Rock, Beats, and Scissors
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Awesome beats to super track..
Great music here, this is very atmospheric and original, awesome vocals too!! I am just stunned at how much attention your MP3Unsigned page has gotten, I have never seen anything like this before, but the music's really great!! Good job it's awesome!!! Got a moment? Would you please check out my new song "Technolust (Pure Techno Mix)" and leave some comments? I think you will really like my new song, it's the best I have ever done! See ya!!! - DJ Frankie Holmes
ah, we like :) Sumerian Gods
hI Man like those sounds,
Very nice edge to this track. Good rhythmwork. Deep bass allways cool. Like the track progress and keep interesting on a high level. The vocals are unexpected and westernlike. Good combination different that makes it good. Excellent synthwork. Nice cool trip for the travelling man....
I love the percussions in the mix, sounds really interesting and cool.
Loving this great track!
Very nice bass. Great beats coming in there nice one of the bass. Cool housy track. That break is really great, nice vocals and synths. Then building towards some great comeback...Very well produced track Red!!! Rated.
l o v e the b a a s s s
Cracnked up and nailed the neighbours.
Wicked stuff matey --
dunno why i didnt catch this before, great work here aaron
Great groove on this track. I like all the different drum layers you add in.
This track is exceptionally beautiful! I definitely got a sense of travelling through warmth and sunshine listening to this. Very nice explosion of lush sounds near the second half. Kudos! :)
likin this track. that bass just throbs away! the way it goes to the breakdown with the vocals and then drops back with the 3 note loop is great.
Nice track. Pristine sound and production. Love the variety of percussion!
Smudge from Smudgie
"I'm sure" that rocks I meant.
Man I'm that rocks on some huge club set up. I like the bongo beats. Cool the way it builds with more and more layers. Kind of surprised to hear lyrics in this type of track, but it works. Like the way it finishes the way it started. Have a well earned rate!
hi m8, long time no speak....yep love the sidechaining here m8, its something that blows u away more in a club for sure....excellent structure..great break..crystal synth m8...no changes needed IMO...goodluck with it ;)
quality electro intro, sweet rhythm and commercially viable, great work m8!!
NOT MY GENRE BUT GREAT TRACK!!!
I've run out of 'praise words' to use for your music Aaron. You blow me away.
The superb Rascals put the icing on the cake.
I wasn't really into this at first, but then it opened in spectacular fashion and I thought to myself "He's only gone and done it again!" There are dance tunes, and there are Redshirt tunes!
Good to hear your back around again Aaron! And back with a bang too... The section with the rascals is superb - really lights up the track as does the great percussion near the end... Good stuff and thanks for the d/l! Cheers, Jon.
amazing percussive sounds and clear mix. the vocals seem a bit like from a different song at first, but then the two different musical worlds unite very well. the music matches the lyrics, the low keyboard pattern sounds a lot like running. the dissonances give it an interesting touch. well done.
Hey Aaron!,,,,Another hugely majestic and euphoric track!....This really excels halfway thru when the rascals come in. Great middle section!...Really liking that ethnic percussion too!.....great work, huge tune!
nice to see you thought this was worthy of a release aaron great vocals from stevy...top tune and rated
I like this track, kinda has a mambo flavor to it, rated.
Don't listen to much hard house/ techno, but that said I got into this! I like the vocals, they are definitely original and work very well.
Very cool mix here!
..like the beats a lot.
I was a bit thrown when the vocals came in. i like em but, hmmm.. i'll have another listen lol
..yeah they work! Nice one ;)
Got an electro feel to it right up my street, rated
Long time no see my friend! Good to hear the classic redshirt sound back :D Tartans vocals were totally NOT what I was expecting.. but they're so damn catchy!!.. 2:22 bit onwards has so much energy, would be awesome to dance to I'm sure! Top stuff, big thumbs up from me :) Kiopo.
Nice to see you back Aaron! This house beat is right on the money.Great collab from you guys.Those distinctive vocals from the TRs blend in surprisingly well.rated
Your music in the UK is so vogue at mo and we want more!!!!!Keep em comin dude!!!SO RATED!!!!
bass how low can you go! just joking fella.. this monster masive.. percussion is ....ing awsome fella
cool house beat too. love the arpeggio reminds me of the stuff i used to spin
bongos are ace dude .. nice vocals too
nice breaks/ build ups .. production cool. massive thumbs up!
Cool build, noisey and full of bass and boldness...
The house beat is strong and works over the synths, like the use of bongos also...
Nice track !!
