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Trimetrick - 90's Club Kid

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I've been listening to some new beat and early trance songs... Joey Beltram's 'Energy Flash' was a rediscovery for me. Started working with them classic sounds, some of them are cheesy if you use them now, but in some cases they can use a revival. When used in combination with the classic goth sounds like the synth strings and organs, it gets pretty interesting to me, but, as always, do judge for yourselves...

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ElPietro [be] - 5 years ago

new Trimetrick song = me happy! like the intro, especially when the bass kicks in. the snare is a tad too metalic, but the trancy moog stuff is pretty neat. don't really like the 'bells' though. the trancy synth that starts at about 3:25 is cool, together with the bass. definitely not as in-tour-face as some of Trimetricks other stuff, but not bad. i think you succeeded of going back to the '90s and still keeping it up to date. smiley face :)
 

Trimetrick [be] - 5 years ago

Thanks. It really was just some stuff to keep it in the fingers... Kate is a bit too busy with her studies, so she can't be bothered for a while...
 

Anonymous [be] - 5 years ago

in the start i dont realy like the violins (strijkers or so :P) becaus it sounds like they are a little bit to late(if u know what i mean), but the more the song evolves the better it gets, i like it how it builds up the the climax :P good job for sure man! cheers, lycanthrope ;)
 

intertec [be] - 5 years ago

Great sounding kick. For me, a bit too much distortion on the bass, although I know it was probably the intention. I agree with ElPietro on the snare, it would be great if you find a better sounding one. Really nice to hear the influence of Joey Beltram. The mix sounds powerfull.

Hope to hear more songs like this one.
 

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Anonymous [be] - 5 years ago

OK
 
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