25 Year Old Producer and Dj from Warwickshire,UK
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Piano Track (very early WIP)
hey there got a vocal for this track, i'd love to work my magic on this one im signz of the signz project you up for someone remixing it? got the parts in wav! nice track very nice i'm sure the vocal i have would put the cherry on the cake.........if not no worries kool music you have
has a bit of the lean on me when your not strong vibe. It works, well played
Ok getting a sitar sound here.....reminds me of that Monsoon track Ever So Lonely a bit.....keys and chord changes......now more lively till the break......basic but the structure is there....I think it needs a heap of counter melodies and layering....or just a vocal would work...guitar too as mentioned and offered!..like it so far! Kevin Mooney
Hey Tim....i like this a lot....cool sounds....but, the beat has me well hooked!. And with a chord progression like this, id love to try a little something with it, if ud let me.
PM me if that would be ok......but for now, u get a `pre` rate!!.
Nice chord sequences and melodies. Could see this going somewhere. The piano sound is quite nice but maybe a little flat sounding, some eq to make it brighter might help.
Very interesting, the constant beat underneath reminded me a bit of Eye if the tiger! But no, it's really classic, def early world music.
hi tim, well chords sounded nice in this track. and nice melodic feel to the track and some breakbeat with it. track is moving along nicely too, looks like the finished product should be nice, and sry i can't sing.
Matt (would have rated)
Can't rate - if you make it rateable send me a PM to remind me dude
Interesting track dude. Got originality to my ears. I hear the world music influences but it's nicely quirky too and nicely understated (yeah that can be a good thing). Take a rate dude
havnt a clue bout sacles and stuff,1 note at a time trial and error for me:)sounds good, likin that accordion sound,paino sounds natural and flows well nothing out of place from this end,not much help really,
I've been making music on and off since school, when a Christian Aid group held a presentation at assembly. At the end they gave everyone a Bible and a copy of Dance eJay
Needless to say, I never used the Bible
As heard on Car Jack Streets. Out now on iPhone and iPod Touch
Using mostly Reason 3.0 and Cubase SX along with an Edirol PCR-M50 I make tunes of various genres, mainly Dance, Trance and Breakbeat
All comments are much appreciated and everyone is welcome to download the tracks. If you enjoy my music please remember to rate!
If you'd like to remix one of my tracks (or would like me to remix one of yours) please email me or PM me in the Forums. I'm also looking to do some collaborations so if you're interested just let me know.
(Click Artists Pic to Listen to the Remix)
VDT:- So Damn Funky (3rd Cylinder Rmx)
WDM:- So Damn Funky (Show Me Your Soul Rmx)
To Listen to the Original Mix of So Damn Funky >> click here <<
Kevin Mooney:- Garumba (Foonk Mix)
**NOTE TO REMIXERS:- All I ask is that you let me know once you complete a remix, and that you post it on your MP3unsigned Artist Page. All completed Remixes will get a picture link from my page. Please do not use my samples and melodies in your own original tracks without first asking me for permission. It's very unlikely I'd said no.
(Click Artists Pic to Listen to the Remix)
M4rt3z:- AcousticPhobia (DiJu Rmx)
Redshirt Theory:- MoneyBeatz (DiJu Rmx)
Atom:- Take Over (Digital's "Go Away" Rmx)
Atom:- Take Over (Digital's "Ayattolah Tha Immoral" Rmx)
©Tim Pilgrim 2008
Next rack up is a track by Tim EP (Digital Jeggernaut) called Electro Robot, a track which I am very familiar with as I commented on it when it was released and also downloaded a remix pack which Tim released containing all of the main elements of the song. I did actually spend quite a bit of time messing about with the samples in Ableton live and became very familiar with the sound. The samples T
Is it just me, or is the synthesized/vocoded speech coming back into fashion? I'm hearing it nearly everywhere these days (even I've been guilty of using it recently)! Yes... this track has some Stephen Hawkings sound-a-like vocals (thankfully, there are no awkward pauses before each line), and this is played pretty much throughout the track! This sounds pretty cool, although it could do with havi
Words are scary shit. Just looking at this artists name, and the title alone has sent me into a downward spiral - long before I hear so much as a note of music. The obvious conclusion to leap to is the same as always, I don't have a lot of empathy with straightforward electronica and even less for the Dance strain of the genre. At this point, Tim EP (for it is he) is probably cra
I would suggest that if you have not heard the original, do so now for a fuller picture of this track…….
This track was originally written by Redshirt Theory, Money Clips, and progressed to the collaboration with 3rd option and Acro (both ex-Mid-L-Men), Money Beatz.
DiJu got his colossal hooks and twisted imagination on it next
12 Inch Blade by Digital Juggernaut
Okay – it’s not exactly a picture of a digital juggernaut but it is from a postage stamp and, if you were able to turn it over you would find, on the back, more than enough room for me to write what I know about breakbeat J - so with that in mind, I’m going to start off writing about something I do know a bit more about – language.
For those of you who don’t know me I am the singer/song writer here at mp3unsigned.com. You find some of my tunes as half of the duet Serenity (www.mp3unsigned.com/serenity.asp) and as solo artist RainyD (www.mp3unsigned.com/rainyd.asp).
Tim asked for this review when I offered some up recently.
