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Super, super electronic goodness, oozes from my speakers, tight production and warm as well, brilliant work!
On cans so no significant comments on production. Big sound dude, lots of goodies making their way in and out, evolving. Some of the vocal part just gets a little drowned in places by the rising strings (like at 2m44) - just a tad. Now it's going daft vocally LOL. Does the narrator say "asshole" at 3min30? Was the robotic voice at 5min meant to be understood - I could make out the word "music". Good work Pete and thumzup.
Gravity...er...slip-ped my memory :) Good to nick a new DL from ya...Ta! Cwoar...that really is some clarity in the production here..."What do ya think it is"? ..well...I thought that was our Terry doing a lecture there at 2.22 for a moment. ha! Seriously great pounding music tho...vox works really well in there. best track of the week for me up to now. K
Love the bass line, everything else is the icing, excellent. Thumbs up, Gibbo
It's good to hear a new one from you. It's been a while and this is worth waiting for. I love the synth melody and the strides are long and wide. Almost has a soundtrack feel at times. Lush production always a plus.
Trademark lush string pads,Pete. Nice filtering on the bassline too. The spoken vocal works well...very apt. Love the breakdown with the bendy lead and the dead stop...another GravitySlip trademark. Cool speech synth too. Nice one m8 :)
GravitySlip is a Manchester UK based producer.Influenced early on by analogue synths and how much they can warp and twist a sound,this in turn paved the way to the technology based tracks he produces today.House,electro and electronica are elements that are fused to create his own sound
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It's took me a while, but I'm on my second review of my current batch, and this one is by GravitySlip, who works in my most familiar genre!The first thing I hear is a jazzy drumloop, and it's this drumloop that the biggest problem for me! I do like the sound of it, due to production being of the highest quality, but it's more that it sounds rather pedestrian! I personally feel that the drums shoul