Great build Red and love the snare snap, nice build to the percussion also, nice breakdown into the vocals and wow, cathcy vocal line too, neat, neat track guy's loving it :)
man you always get your tracks pumpin..theres so much good stuff on the site lately that im constantly giving praise...crackin track Mr Red..you pull it off every time...Mr Peach
Hey guys! Nice to hear you again - it has been a while. Tartans-good to hear that distinctive vocal! Blended with Aarons magic...this sounds awesome! Congrats & welcome back! :)
Liking the machine gun bass pattern......percussion is excellent......vocals and topline melody wonderful.....makes me think of Divine Comedy.......I like the falling effect fill a lot. Very good job. Kevin Mooney
wb red,tartans....second half of the song is the better for me....are you still working on this? it sounds a bit empty... compared to your norm
elements of trance in it hey? tell you what this is a corker of a electro / dance mix.. vox really do it for me.. love the arpeggio in the track kool.. sweet break/ builds into masterpiece of a tune. rated!
Yep, yep, yep! I love the change at 2:20. Such an uplifting part of the song. Great tension build-up until then. You're a pro dude with big time chops, although I'm sure I've told you before. Nice drums at 4:00. All around groovin'!
Red where the fuk did you go bud? I hope i didnt intimdate you away from this site music my big muscles?! No?....ok then! hahah Good to see you back around here again!
Ahh i see someone finally learned how to sidechain! lol Soundin good tho Red! nice bass and i like the way you even sidechained some of the percs & Hats. Ohhh liking that brazilian sound percs. Ahh now i see where the name came from!
Ok hit the breakdown now and the tartans are rockin to it! Whats this? Red doing an arpeggio! lol Sounding real good tho red! This track sounds alot like a Bruce Springsteen track now, very anthem like if you know what i mean but still has that up-to-date dance sound to it! Nice touch at the end on the manual pumping, i like it and it sounds good!
Well have to say its a great sounding track Red and what a track to come back with!
Best of luck with it Red and again welcome back!
great electro house tune,lovin them percs,sweet wee break you never hear vocals like this in this type of tune but it works,turns into a trancy tune then back to electro,brillant track,
Hailing from the Southern California coast, Aaron Jones (Redshirt Theory) developed his innate musical sensibility from his father who played guitar in a local band. Over time Aaron was introduced to classic rock bands like The Beatles, The Who, and Queen; classical composers like Aaron Copeland and Carl Orff; and electronic bands like Prodigy, Chemical Brothers, and Daft Punk. His inspiration to compose stemmed from the undulating beat mixes of bands like the Prodigy and The Chemical Brothers. Impressed by all genres, he quickly found a niche; creating his own style of infusing various instruments with complex beat patterns. This unique sound experiment soon landed him contracts with video game distributors and local Arts groups.
Since 2005, Aaron Jones has collaborated with the prestigious Arts organization, Quixotic Fusion in Kansas City, and has been featured in over twenty games for the Wii, Xbox360, and PS3 consoles. His collaborative mission keeps his style innovative, mixing electronica with instruments that are unconventional to the electronic scene. Recent collaborations include compositions with sitar, banjo, and Celtic flutes. These challenges distinguish his unparalleled approach and are quickly making Redshirt Theory internationally recognized. As an artist that doesn’t settle for conformist musical views, Redshirt Theory continues to explore electronic music’s vast avenues and push the limits for a redefined musical genre.
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So here I am with another review. This week, I took on a different approach of choosing who the victim/lucky person would be. I'm not being egotistical by any means. I love writing reviews and giving people a perspective of their music not thought possible. Basically; a good experience. And not just for the artist but the readers themselves. This week... I decided whoever got #1 on the weekly char
I have to admit that upon the first listen, I found this track confusing in that I was slightly unsure as to where it was going. It has an exceptionally complex structure which takes a few listens to really get to grips with. This is not necessarily a bad thing, however,btu in general, I do feel that the track is much longer than it needs to be. The 1:15 long intro builds exceptionally well,
The first artist this month from MP3 Unsigned is an old mate, Redshirt Theory whose IDM stylee has captured my ears a time or two over the last year or so - and I don't particularly like dance that much. Mind you, I do like almost everything so long as its done well and has plenty to say and on that score it's not surprising that Redshirt Theory should be such a big deal on that site. Funnily enou
Your reviewer can’t help thinking that he’s on a hiding to nothing taking on a track that, at the time of writing, had received 52 comments, 37 ratings, been downloaded 31 times and hit the #1 spot here on MP3Unsigned. But hey, that’s the price you pay for inviting requests for reviews.
