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Mix Info:Weaponsaint (Compo Entry) 4:58mins @140BPM Techno

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Artist:Digital_Adrenaline



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Hi Nigel...here is my song Weaponsaint Apocalypse IV to be entered into the song competition I have attached it to this message tyty

US2K Review: This is a brilliant techno track by Audio Adrenaline. This is shortly to be reviewed and judged for the competition. Have a listen and comment everyone.


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Mix Info:Dreaming of You Mixed Again (Compo Entry) 7:35mins @127BPM Dance/Techno

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Artist:Dj_Crusade_&_Bassmom



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NIGEL!!!! I THINK THAT EITHER DREAMING OF YOU REMIXED AGAIN OR THE T2 DANCE MIX THAT YOU AND I DID TOGETHER WOULD BE GREAT FOR THE COMPETITION

US2K Review: This mix begins with Shari' s great voice singing an intelligent vocal line. Whilst the vocal line continues, a pulsing techno bass line enters the mix and then a snare fill roll. The vocal finishes and a drum and percussion arrangement not that dissimilar to a popular 90s techno rave record by the name of 'Access', begins. A laser sound shortly afterwards introduces a very catchy melody line on a powerful sounding trance/rave lead and more laser sounds. It seems to fit the groove to form a danceable hook. At the 1 minute 23 seconds mark the bass drum leaves the mix and the remaining arrangement, especially some the higher pitched percussion produces a feeling of expectation. A snare roll assists a drop of the bass line too very shortly before it returns.

At the two minute 18 second position mix the lead changes to an alternative melody in another chord or even key, and the laser sounds return. Shortly afterwards Shari vocals return and then the bass line and beat but this time it does not feel so tight at first, I agree with Dave Stolk, it could possibly be a little off time or simply does not fit the alternative lead. Later at the 3 minute 56 second mark on the return of the original lead the drum pattern fits better but the listener may be less interested with the groove by then. In my opinion a simpler rhythm pattern was needed to accompany the second lead, so then the very danceable groove would be fresh again to the listener at the 3 minute 54 second position, whilst avoiding any timing issues.

Returning to the review though the mix continues after the mentioned groove matching issue and although there are attempts to maintain interest by adding additional percussion and varying or adding instruments the mix becomes a little too repetitive by the 5 minute 16 second mark and the lasers (not meaning to insult or offend but that is probably why David Stolk mentions the use of other effects) are becoming annoying, like a retro disco movie.

Progressing to the conclusion, after the bass line finishes, there is a long section consisting solely of the drum and percussion, there is Shari' s lovely vocals and a snare roll. The final end is a crash and the concluding part of Shari' s vocal line. My final evaluation of this mix is that it is reasonably well produced, there is some intelligent thought in arrangement, mix progression etc. There is definite musical talent especially in the vocal department but the glitches in timing and the elements of the mix that are too repetitive spoil the overall result so my final score is 6 out of ten. Interestingly enough during the competition all judges and a scor eof around 60 out of 100 which is equal to 6 out of 10. Please everyone have a listen to this mix it has some very good moments in it despite the overall score.


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Mix Info:What 6:45mins @132BPM Old Skool House Jazz Funk Hybrid

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Artist:John_Samely



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just thake some old stuf and mix new things in it and you have. Made with House Maker 1998 and Magix

US2K Review: This mix begins immediately as I would have expected some old skool house classic from the 90s kiss fm slot provided by Colin Dale. This entrance I am describing is a four on the floor beat, some delayed piano followed by a short break after only 3 seconds which is filled with the word "baby" and followed by some rather cliched but very effective vocal snatches. The foot is tapping from the start. This old skool groove continues up to the 29 second position in the mix, shortly afterwards the musical style slowly changes to become more like modern funky house with mellow section. This transition begins with a mellow section on a synth riff that is obviously a bridge, moment of reflection, or pedal section in the mix as it has no hook or melody line as such. This theme continues until the minute position in the mix. There is a short drop of the drums and some nice clap percussion before the synth used for the mellow bridge is played at a different octave, with a new line which is rhythmic and interesting, accompanied by by a very funky and danceable bass line.

