WesternI like this song ! What is amazing is that it sounds like it should be in a Quintin Tarantino film! Are you folks from France and singing Frencish? Ha ha. I can hear those French accents singing in Spanish.. Its done very well.. Now Im ready to watch the feature film that comes next. The guitars blend perfectly together timing with vocals is perfect.. Vocals are awesome takes me back to Punk Rock Mash Pits!!The build up with drums and vocals then the Ending ..adios .. This sounds very professional.. Would also be great for TV show theme song! Im thinking Some Punk French Gangsters relocate to the West like Southern California And have culture shock rumbles with the locals.. Both sides are very tough new twist on a Western action packed drama comedy spoof maybe through in some magic voodoo, snakes bats in caves.. Long horse rides through canyons laughing coyotes. bar brawls .. And such..with the perfect theme music!! Well done guys a dozen cudos!!Your music really got my imagination rolling!! Keep making more music.. You guys are cooking Rock On !!
A pleasant change of sceneryThis smart mix of 2 of my favorite languages plunged me into this song from another world. I ended up in Mexico where I lived a little time. The guitars transpose you and mingle for our greatest pleasure. A trumpet from nowhere would surely have finished me. We can notice some influences of French groups (Mano Negra, Noir Désir, ...) Continuez, les gars, c'est du tout bon !
"Rock en Español" como decimos los MexicanosExcelente muestra de "Rock en Español" como lo conocemos los Mexicanos. Es muy padre escuchar que desde Francia hay una canción producida con alma de las clásicas del Rock en Español de Mexico; fuera del acento del cantante, pero con el humor Mexicano incluido. ìBravo!
Excellent! Very well put together song that could easily be part of a film soundtrack.This song put a smile on my face in part because there seems to be some humor in it (think Antonio Banderas in "Once Upon A Time in Mexico") but mostly because it is so good. It begins with some tension. You can feel the Old West coming to life and it ends with "Adios mi amigo." I really could easily see this song being used in a soundtrack for a film (where are you Quentin Tarantino or Robert Rodriguez?). It's very well produced and very tight. Enjoy!
Magic is out way the on snare theWow ! from Tobey Dixon here at Downtown Detroit Dublin. Congratulations on an astounding recording guys. It is a beautifully structured song to say the least. Totally original with incredible use of languages. Consider using the English language, to enhance the song, but more importantly, to broaden appeal.I suggest try transposing the lyrics, "Where are you going and A great God". Western is a fantastic song, very well done indeed. Bravo Tobey Dixon . DDD.
thats a nice songI thoroughly enjoyed the guitar melody on this song has a nice quality with building up the intensity. the production quality is quite good. It definitely peaked my interests in this artist and made me look for more of their music.
NiceThis is pretty cool. The guitar is fun and not what I expected by Then sing title. It made me interested to listen more. It's up beat and kept building as the song progressed . Keep it up. Goood
AntonVery good good piece of rock Very nice alternative music We definitely share with my friends and subscribe so I can hear more music from you Keep doing a good music and now I’m going to listen to all the song Anton
Rocco - Western is a right shot!!Western begins hybrid with a sentence preparation, this makes the bpm of the drums enter into the song with ease because when you start a song after if phrases only if a guide make the music flow is something that needs to be done well and Sélois does with aptitude. so it follows with ease using a readable voice within a fast song but with a slower progressing drum, it's nice to see this, the volume of the guitars needs adjustments to get less sharp, but the solos and executed florets have relevance and beautiful timbre and consistency. The interesting in Wersten does not the question of the death itself, but the tension that brings the letter holding the audience and being short.After all, no death in the desert is long.
Margarita in hand...I enjoyed this song. I suppose that it is more because of the overall vibe than any specific thing. I have limited understanding of spanish, so I couldn't understand anything other than a few key words. It's theme is a bit repetitive actually. I enjoyed the mix choices, and the space it put my head in. I was imagining being on a beach in mexico, tequila, margarita, and cervesa all within reach. I wanted to hear this music while having those drinks. Make of that what you will.
OriginalA very original song. The music is very good and the lyrics reflect the intention of the song. I like that it is written in Spanish and it is projecting a reality of the current migration issues.
Great sound...butCan u sing in English??? Even broken English. Your music kicks ass...but aren't the biggest bands on the planet singing in English? Your audience is limited by singing in your language. Sorry to be harsh cuz I dig ur music...and I'm French! Aloutte jonce alloutta...:-)
West is the BestI'm digging the Latin/ Mexican vibe mixed with alternative rock. This group has complemented both of those styles and it works. I don't know what the lyrics are or the song meaning is but I like how it sounds. I would like to hear more from this group this track deserves a good 4 star rating. They produce this track very well also it has great sound they must had a good acoustics were ever recorded this piece
Nice track with good levels!I like the guitar effects and the way this song starts from a lot of different sounds that are well-divide L/R. Overall a really clean sound that is well balanced. The vocals are good and it has a cool sound. I would like to hear a little more lyrically, because I think it could tell more of a story. That's subjective though and not important. This is a solid track overall and I'm sure you have a lot of great stuff coming soon!
Massive niño!Vibes, good vibes from a sad story about a niño, that transport us to this western motion picture in our mind. Sélois does a brilliant job in getting us to a really cool Mexican like sound environment.The song rocks and rolls and it could easily be picked by director Quentin Tarantino for his next film, Congrats Sélois!