Mind you, couple that with the fact that one half of this collaboration (Redshirt Theory) has had, at t
Well first of all I have to say I've been following the progress between The Tartan Rascals and Redshirt Theory over the last few months and they never fail to amaze me with their combined talents.
Akkie's great guitar work, Redshirts kick ass beats and Stevie's vocals all make for a great fusion of sounds.
(Don't forget to mail that cheque to me :-p)
Right onto the track.
I think the thing
"Come Home" is Redshirts second entry into the 'elements' competition after the stunning 'Infliction' track which I highly recommend you give a listen. Comparisons aside, "Come Home" is another successful collab with the Tartan Rascals and a fine entry into the competition, focusing as Reshirt describes on 'human emotions as they are important "elements" to our lives', which I thought was a pretty
could easily see myself going crazy to this version of the sheds original. keep up the good work. any chance you'll do a version where you drop the beat in the middle only to bring it stomping back with 'one from the quiver' ringing over and over in my blessed ears. BTW i always thought the lyrics were 'run from the river' but apparently its as stated .one from the quiver is a reference to how goo
Right first of all I would like to just quickly say that Redshirt Thoery aka. Aaron Jones, is one of the many artists on this site that I am in awe of. His talents coupled with his sheer determination never cease to amaze me. He has a great personality and his passion for music is clearly apparent in all that he does.
Okay then so onto the track. First of all it starts off with a nice trippy
Ninety comments! It's hard to imagine I could add anything to what's already been said about this track, but I'm certainly going to give it a go.
Senser. Prodigy. It's all that's basically going through my mind when I'm listening to this. I love those bands, and I'm automatically loving this.
This track kicks some serious gluteus maximus. Massive beats hypnotise immediately, ensuring they're
Redshirt Theory's Blue Mind in a Red State takes the listener on quite a journey. As he describes it, ths song takes you from pain to letting loose brilliantly. Although the first half of the song went a little long, it does build up the "pain" quite nice to be released halfway through the song. Early on, the synthesized strings (I think) remind me of the
My review of the artist formally known as dj redshirt now the Redshirt Theory
Track Blue mind in a red state
First off a small but very informal discussion J
Mr Redshirt and I are kinda in a love hate relasanship
I hate him he loves me J
That will do now for the review
The into is really cool to this track, very trippy & haunting. reall
At least I think this is the track I am supposed to review but my copy says this is called Good Faith so I'm a bit confused. Situation normal then. I'm not confused about Redshirt Theory though because Aaron Jones (for it is he) has delivered some very neat music my way over the past few months. One of which, Its Been a Long Time (June 2006) got a Must Have rating from me a
This is my first ever review on this site and boy did I pick a 'biggy'! It has been sitting at the top of the charts for the past week and on hearing it, that is no surprise at all.It has been welcomed on the site as a whole as a great piece of work and at 9 minutes long, the listener clearly gets their monies worth.
I have to add at this point that those of you who know my work,will realise, tha
Wow. This just grabbed me, straight from the start! The synth line is
great, and to me it feels really big. Certain synth sounds that come
into it during the first part sound immense, really adding to the
overall feel of the piece. The drums are good and powerful, banging
away like nobody's business! The vocals are excellently delivered,
really complimenting the music, and Saphire really does
Awesome work bro! Way cool. The changes completely make this different. I could definitely hit the nightlife listening to this. Keep it up!
For those who don’t know me where have you been? Although I will give you the benefit of the doubt and introduce myself as the Singer-Songwriter from Serenity or the nutty bird known as RainyD here at Mp3unsigned.com. I would also like to point out I am no producer and usually team up with the incredibly talented Virus (just because he’s a G and better than me at production really).&nb
As I've said before...this track is simply awesome. Marks' vocals are exquisite! Strong, dynamic, energetic...you engage the listener from the beginning to end.
