DnB from that Tedd-Z guy
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Wild Flowers (feat. Iona Leigh)
What a beautiful song, I find the Celtic vocal haunting, brilliant. Thumbs and a DL, thank you Iona and Brainplant. Gibbo
Very sweet relaxing track :) Nice vocal! Enjoyed, Ess X
Absolutely Stunning piece!! Just love that sweet voice...it all works supremely well. Thank you for a valued DL. keith
wow!...ambient opening then beats that energize a very gentle vocal (who is Iona? liked the texture)...more experiments like this...hauntingly gorgeous with those bass and beats...a Celtic underpinning...awesome!!
this is wonderful! thanks for the 6.10 of enjoyment. really liked this...
Drum n Bass side project from Tedd-Z
For non-DnB, go to www.mp3unsigned.com/tedd-z
I always find these types of tracks difficult to review due to the fact that there is alot of this out there.
I love the drums in this track, the kick has a nice thump to it but not so much that it takes away from anything else, I like how the hats kind of give it a swirling effect, nice.
alot of interesting keys here, I especially like the big sounds on the DnB synth sounds, they accent ni
In The Name Of…
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Some people take in lost cats, some people look after wild animals. Me, I just try to make sure that artists like The Delivery System get to be heard by as many people as possible. Should I have to give a reason it would be because Ffabbia (sole owner and guiding spirit behind TDS) is a true original; albeit in a wierdo English way. Speaking of weirdo Englishmen, there is a conne
Well, I’m back and have been pretty much been enjoying my journey through the songs at MP3Unsigned. The latest in question that was offered up for review is “The Crumbling of Mankind” by Neon Threads, the pairing of Tedd-Z and Slippy-T. I was warned by Tedd-Z that if my virginal ears needed protecting, maybe I should let him pick another song. Not to worry, I’ve got a mouth like a sailor, I’m s
Slippy-T and Tedd-Z are both seasoned explorers of the musical sort and both are experienced collaborators, so I have absolutely no idea what to expect with 'The Crumbling of Mankind' hosted by Tedd's Neon Threads project. I know that Slippy will be on lyrics and vocals, hopefully with some of his trademark harmonies and Tedd will be mixing styles of electronica like a mad scientist. So what doe
The Cumbling Of Mankind, what can I say, this track is pretty awesome. Within the first few seconds you are captured by the mysterious sounds and beat, the structure of the song is great, all beats, pads and synths merge well together. As you go along through the track, noticing the vocal score, you really do begin to start tapping your feet as the beat grabs your attention. Vocally, the song is u