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Machine noise, spooky piano phrase that turns into a triphop kind of tune following the same phrase; Hail, I thought I put this up ages ago.
Just a lush kind of triphop riff. Lamb. Yum.
Belief is a more relaxed, hiphop/swing kind dubstep tune. Not even really a dubstep tune; more or a triphop one with synths. The genres defining thing; blah.
I just realised this is more of a triphop tune - I was going to file it under electro for lack of a better tag. It’s got an orchestral phrase and some big ole 808 drums and some creepy synth things. The Heights of variation.
Nice melodies, voice FX thing shooting Lazors.
The Valentine Dub is a flutey, flighty kind of triphop thing. For background consumption.
Ry Cooder’s a cool dude; all the sloppy, tumbling guitars on this one are off his Jazz LP, particularly a track called Tiajuana. The rest is just a little turntable silliness. A cute song, I think. Getting a kind of Kid Koala vibe without the intense level of skill.
Messing with filtered and harmonic delays on Magic Touch’s You Are What You Are drum break. I called it Open Sesame.
Slow, lush and orchestral with a tight drum; I layered a portion of William S Burroughs reading Junky, his first published novel. Lots of filtered delays with an ebbing and flowing feeling. Great chord progressions, I think. But that always happens.