Later into the mix and the bass drum leaves the arrangment allowing the rest of the percussion to have a stronger presence whilst the funky bassline has a resonant filter riff effect applied to it which always works well except of course in that bay watch club track that I never liked. Here it is used to give the bass line an exciting rising sensation. At the one minute 49 position I am uncertain of whether another instrument is added to the mix or it is simply harmonics from the resonant filter. It does not matter which is the case as the impression of another instrument joining the arrangement keeps the mix interesting. Next I am caught out as this filter effect would usually have led to a storming drum section but to my pleasant surprise some mellow, dreamy piano drifts in around the two-minute mark. I am not sure why but it works lovely although it is short-lived as a snare drum roll at 2 minute 17 and a zap sound effect brings the listener back to the main groove, with a return of bass drum. The bass line riff is also occasionally now being answered by a subtle intentional discord on a new instrument which sounds like a harpsichord or piano at a lower octave, The discord is intentional and there is never a risk of the mix going out of key. The discord is functioning nicely in a percussive role in a similar way to an orchestral crash. This continues whilst a similar instrument is faded in playing a more harmonic accompaniment. There is a moment of risk where the discord could have hit the harmony and the results been muddy but either as a result of luck or great skill by John Samely the notes of the two musical layers play at alternate bar positions.

After the two minute 46 second mix position the bass drum leaves the mix for another break as the harmony leaves the arrangement, and the discord continues but now on a brass stab. The groove is definitely now funky house, which is kept fun with little variations and unexpected repeats but soon to come are my favourite sections in the mix. Around the three minute 15 second position the bass drum leaves the musical arrangment again momentarily whilst for a further 20 seconds the brass stabs are repeated more and some are joined by crashes to create a sense of excitement and anticipation. The listener is expecting something and I have to respectfully say there is no disappointment either. The funky bass line is treaty with a filter riff once again but with the frequency slowly turned down and then up again instead which creates a brilliant acid house sensation of falling and rising again. After this there is plenty of exciting brass stabs that act as a drum fill before a heavy snare does a proper roll. From then onwards there is funk all the way, especially at the four minute 40 point in the mix where the bass drum leaves the mix to leave some alternative brass to play what sounds like a moment from a 70s detective, for example 'The Shaft', alleyway chase scene. After this point the mix slowly works to a conclusion. First the brass leaves the mix leaving the funky bass line to filter riff down one last time before it leaves the mix completely. A well-timed drum roll reintroduces the brass stab shortly before all instruments leave the mix except the drums. After a fill on the percussion around the 6 minute 6 second mark though and the brass stab makes a "reappearance" as a crash before the bass drum leaves the mix and a tom or deep snare is temporarily left to drive the mix to a finish. The final end of the mix is a snare roll with the stab used again as a crash but backed up with a real crash this time.

My evaluation of this mix is that is very well structured. It is very imaginative in the way the percussive elements seem to change throughout the mix. The use of vox and other sound effects is very well done also. Having listened to this mix again although highly influenced by old skool and funky house seems to journey through other genres of music including a 70s detective theme without sounding "bitty". I can only emphasise that this theme changing whilst maintaining flow demonstrates great musical skill. The use of drum fills and other fx or bridges to keep the mix interesting is expertly done, and sound engineering such as equalisation etc. has produced a high quality sound. My original score was 9 out of 10, I think it has to rise to a 10. This mix is an extremely fun musical nostalgia experience and I recommend everyone have a listen to it.


