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Everything posted by willochill

  1. This is really great, those breakbeats have a really cool tone that matches the vibe of the track, I don't know what you did to them but it's awesome. And yes the vocals definitely remind me of burial... I guess it's the spookiness of putting soul vocals under a ton of reverb. Sounds great
  2. Wow, this is nuts. Very much dig. 👍
  3. Really dig this one and the last one. Just out of curiosity, do you create your own soundcloud art? It's really cool
  4. Hey all, posted a few more new mixes of old tunes:
  5. Beautiful, again I really love the organ tone in the beginning and throughout. Love the pattern theme. Not much that I can say other than it ends too soon! Also your mixes are really nice, what sort of setup do you use?
  6. Selling my Traktor Kontrol S2 in perfect working condition. Just cleaned it so it looks great. The box is in bad shape but I'll be shipping it in a bigger box with a lot of bubble wrap so don't worry. Comes with a dual RCA as well as old stickers. DOES NOT come with Traktor Pro 2 or Traktor Scratch Pro 2 software. https://www.ebay.com/itm/224052220678 Also I made a youtube video of me demoing the thing to show that it works.
  7. Yeah I remember learning that. Also "Yo" is a nice combo of "Yes" and "No"
  8. Damn I love watching his administration scramble to fix things whenever he runs his mouth
  9. I've never seen someone manage to turn drinking water into such a defiant gesture Assuming that is water
  10. Dammit Destinesia is way better too Also has it been said, that English lacks a word, which exists in many languages, which is a word to say "yes" in contradiction to a negative statement? This has always been a cause of confusion among English speakers, for example: "You didn't go to the movies did you?" How do you contradict that and say "On the contrary, I did go to the movies!" I know in French the word is "si." I nominate any of the following for English: "Yee", "Yo", "Yay", "Yot", "Yop", or "Yeet".
  11. "Oblivitence" - The state of having walked into a room for a specific purpose and completely forgotten what that purpose was.
  12. I actually really really dig this, from the outset, such a lush sound, and it builds up so well throughout the track. No recommendations or anything, everything needed is there and nothing more. What is that high pitched synth from the beginning and throughout? I love that organ-like sound.
  13. The idea is really good but it sounds kind of like the main synth is not quite synced up with the beats, which is a bit off-putting, also what TheBro said. The pad towards the end is actually really cool, I think it ought to come in earlier. It seems like there's a lot that could be done with it though, the drum programming is really good.
  14. If David Bowie was high on ketamine and not coke
  15. Very cool, I get what the others were saying about repetitive stuff but I think this totally linear non-pattern based stuff is wicked, always something unexpected. Sounds like pure sonic experimentation, like something out of a chemical laboratory expressed in sound... I could sit at a modular synth for hours and let it tickle my ears
  16. I really appreciate the honest feedback, it's good to know people are actually listening and critiquing on here. I'm gonna hopefully post some more of these new mixes soon. Thanks for the listens!
  17. Immediately dig, the opening pad on the first one is lushh. Love those fluffy cloud-like pads. It turns into a real farkin groove Second one is minimal beauty I kind of feel you on the whole DAW thing, I'm trying to move away from it but I end up using one again and again just because it is so fucking useful that it feels stupid not to.
  18. Made some new mixes of old Jungle tunes I made a few years ago. Here's one of them.
  19. Not sure if this is a page for sharing me owns jungle, butt fuck it I made some new, better mixes of some old jungle tunes I made a while back. Uploaded one of em today
  20. Nice! There's not enough Muslimgauze love in the world, mostly because his music is so fucking weird. I know a lot of people that are really into weird music that just can't make sense of it. Love most of it though and this album is great
  21. Banging! Really banging Is that a bona fide 303 or a simulation? Cuz it sounds great Also side note the sample really reminds me of Luke Vibert's "London is a country coming down from its trip" ?
  22. Cambodian Acid! Although not really acid, more like glitch. Cool stuff, the beat is very disorienting in a good way.
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