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By minaret_kid on February 14, 2016 11:43 pm

CIRKLON/RYTM/106/DRM1/FX

used the leftovers of last weeks track. same but different.
studio cleaning and rearranging today. satisfying but annoying

This submission is licensed by author under CC Attribution Noncommercial No Derivative Works (BY-NC-ND)

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February 15, 2016 1:32 am

That Vermona feels like a 505/707 or are there other samples involved?

The vocal stabs give it a vague '90s flavour that's really enjoyable. Pretty hipnotic structure, would work perfectly in the darkness of the club, for sure

February 15, 2016 12:30 pm
laguna wrote:

That Vermona feels like a 505/707 or are there other samples involved?

The vocal stabs give it a vague '90s flavour that's really enjoyable. Pretty hipnotic structure, would work perfectly in the darkness of the club, for sure

...ah, funny...there is a vermona drm1, didnt know. but its this korg drummodule: http://www.drummachines.de/beatboxer/be … rgdrm1.htm
thats where the 707ish sounds are coming from...laguna knows his tools, has ears like a pro! the 90s flavor is because i am old, and got probably stuck in some dark foggy rave basement just like pac man ; ) i am again stunned by your analysis...you already hit the nail with my references/coordinates before. some good profiling there...whats your profession?
danke+gruß d.

February 15, 2016 1:27 pm
minaret_kid wrote:
laguna wrote:

That Vermona feels like a 505/707 or are there other samples involved?

The vocal stabs give it a vague '90s flavour that's really enjoyable. Pretty hipnotic structure, would work perfectly in the darkness of the club, for sure

...ah, funny...there is a vermona drm1, didnt know. but its this korg drummodule: http://www.drummachines.de/beatboxer/be … rgdrm1.htm
thats where the 707ish sounds are coming from...laguna knows his tools, has ears like a pro! the 90s flavor is because i am old, and got probably stuck in some dark foggy rave basement just like pac man ; ) i am again stunned by your analysis...you already hit the nail with my references/coordinates before. some good profiling there...whats your profession?
danke+gruß d.


Ich bin ein helikopterpilot, aber I'm also rooted in the nineties, man. I think we share some musical background and gear taste.

I always dig your sound palette. You take the basic Detroit tools and give them your personal twist. Danceable yet dark. I love deep house and the like as much as the next guy, however I love when techno does
not get lazy and walks through the experimental road smile

Meine Deustchsprage isn nich sehr gut, entschuldigung

February 15, 2016 4:18 pm

However. I like your minimalism. Creating maximal tension.
Very nice track.

February 15, 2016 6:28 pm

That updated Bo Diddley beat really holds the whole piece together. Like the vocal snips too.

Also the harmonic stasis.

February 16, 2016 9:04 am

Just now had the time to seriously listen to the track. I love the haunting synths so much!!! I would buy it in an instance and will definitely play it soon at parties! Probably my fave weeklybeats-track so far!

February 16, 2016 9:40 pm

Whoa this track has a really old school feel. Really digging this one!

February 17, 2016 4:53 am

This is brilliant!  Vocal stabs fit perfectly and love the swirling synth and pulsing beat, maybe it's because I am also perpetually trapped in the 90's

February 18, 2016 11:07 pm

So great, how you mostly create your weekly conributions auf den letzten Drücker, at the eleventh hour, an always end up in a both oh so stimmungsvollen, atmospheric and rhytmically beeindruckenden, impressive beautiful and stimmungsgeladenen Song. Complimentomayor.

February 19, 2016 7:42 pm

this is great, im downloading it asap, looking forward to next week

February 20, 2016 5:26 am

yeah totally loving how much space you give this. i have tried this so many times and always end up with overloaded, semi-catchy crap. hut ab.

February 21, 2016 6:48 pm

haha he strikes again. The beginning had me leaning one way then those synths kick in then bam those detuned synths shbam then comes in the kick! This is something id rave hard to! Could you be my father??

February 21, 2016 11:30 pm

I love the synths, drums, and the little vocal licks! One of the screams was James Brown right? I swear it's him going "Uh!".

February 22, 2016 3:43 pm
Oso Feo wrote:

I love the synths, drums, and the little vocal licks! One of the screams was James Brown right? I swear it's him going "Uh!".

thanks oso feo! true, the "uh" is by JB. "lost our minds" by Khalid Abdul Muhammad. both some overused/cliché samples.

February 25, 2016 7:24 pm

Geil !! big_smile

March 10, 2016 9:49 pm
laguna wrote:
minaret_kid wrote:
laguna wrote:

That Vermona feels like a 505/707 or are there other samples involved?

The vocal stabs give it a vague '90s flavour that's really enjoyable. Pretty hipnotic structure, would work perfectly in the darkness of the club, for sure

...ah, funny...there is a vermona drm1, didnt know. but its this korg drummodule: http://www.drummachines.de/beatboxer/be … rgdrm1.htm
thats where the 707ish sounds are coming from...laguna knows his tools, has ears like a pro! the 90s flavor is because i am old, and got probably stuck in some dark foggy rave basement just like pac man ; ) i am again stunned by your analysis...you already hit the nail with my references/coordinates before. some good profiling there...whats your profession?
danke+gruß d.


Ich bin ein helikopterpilot, aber I'm also rooted in the nineties, man. I think we share some musical background and gear taste.