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Mix Info:Alien (165 Bpm Version) 1:58mins @165BPM Drum and Bass

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Artist:Urban_Graphic



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following from a few comments a heavier moving bassline has been put in place of the bassline used in the first version, also have dropped the bpm to 165

US2K Review: This version of Alien begins with a faster drum and bass pattern including cymbals, which is far more addictive that the groove from the original. There is also a higher pitched bass alternative line instrument that seems influenced by the Cylon voices in the original ‘Battle Star Galactica’ tv series. This pattern I would consider to be the main groove. The mix continues this way until the first break at the 22-second mark, afterwards there is a robot/alien vox and some snare hits that confirm my belief that the drum pattern is tighter. After this break, the main drum and bass groove returns with a second synth which acts as a driving rhythmic lead, which I would consider to be the best hook in the mix. This combination is seriously foot tapping.
After a short break at the 48 second mark on the alien/robot vox takes place too, long enough to create some relief before the best hook returns to play for a further 16 bars. One minute thirteen seconds into the mix there is a longer break forming a very clever bridge or middle 8. It consists of the lead and the bass line but with a another sound effect that sounds like the sound you used to get on ‘Space Invaders’ or ‘Galaxians’ when the 'boss Vader' skipped left to right along the top of the screen; Very nice work. At the one minute 35 second mark a tight drum and bass pattern returns and towards the conclusion of the last sixteen bars there are some more alien/robot vox and the mix then finishes abruptly but cleanly, although perhaps I would have finished on the space 'boss Vader’ sound but with extra reverb and maybe faded it out, so the listener would end with their 'with mind blow experience'.
My final conclusions on this mix is that is well produced, and structured intelligently. The sound engineering including equalisation etc. is done very professionally. The techniques used for the grooves and hooks are very good. The space invader and Vox sounds really polish the mix. My only suggestions would have been to have used the bass line and drum pattern used for the conclusion somewhere earlier in the middle of the mix and/or a few occasionally sudden drop outs of the lead synth or percussive instruments to keep the listener on the edge of their seat due to being taken unexpected as was traditionally done in drum and bass music. My score remains at 9 out of 10, well worth a listen for drum and bass fans.


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Mix Info:Tsunami 3:56mins @140BPM Dub Step

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Artist:Urban_Graphic



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US2K Review: The introduction of the mix begins with a nice saw tooth bass line that is joined by a delay treated foot tapping synth riff, the hook and a competent dub step drum pattern including bass drum, snare/clap and hi hats. After 30 seconds there is a break, where the beat drops and the hook solos until the return of the beat. At this point the hook is played at a lower pitch. At the 58 second mark there is a second break, the hook is dropped temporarily in favour of a left right panning raspy synth (theme 2), but the dub step track continues to drive the mix. I am certain in fact the beat leads for this time. At the one minute 32 second mark the next break arrives, with the raspy synth and saw tooth bass line dueting for very a short moment before the beat returns with the lower pitched version of the hook (duller). By this time the mix has built a sense of intensity. There is another break around the two-minute mark with the duller hook before a new arrangement in the mix takes place. This is the bass line and dub step drum pattern without the hook. The bass seems to lead during this musical theme that continues until the next break at the two minute thirty-one position. This break consists of a very short bass line solo before the hook returns with the dub step beat, the next break. After the final break a solo of the hook the conclusion of the mix takes place in the form of an extended version of musical theme 2 (the panning raspy synth lead) before at the three minute fifty three second mark the bass line leaving the mix to leave the beat and panning raspy synth lead to finish. My evaluation of this mix is that it is well structured and the use of variations and breaks is well done. Also equalisation and other mastering effects are very good. Generally this mix is a very good example of instrumental dub step, however compared to more recent music that has been submitted to this music site including the very commercial dub step by Zac Jackson, the provisional score of 10 for this mix has to go down to 9 out of 10, because it does need some more sound effects or a twist of some sort in the middle of the track to maintain interest unless used as part of a sound track for a film, computer game or video. Dub Step fans will still enjoy listening to this mix.


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Mix Info:One Thousand And One Nights (Atmoshpheric Vocal Mix) 7:54mins @137BPM Progressive Trance

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Artist:X_Miles_Apart



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This is a mix by two people, one is Andy De Baugh of Belgium (aka Neorizer)and the other I would like visitors to guess who? It was made with Reason and Magix.

US2K Review: Review is unlikely but who can guess why ? The score comes from the Dance Industries website which is really not so different from this site.




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