392nd 2HourTrackSundays Event (2HTS392)

Votes (1)

Oct 09, 2021 TheVideoGamer
  1. oh jeez Louise
  2. my life in time ninjas took my soul and my hard-drive so suck i
  3. The Moon, teh arcanum of my future AND it's leet rays

Hey guys, i didn't make last weeks party, because i was on holiday that day (I'm always getting away lol, but in these times, it's good to have rest and relaxing). It's also the one day, where i had probably the more weirdest and jarring experience to date, so much it's like an autobiography alone, so i don't have the patience or willpower to tell you about it. Anyways, on the day i was there, i didn't have a nice comfortable spot to whip up a beat, so i'm afraid you're going to get nothing this time, sorry (I mean it's not uncommon for me to take a break from Beatmaking). But i will listen to the remaining entries and vote, so all is good. It's even worse it was on a special, because honestly it sounded like so much fun, i'm a bit jealous lol. Oh well, time to listen!

Fixyourlevels - Beautiful mallet melodies, very child-like. Weird formant shifted vocals, super cool. Very pretty, well done!

Vaiaphraim - Of course, the classic Vaia VGM sound. Lovely melodies as always, great electronic elements, well done!

Antik - Very 80's inspired chords, sooo goood. Loving the slow house vibes, just amazing stuff man. Well done!

Nukage - Classic Nukage dubs and wubs, lovely arps. Everything about this track is soo good, i love the whole thing. Well done!

Entoen - Very mystical, almost like some haunted castle for children. The vocals are very quiet, needs to be brought up, but the rest is soo nice. The idea is just soo good. I still think the vocals need to be brought up, however the idea was too good, so i'll give you this one. Well done!

Exubeat - Really liking the electro inspired vibes, lots of seriously cool electronic pieces this week. Almost like a balance between Dubstep, Trap and Electro, it's very good. Really liking the in-your-face feel of the whole thing, even if it's not Nukage level compressed. Really nice stuff, well done!

Harvey - Ooh now a rock like tune? This is different. I can hear the industrial-ish drums, and the distorted guitar, it's hard to tell the inspiration, but whatever it is, i love it. Way too short for me, i was hoping at least 1:30, but good job!

bo0m3r31337 - No Gabber Metal? I guess we all need a change of pace every now and again. Very dark, almost cyberpunk like. Loving the change in time-signatures, from a 4/4 pulse to a 3/4 shuffle groove. The electric guitars really add to the intensity (And the metal feel, because this is Boomer after all), this is just awesome. Well done!

Jose - Church Organ vibes, but played in a kind of uplifting way, not like a Devil way. The vocals are also super cool and weird, love the effects on them. Nice techno vibes. A bit too simple and repetitive for me, but the idea is very good, i'll give it that. Good job though!

Djohn - Great live drums, such a lovely sounding realistic kit. The guitar playing is very strong as always, this is very convincing for a rock song, the vocals are incredible as always lol. Well done!

Timv - Is that a classic hoover i hear? If so, that's amazing, i'm a huge fan of oldskool rave music. I love how it balances out the modern dub and wubs, with the classic sound, it's like it's merging OldSkool dubstep with NewSkool dubstep. It's amazing production, and super funky. Well done!

Sunny Says - Way too short man, it needs to be longer. Especially the rapping, i only hear like 15 seconds of it. I mean awesome nonetheless, but it was over too quickly. Well done though!

Phoolard - Another track that i wasn't expecting to go rock, i'm soo used to you doing mashups, so this is a surprise to me. And it's an awesome surprise, the moody feeling of the backing track, and the distant vocals. Maybe the vocals are a tiny bit quiet, but this one was a small one. Well done!

Top 3 - Timv, DJohn, bo0m3r31337

Awesome - Fixyourlevels, Vaiaphraim, Antik, Nukage, Entoen, Exubeat, bo0m3r31337, DJohn, Timv, Sunny Says, Phoolard.

Needs Work - Harvey, Jose.