so clean and lurvley. that 2nd drop on the durty track is rude aswell!