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Nice use of sequencing bass & drums, very cool!, nice one Gravity Slip.
I like the smooth vibe of this tune. Great sound also. Cool synths coming up and hypnotical beat. Like!
a sombre feel to the start, then the hear-beats...growling synths...1m brings this to life...the haunting melody line keeps this grounded in sadness...liked that little swelling part 5:33-ish...big synths in 6m and following...a lot to listen for in this.
Creeps in like a guest you thought you invited but a moment staring realized you don't knw who the f u c k they are but glad they're there nontheless.
Excellent track to listen to whilst revisiting the lost book of enki, it is realy quite hypnotic and i found myself falling deeper and deeper... Sublime toon dude. Thanks for the dl. Mal.
Intro volume seems too loud to me... Yeah the synths sound like they are peaking. Not quite clipping but close to the red. Loving the 303 bass but that organ is harsh... Needs less volume and maybe a cut on the verb as it rattles.. Top slice of Techno dude love the synths in the back ground...Little glitchy sounds :) Solid rhythm but would like to hear the kick...Sounds very close in freq to the bass... I'm been Picky but this is mint dude... I hear the kick nice and clear from 6:50 that's how I want to hear it through out the track...Peace,Ricky
This has some cool housey moments in it,after that creepy intro. Luv it when it kicks off,great rhythmic bassline against the percs. It's almost hypnotic @ 2:02 ...could easily get lost in here if I'm not careful.Very subtle filtering there...I'd be tempted to make ears bleed there...twist that knob lol.Nice chained white noise attack too.
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