Production is top of the line, probably woulda had a little phatter bass line throughout but for the most part, this is an excellent collab. How does one follow up on this track? A remix perhaps? hmmm
Definitely radio/club mater
Third time around for MP3 Unsigned's The Redshirt adn I must admit I was really curious to hear what they'd dished up this time. Warmed Up (February 2006) certainly piqued my curiousity even though - for my money - it wasn't the slam bang track it should have been. Its Been a Long Time (June 2006), however was everything that their first track had hinted at and then some. A solid
Redshirt - Moon Shine
I first came across this MP3 Unsigned artist when I reviewed his Warmed Up (February 2006) which I liked but thought that somehow it missed the mark. It SHOULD have been a killer track because it had everything going for it, but to my ears there was something essential missing. At the end of that review I wrote 'it's fairly obvious that if this is an example of what The Redshirt does,
This is an honor to review the well-known, electronic artist DJ
Redshirt, who happens to walk around here with no shirt on. Why is it an honor? Well, because he’s one of my favorite artists
here on MP3Unsigned and I couldn’t wait to get to do this review! Now keep in mind that this is a remix (as
it’s clearly labeled, “Embers (The Redshirt Remix)”), howe
Seen My Friends? This is a haunting piece of music. I feel a little like it is from a different level of existance---a sort of cloudy floating mist! Altogether an impressive piece of work. Thank You for sharing it.
I am listening to talent -- This is nothing short of genius! I appreciate good hard pounding dance music. It Is Right Here!
Can we say "Download"?? Good job!
OOPS I did not mean to push tis button,,, I am listening and my fingers were tapping and i accidentally hit it again I'm not sorry but it is embarrasing
I had trouble getting to listen to the music as my computer for some reason didnt engage the player here,, I downloaded it and I have to tell you that I am SO pleased that I DID. The song is fabulous. I love music but only music that is good, I have to download some more,, so I'll be back without a doubt.! ! !
I had already commented on this but thought i'd officially review...
Now this is not really what i listen to on a daily basis, but that being said, I really dig this stuff!
want to cry. This is an amazing song, another redshirt masterpeice
anyone might think. however for once i have some things to pick at in
this track, but again its not much. I'll as usual start with the
negatives, the intro to my ears is to repetitive, could just be the
mood im in but, really is to much for me, it also echos the same
repitieve nature through the entire song, which im not to
Two words come to mind in this track, "Holy" and "Shi*t" this really is
a cracking production, theres absolutoly nothing i can say wrong about
this track, actually im lieing i can, one thing, and thats the vocals
the get on my nervs a bit becuas they are few and far between, i would
like to hear more of them, but when they do appear they fit in so well
to this song.
I'm litrelly blowen awa
I decided yesterday that I was going to write my first proper review on Mp3 unsigned and I spent most of the day listening to new tunes. To be honest I was a little deterred that the majority of the music on the boards was not my usual preferred genre/style(s). The majority of what I listened to was electronica, Hip-Hop trance and dance and given that my preferred/favourite
My Religion By The RedshirtOk, first I'm going to start off with a question...... What the hell is this tune doing on MP3 unsigned?Right now this tune should be sat in Records boxes across the globe pressed by some big European dance lable. Its that good!This is really hard for me because before I did any reviews (this is my second), I told myself I would never give a 10/10 to anything
Ok Here goes, no offence intended to the original but i like this much
better, having listened to both i disliked the first it didn't keep me
very interested through the song. the remix however is more up my
street, redshirt as always has captured a great sound in this track,
its a pleasure to review, purely because i listen to the tracks i
review a hell of alot and usually loop them in the b
Well here goes this is my last review of this session, and im about to review what I assume is one of the heavy weights on mp3unsigned. I am basing this on the amount of QUALITY artists that leave comments on his page
I also want to make this clear dj redshirt asked me to review this track, the way he reviews his. this is based on 7=10’s but I just don’t see the point, as the template us
The Redshirt (not to be confused with anything else of a bloody colour) is an MP3 Unsigned artist I have not had the pleasure to review as yet, but just reading some of the blurb on his page gave me much to chew over. A electronica artist from California The Redshirt claims he is ' is the start of a revolution back to the big beats of electronic music. We have slowly let our electronic
I’ll start by saying, I know nothing what so ever about Electronica, in fact I can honestly say I know less than that. And to be perfectly honest I picked this track because its description is Hard Dance, Guitar Rock Clash
If I had to sum this track up quickly I’d say its ‘Edgy’ not in a bad way, in a fat way. It started off and right away you know this track shows a promise of things to
I cannot believe that not many more people jumped at the chance to
review one of MP3Unsigned.com's most talented artists..I could'nt wait
to sort this one out.
The track is seriousley tough man, it has a built up aggression that is
transposed through music perfect. I have always thought very
highlt of The Redshirt..I remember when the dude first came onto the
scene and his music
The Redshirt is a US Electronica producer. There are a ton of
Electronica artists populating MP3Unsigned, and he is just one of
them. I haven't heard The Redshirt's music until he asked me to
review "Freedom". Took several listens and here is what I