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Mix Info:Butterflies Come Back! 4:07mins @135BPM Progressive Trance

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Artist:Epic_2_The_Max



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Message from Max, Got my teeth into this Nige , great rift!! , lets see what you do with this !!.Couple of samples added

US2K Review: No review as this is a collab between Max Motion and I.


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Mix Info:Arctic Moon - True Romance (Sasa Clubber Remix) 7:38mins @140BPM Progressive Trance

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Artist:Sasa_Clubber
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Remix of Arctic Moon - True Romance. The original music video is here . The remix makes it more suitable for Europe. Buy more of my music from Tainted Buddah Records

US2K Review: This mix begins a reverse cymbal before a ping-pong delayed trance bass line and a four on the floor bass drum enter the mix. After about 24 beats and a bass drum variation a clap to accent every second beat enters the mix. The foot is already tapping at this point, but after 30 seconds into the mix when the bass drum variation takes place and the hi hat enters the mix it is obviously going to be a seriously danceable trance mix. This groove continues for a further 5 seconds before a temporary drop of the bass drum and a crash to announce its return. A trance melody riff right of the stereo field is slowly faded into the mix. A sweep sound effect and another temporary pause at the one minute 19 seconds into the mix add interest to the mix whilst concealing the fact that the trance melody has suddenly become louder. The melody continues to get louder and thereafter becoming the catchy lead hook. The mix remains enjoyable right up to the two minute 15 second play position when a drum variation and crash announces the clap' s departure allowing the hi hat to seriously drive the mix onwards to the bridge section whilst the hook continues to get louder and more atmospheric filling the listener with a sense of awe.

The bridge section begins with a massive drop of the drums and then a huge atmospheric pad/string creates a moment where I am sure the revellers at a field party would be waving their arms to like mad. This pad gets more intense as it goes, natural highs all-round. After a subtle wind or cymbal sound around the three minute 13 second mix position another hook (hook 2) that harmonically matches the pad is skilful fading in, subtly at first, but then more energetically. What is so interesting is that intensity of the hooks the foot is tapping without a bass drum so this section is very cleverly produced.

A whoosh followed by a stuttered instrumental sound announces the return of the drum pattern with hook 2 taking lead to drive the mix. The pad remains in the mix for atmosphere and maintain a sense of uplifting happiness. A whoosh sound at the 6 minute 36 second play position announces the conclusion to the mix which is "hook two" fading out over a delayed bass line and drum pattern. After the seven minute one second mix position another cymbal sound and short drop of the bass drum, the clap drives the mix with the bass line for about ten seconds before instruments start leaving the mix. The clap leaves first and then the bass drum, and then the mix finally ends cleanly on the bass line after a massive atmospheric reverse cymbal blending into a zap sound. after 7 minutes 38 seconds.

My evaluation of the mix is that it is very professionally composed and engineered progressive trance production. The structure is very intelligent and the melody hook lines are very addictive and happy/uplifting in nature. The sound quality is crystal clear indicating some very skilled equalisation and mixing. The variation in the mix is spot on, and the use of drum fills, sound effects to keep the listener interested or announce changes is excellent too. This production continues to be an addictive listen throughout. Credit has initially got to go to the original artist Arctic Moon but this is an excellent remix of an already brilliant record. My score is 10 out of 10 and I am so impressed with this artist, visitors may think of buying some of Sassa' s music after listening to this remix and is excellent.


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Mix Info:Dark Art 3:31mins @125BPM Experimental Dub Step

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Artist:Max_Motion



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Back again Nige , here's a different one for ya.spooky!!

US2K Review: This mix begins with some menacing sweeping synth pads, and other higher pitched urgent synthesiser patches. After an atmospheric whoosh an underwater sound, and some laughter there is a spooky vox 'Edward' and yet more 'dark' sounds. Forty one seconds into the mix a heavy dub step drum pattern enters mix accompanied by the collage of sounds from earlier,but with a milk bottle sound famously used by the Prodigy for percussion to accent repeats of the drum pattern. This pattern which I will refer to as the main theme repeats until the two minute twenty second position in the mix, where there is bridge consisting of a more frequently repeated occurrence of the 'Edward Vox', less pads, a submerged sounding wobbly delayed bass line, and a reverse cymbal that sounds almost like a deep breath, which I will call the "breathing cymbal". The bridge finishes at the two minute 40 second position after which the main theme returns but with the "breathing cymbal" for approximately 20 seconds. The mixes finally finishes on mad laughter in the same way as Thriller by Michael Jackson did, but with also another sound which could be either running water, carriage wheels or a mechanical device of some type.

