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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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Mix Info:Feel The 5:48mins @140BPM Techno Warehouse

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Artist:John_Samely



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Drums and bassline ejay7 other made with magix, put togheter with magix mix program. Any extra info, or message for your mix: big neon flash remix!!!!!!

US2K Review: This is an excellent remix of Neon Flash. The style is now a thumping Techno Warehouse track, with some well placed vocals. This is a remix of "Neon Flash", and the introduction is very similar to the original. This is an immediate driving groove consisting of what I refer to as a detective series bass line, and full drum pattern including hi hats and clap. Also there is a rhythmic synthesiser some acid squelches and other sound effects.

The whole mix feel changes at the 48-second mark when a catchy popular rave/trance synthesiser rhythm enters the mix and layers of percussion. The mix just gets better by the one minute 15 second mark, when the bass drum leaves the mix forming a bridge on clap some atmospheric bells, some excellent vocals, a string from the original "Neon Flash" in the background, and a new exciting ravey lead that answers the rest of the musical arrangement whilst driving the mix. This I consider to be the first hook in the mix. The result is a sense of intensity and excitement that makes the listener ache for the return of the bass drum. There is no disappointment as it does indeed return along with some wicked percussion, exciting male vox shouts, animal shrieks, and a series of 'rising' sounds. One being some abstract pad and the other a filter treated trance bass riff. This creates a feeling of going up and a natural high similar to true rave warehouse music. At the two minute second mark, the beat drops once again leaving some coconut percussion and some rather trippy poetry courtesy of a female vocal accompanied by male vox shouts and animal shrieks accenting the starts of bars of music.

A rumble sound effect at around the two minute 30 second mark announces the return of the drum pattern minus the hi hats. Very soon after the hats return followed shortly by a crash. This announces a change which is the temporary drop of the hi hat again, the slow fading out of the bells and then the wild animal sounds and eventually a "happy piano" line is added. This section of music I consider to be hook two. The mix just gets more danceable and crazy as other sound effects and synths enter the mix to keep the listener excited music as the piano continues to lead. Around the four minute mark the accenting wild animal shriek is faded back into the mix for a climax before the conclusion. This final piece of music is the bass line and drum pattern from the introduction but this time with the atmospheric strings from the first hook section. At around the 5 minute 41 second mark the mix finishes.

My evaluation of this mix is that the structure is very intelligent. I love the continuous percussion variations. The use of sound effects and vox is superb. The production is more than adequate for this style of music and the hooks and grooves wonderfully addictive and danceable. Back in the 90s had this mix been on sale, I would have gladly purchased a 12-inch vinyl version of it, my score is definitely 10 out of 10. Anyone who liked Kiss FM 10 years ago you have got to give this a listen.


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Mix Info:Alien 2:28mins @176BPM Drum and Bass

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Artist:Urban_Graphic



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US2K Review: This mix begins immediately with a classic swinging drum and bass pattern including snares and a ride or cymbal of some sort. After 16 seconds to maintain interest a synth line which sounds like a tuned space invader jingle or spinning UFO, joins the groove. At the 22 second mark in the mix the drum pattern is dropped for a break leaving the jingle to lead for a very short whilst. Then an intentionally distorted vox which could be an insulting phrase lol, but is not that clear add some humour to the mix, before the addition of a heavier dub step/drum and bass rhythm including "machine gun" snares, and crashes, to take control. There is also a slurping acid lead sound that pans right to left and back again, which works very well with the title and theme of the mix as it sounds like either another retro arcade sound or an alien slurping. After eight to ten bars of the harder swing beat, there is another drop of the drums for a very short break and a different distorted vox, before they return. The initial pattern is a slower more varied one that previously heard but after about two bars the harder one from earlier returns. This repeats until the 1 minute 16 second position after which another distorted vox leads to a third repeat of the harder swing beat for a further to 10 bars. This particular repeat demanded more variation in my opinion, but afterwards the listener gets some much-needed "relief". This is the drop of the drums leaving the space invader/flying saucer jingle to solo for 18 seconds before a new drum and bass beat enters the mix, possible the one from the introduction, and the slurping acid lead returns. The jingle fades out leaving the rest of the groove to form the conclusion until the 2 minute 17 second mix position where the slurping acid sound leaves the arrangement, shortly before all drums are dropped. Then to finish the mix some longer distorted vox that morphs into a sound of electronic equipment powering is used instead of a crash. This mix is generally very well produced, with sophisticated beats. Vox and sound effects are used to great affect, and mixing, and musical structure of a high standard. My only real disappointment is the point in the mix already mentioned where the same beat is repeated for a third time at which point is no longer interesting to the listener. One other improvement I think would have been the sound effects and vox to have a little reverb to make them more atmospheric. My final score for this mix is 8 out of 10 and I recommend everyone who likes drum and bass or dub step has a listen to this as it is still very good despite my minor criticisms.


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Mix Info:THE SUN RISES TWICE (clean mix) 4mins @83BPM 80s House

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Artist:Ed_Patterson
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Possibly a House Hit.

