Callin u outUpon my review of this song i am reminded of an 90s alternative rock sound. And once I started to listen. I realized I may want to hear it again. It Is a catchy tune. The style is all their own. Yeah, I like it.
Hooked as soon as I hit play. This is great!Instant hook with well crafted drums. (which from a drummer is a big compliment}. This has some triggers for me personally that bring to mind some of INXS` finer songs as well as some Nine Inch Nails seasonings. ~ This is all subjective on my part, of course.. but this is Music. It is All subjective I suppose.. Thoroughly enjoyed this! I hope this artist continues to write and explore and gives equal attention to these drum parts which are SO integral to a Hit or Miss recording. Great work! Cheers! ~NMR
Callin you outOK FIRST REVIEW FROM THESE IDAHO ROCKSTERS I LIKE THE BUILD HERE FROM SPARSENESS TO FULL CHORUS VERY CATCHY AND PERHAPS A NEW GENRE ANYONE INDUSTRIAL ROCK IN THE VERSES GOOD VOCALS HERE GIVING GOOD LIGHT AND SHADE WORTH CHECKING THIS OUTFIT OUT
Big GrooveI really enjoyed the composition of this song. A very good use of electronic drums and percussion! The vocals are excellent as they have that Billy Idol feel. Vocals are warm and sharp although a harmony on Callin U Out would have been great! I like that I can actually understand the lyrics clearly. The lyrics are also very good for this song. I like the use of different instrumentation on song as well. The recording clarity is excellent I can hear where the bass, guitars and other instruments are in the mix. I like the pause on the song and then I don't but it's like" you love me, "you hate me." and that's cool. Although it's a love hate relationship song, it's a great dance tune! Love the Big Groove! Overall it's a great recording and song! Very good sound balance.
Good callin..I really like the Groove and the beat of this tune. It makes me think of early The the...and the chorus with the heavier guitars reminds me a bit of Trent reznors way of building up a song. Nice...
Callin' Me Out?Drum loop is okay, quite repetitive though. It could use a few more fill-ins here and there. It is also a bit too much all over the place because of its distortion. I found vocals to be very weak at the beginning of the song, but it gets better as song progresses. Keyboards pads sound good. Guitars could use a little more treble and could be brought forward in the mix a bit too. Song structure is okay, but a bridge would help cut a bit, as it gets quite redundant even though it is only 3:41 long. Still, a nice effort here and a good song nonetheless!
Calling 911"Thanks 4 Nothing" has sent me a request to review their song "Callin U Out". Sometimes, I will find out later that the artist never sent a request to be reviewed and that Number One Music has sent out an algorithm. Looks like Thanks 4 Nothing needs to move from Idaho before he has some psycho potato nut case adding his butt and rabbit to a pot of boiling water on his stove. Sounds like a good song for a murder non-mystery movie. Here's a tip, you better be calling out 911...
Calling U OutMy interest was piqued by the opening beat which is both catchy and infectious (in a good way!) That being said, there are a couple issues that hinder this record from being as good as it could be. The shortcomings here are likely caused by a typical malady suffered by so many artists. I refer to it as the DIY syndrome. Lack of budget is probably the most common issue for most bands and artists. Creating a great record is a daunting task. Unless you’ve made several records before, chances are that one’s first attempt at it will not be the epic track imagined by its creator(s). The overall shortcomings usually boil down to two missing elements - a Producer and a mix Engineer. Mastering is also an important element, but without the proper production and mix, mastering won’t save a track. A good producer almost always begins with the song itself. What are the song’s strengths and weaknesses? It’s a common thing for the producer to become involved in any necessary rewrites of lyrics and changes to the song’s arrangement. A producer will sometimes even function as an additional band member - whatever it takes to realize the song’s full potential. Once production is wrapped up we come to the all important, mixing phase. Getting the best mix of the finished production is vital to any record. A talented mix engineer is invaluable in making the song “sound like a record.” Their attention to detail is extreme and they know how to maximize the energy and excitement of the music. Calling U Out, is a cool idea that needs to be fleshed out a bit further. The mix isn’t really a mix, which is most prominent in the vocal’s awkward placement against the music instead of with it. This has a cool vibe. I’d love to hear where it could go from here. Overall, it’s a nice work, especially when stacked against so much other music on a the net. It captured my attention with the opening drum beat. I just wish the rest of the ride was more interesting.
yesCallin U Out review. this song is a strictly Rock piece in the highest sense of the word. everything sounds in Rock style as I said everything recalls the Rock genre. personally it is not my favorite genre but I can give you a musical judgment that is certainly positive because all that there must be in a Rock pop piece in your piece is therefore complimented and continues. good job
Callin You OutThis track features Wonderful Combinations of African rhythms between guitars and Drums, The Vocals had to grow on me, but they are a nice, welcome entry,....The Break at 1:12 is terrible, and needs correcting, be it intentional or not (terrible)...the next break is great (At1:22) This track should do well on many cross-gender stations. If corrections were made, I can see a hit...Without them...Uh Uh.
You've Got a CallOne of the things I enjoy most about Number One Music artists is the newfound ability to hear music from around the world by singers who I'd never have the chance to listen to otherwise. That, in itself, is a great thing. This song starts off with a well produced catchy beat. Vocally I get the direction and production, though I'm not a major fan. I'd probably want to hear 2-3 more songs to get the overall theme vocally of what you are attempting. But the song is catchy. I'd listen again.
Callin U Out, it shows a beautiful sound of dance floor.Melodically dense, the use of pronunciation as a means of infiltrating vowels, transforming into emotion. A hop between trip-hop and ballad music. The take for the use of the word often brings a more intimate facet to the open field, remembering that a language comes very new wave is the progress of chords. The harmony is well divided with the beats, Remembers some experiments that the “Nine Inch Nails” is, something that is difficult to realize because the use of elements of balance is always unstable. The minimum interval of harmonic breathing, the filling of fractions is very salutary and causes the scenery to become full. The set of the work is valid for execution. Remembering that in this case the mix should have a lighter resonance due to the amount of elements and the structure that was chosen. Thanks 4 Nothing makes a beautiful sound of dance floor.
CallingDrums,drums,drums. This is something I. Didn't think I would like. But you called me out. Challenged me. What can I say, very,very, good. Lyrics and vocalist,strong. Nice job. Thanks again Magic. Calling me out!
Calling u out.Muy buenas noches desde Jerez de la Frontera compañeros, estoy escuchando vuestra canción y aunque no es mi estilo he de reconocer que tiene un comienzo muy enérgico y la voz se me antoja bastante sugerente, muy adecuada y conjuntada con el tema. Habéis conseguido un sonido realmente bueno, parece limpio y claro y es de agradecer, pues no todas las canciones que suenan por aquí están dotadas de un sonido agradable, vosotros sí lo tenéis, así que poco más puedo añadir al respecto excepto desearos toda la suerte del mundo en vuestro proyecto y felicitaros por vuestro trabajo. Un saludo desde Andalucía!!!
One More ReviewNice tune, interesting sounds, you can't listen to this tune once and pass buy you have to play it a couple of times it's waking your emotions and what more to say except keep up with great work :)