My evaluation of this rather eerie mix is that it has a simply but effective structure, there is plenty of imagination and atmosphere and something in the mad sound collage that compels the listener to continue their journey into what seems like the Asylum in the House on Haunted Hill. The melody and drum patterns are not catchy but functional in driving the mix onwards. The use of reverb, delay, sterol position, equalisation and other mixing and mastering effects demonstrates great skill. The use of sound effects and pads to keep interest is excellent. My score rises from 7 out of 10 to 8 out of 10 as the mix is much better than I first thought. It is one of those pieces of music to listen to after a night out clubbing, or for background music to some visual horror action. Visitors who like something a bit different will love this!


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Mix Info:Hiding In The Dark 3:35mins @123BPM Sci fi Film Score/Easy Listening

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Artist:US2K



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This is a Vangelis style mix produced with FL 10. I particularly wanted to have a play with the brilliant new Drum pad device. I was very impressed with the Vangelis orchestral drums it helped me create. The structure is intro, bridge, main section, bridge to modulate for a different conclusion key when the sun eventually rises and it is safe to come out.

US2K Review: Well its one of my own so sorry folks no review or score.


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Mix Info:Return 2 The Bass Oddity (Anthem Mix) 4:49mins @137BPM Progressive Trance

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Artist:US2K



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Its a rework of the Return of The Bass Oddity as my last attempt was just not right.

US2K Review: No review for this as it is one of mine.


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Mix Info:Messages 4:49mins @140BPM Commercial Dance/ Trance

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Artist:Max_Motion



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Here's another on for your library

US2K Review: This mix begins with a stadium horn, vox, a musical saw, and a rhythmic acid bass line treated with reverb. A four on the floor bass drum pattern joins the arrangement six seconds into the mix, after musical saw moment and some other difficult to describe but atmospheric sound effects. Some rather interesting percussion on maybe a "low in the mix" clap and a yelling vox "Here we go again" introduces and then drives a lovely commercial dance hook. The foot is already tapping like mad by the time the 1-minute mark is reached at which point an amazing answer melody for the dance hook. The result is a new seriously addictive hook, which I will refer to as the "anthem". I am sure if this were played at a field party everyone would have a massive natural high. Seriously it is massive anthem sound, Max why did you not enter this into the music competition? Anyway this what I can only describe as a musical "head buzz", including its little variations on the theme.

After two minute 40 seconds of play there is a gorgeous drop of the drums followed by a bridge designed to work the listener back into the massive hook. The acid bass and the vox from earlier, followed by a bass drum with some decorative rolls begin this bridge section. Then a stadium horn, other atmospheric sound effects, and part of the "anthem" melody returns and the "low in the mix" clap which sounds like a live audience this time round. Then the rest of the anthem parts and a four on the floor dance clap with occasional fills enter the mix. It is the ideal drum pattern to drive such a quality dance "anthem". The "anthem" continues until a fade out after 4 minute 47 seconds of play-time.

My evaluation of this mix is that it has a simple structure but which is ideal with such a strong anthem to drive the dance floor wild. The melodies and hooks are from field party heaven. The use of sound effects, vox and drum fills to add interest or drive the mix energy is of professional standard. All studio mastering, including equalisation reverb, delay processing and stereo positioning is faultless. Also may I add this is one of Max' s mixes where the contrast of instrument frequency sounds spot on, there are not moments where you are not sure if another instrument has been added or not like in some of his mixes. The result is a crystal quality sound overall. I would gladly pay a fiver for a six-minute version of "Messages" if the clap from the bridge were gradually raised to enhance the fake live feeling. It would create a sense of rising intensity you get in a live show situation. If the end section were extended it would have to maintain the clap and maybe introduce a hi-hat too. Anyway of my hypothesis about an extended version, my final score for this mix is 10+ out of 10. It is a brilliantly dance floor friendly mix, a commercial club anthem to make a field party buzz in my opinion, well worth a listen.