US2K Review: This house mix begins with a happy catchy Lead hook played on an electric piano or organ like sound. This hook is shortly joined shortly by a succession of accompaniments. The first is a synthetic brass which pans alternately left and right of the stereo position. The next instrument to show a brief appearance is a delayed orchestral sound that pans from the centre to the left. Forty five seconds into the mix a slow rising electronic pulse "power up" sound followed by an orchestral crash introduces a subtle 4 on the floor bass drum sound and a higher frequency mallet instrument that doubles the hook melody notes strengthening the groove. This reminds me of a barbershop choir where more vocalists join in over time. The affect is very exciting. At the one minute three second mark a snare drum enters the mix driving the groove because it is more powerful than the bass drum. The mix continues with this arrangement until the minute 21 seconds position at which point a very subtle but affective change takes place. This involves a drop of the instruments except the bass and original organ/mallet sound. This time though it is time for the drums and percussion to "say" something. The bass drum and snare lead at this point, with a new subtle hi-hat, with crashes and other cymbal/percussion fills to keep things interesting. A particularly nice touch is the second snare playing a rhythm with fills. This seriously gets the foot tapping. A little later there seems to be a previously unheard in the mix synth sound too which adds further interest. The accompaniment instruments returning with the extra powerful closed hat is a very clever decision too. There is a well-designed flow and the listener is now already on a fun mission of “what subtle change is going to take place next”. Of course sooner or later a bridge in the mix was likely to arrive and it sure did at the two minute six second position. This bridge consists of a simple but affective drop of the drum pattern to allow the hook to be restated on various instruments. Crashes retain interest until the very well timed solo of the brass lead at the two minute 27 seconds position to allow the listener a moment of reflection of the main musical theme. Afterwards the electronic "power up" sound is used to announce the conclusion which as its a house track is a repeat of the hook but with the brass leading this time and the full drum pattern from the bridge. This new arrangement repeats for around 28 seconds, with crashes and percussion variations to maintain interest. Next the more powerful hi hat returns, although previously used, sounding fresh again. The mix then continues with this arrangement to the final conclusion at the three minute forty-five second position in the mix. This consists of a crash and then the hook played on a single instrument, an electric piano or organ at mid octave, accompanied by the delayed, left right panning orchestral crash sound, very low in the mix, and to finally finish a very fitting whoosh sound. My final conclusions on this mix is that it is an excellent house track as sophisticated and catchy as the 80s Axel F single used for the Beverly Hills Cop sound track, using a classic round or cannon form. I find many house records in the modern times monotonous due their repetitious nature, as most artists in my opinion do not understand how to add interest effectively to the mix, but "The Sun Rises Twice" does not suffer from those issues. I have to score it 10 out of 10, because it catchy, interesting, of an appropriate length and I commend the use of instrumental arrangement changes, variation of stereo-position, delay, cymbals, drum pattern fills, and generally clever mixing to keep the mix forever subtlely changing. I think this would be very worthy of a commercial release; everyone should have a listen if they enjoyed the Axel F record, before the crazy frog franchise spoilt it.


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Mix Info:Vox 3:34mins @93BPM Dub Step

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Artist:Urban_Graphic



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First mix where vocals have been used keen to know what everyone thinks of it.

US2K Review: Another dubstep track by Urban Graphiic made with Pro-Logic. The mix begins with a phone sound and operator message. This is immediately followed by an atmospheric pad sound (theme 1) that reminds me of a "phone off the hook" because either it must be of a similar note range or the telephone idea has influenced the listener’s expectations. Either way it is very clever. The pad is accompanied by a laid back, subtly swinging, dub step drum pattern. This includes bass drum and syncopated clap/snare (main groove). Twenty two seconds into the mix the very appropriate vocal "Freeze", and the nature of the music genre, allows something that does not usually work well in a mix to be successful, a second of silence. This intentional false stop before the well-timed "Music Please" vocal announces a different pad sound playing a variation of the "Pone off the Hook", a deeper pulsing bass-line, and a return of the main groove but with hi hats or a ride(theme 2). This theme continues until 56 seconds into the mix before all drums leave the mix and the operator message is used again along with the a succession of the two "Phone off the hook" pads to form a bridge which affectively creates a feeling of anticipation. After this bridge the "Music Please" vocal reintroduces the main groove. After a few bars just when the listener needs a break from the groove the operator message and a drop of the drums is used again to announce the return of theme 1. After a few seconds theme 2 returns with a full drum pattern including hi hats/ride bass drum and snare/clap to drive the mix towards its conclusion. Although this instrumental lasts a whole second there are subtle changes in the pad and bass note with sweeps and filter affects to keep it interesting. The mix finally finishes on a solo of the second pad after 3 minutes 24 seconds. My score for this mix is 9 out of 10 because it is very atmospheric, intelligently structured. The choice of instrument and sound, and stereo positioning is well done and the use of variation and vocals to keep the mix interesting is well planned. This latest dub step mix generally has considerable commercial potential. In my opinion a suggested improvement would have been more use of the telephone themed vocals towards the end, such as the speaking clock or similar to finish with humour. This particular mix could work in a sit down chill-out club scenario or for film track music. It is an excellent example of the dub step genre. I am very impressed with this mix, and suggest dub step fans have a listen.




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