I always dig your sound palette. You take the basic Detroit tools and give them your personal twist. Danceable yet dark. I love deep house and the like as much as the next guy, however I love when techno does
not get lazy and walks through the experimental road smile

Meine Deustchsprage isn nich sehr gut, entschuldigung


your comment pretty much sums up, what i want to do. so cool! thanks!

you still go clubbing? the few times i went clubbing with some spanish friends (90ies you guessed it!) was pretty serious business. so probably not you have to fly them copters on monday morning... ; )

March 10, 2016 9:52 pm
Q-Rosh wrote:

However. I like your minimalism. Creating maximal tension.
Very nice track.

yeah! danke!

March 10, 2016 10:01 pm
Jim Wood wrote:

That updated Bo Diddley beat really holds the whole piece together. Like the vocal snips too.

Also the harmonic stasis.

this comment made my check on bo diddley,  a blind spot in my musical education. thanks for teaching me! bo is the hot shit, maximum cool guy, him and norma jean wofford. so good. still dont understand how i could miss that. thanks again!

March 10, 2016 10:03 pm
dj someguy wrote:

Just now had the time to seriously listen to the track. I love the haunting synths so much!!! I would buy it in an instance and will definitely play it soon at parties! Probably my fave weeklybeats-track so far!

yeah! great you like it! thanks!

March 10, 2016 10:04 pm
vco_vault wrote:

Whoa this track has a really old school feel. Really digging this one!

Jason Nijjer wrote:

This is brilliant!  Vocal stabs fit perfectly and love the swirling synth and pulsing beat, maybe it's because I am also perpetually trapped in the 90's

cool to have the nightclubbers listenning! thanks for your comments!

March 10, 2016 10:09 pm
Fred und Luna wrote:

So great, how you mostly create your weekly conributions auf den letzten Drücker, at the eleventh hour, an always end up in a both oh so stimmungsvollen, atmospheric and rhytmically beeindruckenden, impressive beautiful and stimmungsgeladenen Song. Complimentomayor.

grandmeister! thanks for diggin my struggle! WB teached me to love the deadline and use it for my purposes. sometimes.

March 10, 2016 10:11 pm
ice smashing wrote:

this is great, im downloading it asap, looking forward to next week

wow, downloading = max. honor   thanks very much for that!

March 10, 2016 10:25 pm
colorful grey wrote:

yeah totally loving how much space you give this. i have tried this so many times and always end up with overloaded, semi-catchy crap. hut ab.

thank you for checking and commenting on my music! ich find deine intimen akustischen excursions an der grenze zwischen klangforschung und traditionellem songwriting großartig. thanks!

March 10, 2016 10:27 pm
Mr Mort wrote:

haha he strikes again. The beginning had me leaning one way then those synths kick in then bam those detuned synths shbam then comes in the kick! This is something id rave hard to! Could you be my father??

i probably could! keep raving mort! danke!

March 10, 2016 10:30 pm
m2K7 wrote:

Geil !! big_smile

danke!

March 10, 2016 10:40 pm
minaret_kid wrote:

you still go clubbing? the few times i went clubbing with some spanish friends (90ies you guessed it!) was pretty serious business. so probably not you have to fly them copters on monday morning... ; )

I'm afraid I am not a clubber anymore... in fact, I never was very much into it. Guess I'm more of a techno geek, "trainspotting" near the dj booth, browsing through white labels . I still do dig for records. Beatport is great but there's nothing like finding some hidden gem out from a dusty crate of vinyl.

I was out a few nights ago, but I guess I'm a little bit old to hear some stuff and "freak out" like those EDM kids. No disrespect to them, but I'm not confortable in the late "dj's as rockstars" mood. Ideologically, I'm in the "Underground Resistance" point of view. Miss some techno and house parties here in Madrid, though as a producer, I'm into the slow/experimental/80 bpm side of things.

I personally would like to mix the experimentation of Ritchie Hawtin's "Minus" or "Close to the edit" era with slow fat beats. Still listening to minimal, also. I think you'd like Jon Convex and Tillander AKA TS-404.

And BTW, I think I've  downloaded most of your stuff through the years. I remember WB'14 smile

March 11, 2016 12:19 am
laguna wrote:
minaret_kid wrote:

you still go clubbing? the few times i went clubbing with some spanish friends (90ies you guessed it!) was pretty serious business. so probably not you have to fly them copters on monday morning... ; )

I'm afraid I am not a clubber anymore... in fact, I never was very much into it. Guess I'm more of a techno geek, "trainspotting" near the dj booth, browsing through white labels . I still do dig for records. Beatport is great but there's nothing like finding some hidden gem out from a dusty crate of vinyl.

I was out a few nights ago, but I guess I'm a little bit old to hear some stuff and "freak out" like those EDM kids. No disrespect to them, but I'm not confortable in the late "dj's as rockstars" mood. Ideologically, I'm in the "Underground Resistance" point of view. Miss some techno and house parties here in Madrid, though as a producer, I'm into the slow/experimental/80 bpm side of things.

I personally would like to mix the experimentation of Ritchie Hawtin's "Minus" or "Close to the edit" era with slow fat beats. Still listening to minimal, also. I think you'd like Jon Convex and Tillander AKA TS-404.

And BTW, I think I've  downloaded most of your stuff through the years. I remember WB'14 smile


OMG tilliander, fantastic aproach,i love mucho! convex more on the uk_bass side of things cool stuff too! we have some good clubs for spotters and rave vets. over here, you should visit someday. if you hate corporate edm superstar culture you should skip beatport an check (url)https://www.whatpeopleplay.com(/url) more knowledge and dedication there. grüße!

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