Pop / Pop
I love any tracks which feature tasteful guitar parts, so needless to say this track was a really pl... more I love any tracks which feature tasteful guitar parts, so needless to say this track was a really pleasant surprise. I absolutely love the two awesome riffs you`ve implemented for the chorus and the section following the chorus, it gives the track an overall industrial rock vibe similar to Rammstein and Nine Inch Nails. The key for any song to be appreciated as a song (rather than musical virtuosity, something which can only really appeal to other musicians) is to avoid 'overplaying' which I think you have done perfectly on both this and your last song. In keeping with the aforementioned bands that this track reminds me of, I think (and this may be because I am a guitarist myself) that another guitar part chugging the chords with a distorted tone might work, especially when you play the post chorus riff. I can feel that rocky dissonance which I believe would garner even more intensity with a distorted guitar in this section. Because the song builds really well in orchestration, it seems a shame that the vocals are somewhat left behind. What I mean is that you might consider taking the vocals up a register as the song becomes gradually heavier, as the idea is that the song progresses in one complete unit. The vocals in general seem a bit low in the mix, and I always think it important that listeners hear what it is you are saying (unless you are in a shoegaze band haha!) again this is something that could easily be remedied if you took the vocals up a register later on in the song. Sorry to mention this again, and in keeping with the style this is something that I would never insist you do, but remember what I mentioned about the inclusion of a middle 8 taking the song into that 3rd gear? This is only something to consider, as industrial style music like this relies on repetition and a building of momentum via similar sounding sections, so a middle 8 may well divert listeners unnecessarily. I genuinely really like it though, from a personal point of view it is definitely my favourite :-)
DJ Michael Angello has done it once again! He has once again produced another great track that combi... more DJ Michael Angello has done it once again! He has once again produced another great track that combines Electronica and Trance into one big masterpiece! Lots of greats leads, pads and basslines to get the crowd energized in the clubs and events. Full of energy is one of the big keys to this track. I give it a huge thumbs up! Way to go DJ Michael Angello!
Dave Howe - DJ/Producer
Well Gary, I love the lyrics, well written, love the groove you have going, very reminiscent of a gr... more Well Gary, I love the lyrics, well written, love the groove you have going, very reminiscent of a great Canadian country band Prairie Oyster. The only thing I might change would be just a titch less reverb on vocal and a tiny bit more brightness on the vocal, again, it's sweet the way it is and kudos. I'm adding it to my play list, nice smooth guitar work, please keep them coming, awesome tune.