Now a tribute to a TV programme, now this is different for me! I have seen the show and some friend
Okay then so once again Tim Ep ( Digital Juggernaut )is another artist that I have got to know a little since joining this site. Being only twenty two he shows great potential in his music and has a real happy go lucky personality. He can be cheeky at times lol, but never fails to make me laugh.
Sadly he is going to be off travelling soon and I for one will miss he's little jokes and quirky sense
I am a little late in getting round to review this Digitial Juggernaut collaboration with mp3unsigned favourites, minus13 TIME and Abeey.
But boy was it worth the wait.
I'm sorry but this tune - for all its experimentation, breakbeat, call it what you want - is 100 per cent commercial in my book.
There's some Mike Skinner-esque rapping, great beats, perfect synth accompianment, and pr
Today’s review is Tim e.p aka Digital Juggernaut
Pandemonium (feat Minus13, TIME & Abeey)
From the intro to the finale this is a massive massive collab. featuring a couple of big hitters on this site
Minus 13 and the up and coming vocal queen of smiles Abeey Williams. Also a name I haven’t come across a guy who goes by the name of time.
The track is in the hip-hop genre, un
As I have said previously, this is certainly not my Genre but I know what I like and I defo liked this from Tim (Aka Digital Juggernaut.)
The addition of Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech was inspired and really keeps the listener interested.I actually watched the original speech on TV in the 60s ( yup I AM that old!) and Trance was not a word which was associated with music generally,
Digital Juggernauts remix of Redshirt Theory's Money Beats definitely accomplishes what Tim set out to do, and that was to make the track sound different than Redshirt's version while keeping the same theme. As a big fan of Redshirt's version I wasn't sure of what to expect becasue it's always tough to put your stamp on someone else's work and make it feel diff
this track is just massive. Sure its a remix of a track ive done called "Money Beatz" so i may be a bit partial. But what really impresses me about Digital Juggernaut is the performance. He chopped and sliced and diced, turned my samples into his own melodies masterfully. Id encourage you to listen to the original to see how different he made this track. I like at lea
Digital Juggernaut is the band name of Tim Spicer, a 22 year old producer and DJ from Warwickshire,UK. A new name to me from MP3 Unsigned to be sure, and one that works in the Breakbeats field too, which - as you well know - isn't always a good place for me to find decent tracks. Funnily enough, MP3 Unsigned seems to be home to a lot of Breakbbeat artists, so it's a bit puzzling that I
Breakbeat - a genre that I'm really just starting to get into. Am I
gonna be swayed by the fact that this appeals to my tastes? No, there's
no real need. Let me explain: from the very start I could tell that
this was gonna be good. The guitar-like sound that opens is excellent,
suitably 'funky'. The drums themselves are good and solid, not overly
complicated, but doing their job well. The voc
Here goes been slow in my reviews of late but lets get the show on the road
Tim ep AKA Digital Juggernaut track so dam funky live
Lucky for Tim I been playing this track for the past 2 days J the guitar sample is a work of art, fits the mood of the track so well. the synth sound are very nice deffo the kind I would use in a shoot. The vocals are very nice, foxy vocals how o
Hello mates! This is
the first time I’m reviewing Tim EP (also, my first victim with my new rating
system for reviews), otherwise known as…well you should know who he is. He’s the Juggernaut b****!! Sorry I couldn’t resist myself!! Well to be more specific, he’s the Digital
Juggernaut and dwells in the electronic realm.
He can make songs ranging from break bea
Digital Juggernaut is an up and coming musician who shares my rational and logical take on life. the irony is people will use logic and reason to make their music, but what use it in other things.
First my criticisms.
The vocal samples were a little repitive for me. and the "previously on lost" got tiresome to me. although 6 is not a low rating, its considered low for som
here goes! starting with the sample which makes up the bulk of the
track and song title rightly so, it sends a message off to start the
track off, and one that returns throughout the track, a nice touch, but
what about the music i hear you cry!!!? musically theres alot of very
brief sounds in this track, theres nothing really solid to comment on (
not a bad thing at all) but theres no rea
this is about the hardest hitting song in the review session so far, it
comes at you very hard, with some great synth sounds, which you have to
admire, they are so crisp and powerful true floor filler sounds coupled
with a killer acid synth sound which couples with the lead synth very
well. The melody in this song is great it has a real feel to it, which
i would be dancing like a nutcas
must say im fast becoming a fan of this artist's work, he has a
tendancy to pick up on vocal samples which either make me laugh or just
sit there with my mouth open. Which will bring me right onto the point
of vocal effects, not only is the vocal sample a rgeat one, its also
cut,sliced,diced and genrally messed up in a fashion which leaves me
breathless, im familier with it because my grou
I saw the words, "hard" and "breakbeat" and i couldn't resist but take
this review on, but im still not sure i would class it as breakbeat,
probably again becuase my groups music jumps about more than your
adverage erm... jumping thing, but this dosnt mean that it hasnt got a
really hard edge to it.
This track is very hard hitting and i love it for that fact, the start
is great as well, st
Ok then, the question was "Its Hard Trance, is that ok?" Well we shall see, as I havn't a clue what this is. So this maybe a short review.
Again, like a previous review, I am trying to picture myself as someone this would be aimed at. The beat to the track is quite fast and I could imagine quite a few people getting on down to this track on the dance floor. The main chosen