"Babes" Cool ARP intro with the reverb and delay sync. Cool percussion, and build-up. Sexy female vocals for the lead in is nice. This is hot. Trumped up female vocals ftw. Bass sounds great and bubbly. I hope to hear this on the dance floor some day. Cool chorus and drop. Solid production, and arrangement.
"LIke I'm Famous" A very energetic beat to get the music started on this track. It was dynamic and powerful with a rhythm and tempo that more than transcended the essence and attitude of the music. it was a very impressive sound and track for this artist.
"Like I'm Famous" Wow I was impressed with the beats here as I was taping my fingers on the keyboard to a song I have never heard before in my life! That means to me that it has not only great sounds but great beats going here! Well Composed!
“The bass of the beat hits you right away and it refuses to let go. I like the heavy drum sound or maybe it's a laser sound. Either way I enjoy it. I like the switch up in the beat at the 46 second mark. The melody of this song will work well on a dance floor full of college kids. Some of the song sounds like a Nintendo game which was the least interesting aspect of the song.”
"Waves" This song would be fantastic in a nightclub. It would have everyone up dancing as it seems a good dance song. It would get the crowd moving. Although it has no lyrics its a good beat and I enjoyed this song as it made me want to dance. Would be a big hit in the club scene. Would love to hear this when out at night.
"T.R.a.C.K." This song is one you don't hear every day cause it has so much techno sort of hip hop song. I found the beat to be strong or powerful and I feel the song that anyone who likes mixed beats should hear this song very cool stuff for sure!
"T.R.a.C.K." I really liked the punchy violin playing that started off the track and thought that it made for an interesting appetizer. I was unsure about all the beeping synthesizers and buzzing electronica, but I do give the band credit for doing something that was off the beaten path. I thought that there was definitely originality to be heard here, and there was a certain intensity to the music that was engrossing. Some of the sound effects almost sounded like a distorted electric guitar which I liked, and the beat was quite furious and indomitable. Although not typically the sort of music I go for, I can see the artistic merit in a song like this. It might not be a commercial success, but I am sure there is an audience that can appreciate what these musicians do.
"T.R.a.C.K. A heavenly string arrangement with emphasis on the violin lets this track take off with a sweet meldoy. the synthesized drumming from the percussion coes in with a solid beat to keep the flow pumping. i thought that the performance took off like a rocket for this artist.
"Waves" Great electronic song, with fast moves and incredible bass with an amazing treble and reverb effect in the song,great melody and the sound rhtough the song makes an incredible piece that could be a dance hit worldwide and make an incredible global smash
"Waves" I really feel that the instruments in this song blended together very well. I was expecting someone to be singing in this song though. I have to wonder what type of lyrics can be put to a song like this however.
"Waves" spun elctro into with high dance floor potential. Develops into a heavy rotation electro big beat track of the type - wait I need to put headphones on for this to get something from the bass , and drums - that's better this is a really good production with some heavy beats. This sound turns up late at night on some of the radio programs I listen to. Drum and bass , new electronica. Excuse me for maybe confusing my genre here but is this now called hardstlye ? Whatever , I love it for its deep probing synth and bass. Gets top marks from me and a place on my playlist. And a place at festivals of electronic music around the world I expect. Great production.
"Waves" Good dance-type beat, I like the build up of sounds. Maybe could have mashed it up with another dance song, or had some Etta James type vocals doing little fillers for the song. Quite unusal and interesting use of beats weaving