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Gran Tour

By grillo on February 24, 2018 7:06 pm

Sort of orchestral trap I guess? I don't know

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February 26, 2018 2:09 am

unique vibe! i can hear a little trap aggression and influence but overall it feels more cinematic and moody / cloud-rappy, all good stuff

February 28, 2018 2:22 am

really enjoyed this

February 28, 2018 9:08 am
starpause wrote:

unique vibe! i can hear a little trap aggression and influence but overall it feels more cinematic and moody / cloud-rappy, all good stuff

yeah I kinda agree. I can never get that type of 'mean' trap sound, it's just not how I see music :-)

underground Luau wrote:

really enjoyed this

thanks!!

March 5, 2018 12:16 am
starpause wrote:

unique vibe! i can hear a little trap aggression and influence but overall it feels more cinematic and moody / cloud-rappy, all good stuff

Maybe the cadence of the beat, and some of those fills are trap-inspired, but the overall melodic arrangement is miles ahead of the usual trap stuff. I also can't relate to that "drugs money drop the bass bitches" sound that, for a lack of a better expression, seems to be most of the "mainstream trap".

Beats like these show that the genre and the groove could be beyond limits


March 5, 2018 4:02 am
laguna wrote:


but the overall melodic arrangement is miles ahead of the usual trap stuff. Beats like these show that the genre and the groove could be beyond limits

this for sure! to make genrefied trap it has to be intentionally simplified

and yeah... drugs... whay_is_a_drug_den_called_a_trap_house

March 5, 2018 5:03 pm
starpause wrote:
laguna wrote:


but the overall melodic arrangement is miles ahead of the usual trap stuff. Beats like these show that the genre and the groove could be beyond limits

this for sure! to make genrefied trap it has to be intentionally simplified

and yeah... drugs... whay_is_a_drug_den_called_a_trap_house

I agree. There's some cool stuff here and there, or at least i stumble into some stuff that's really cinematic, or with a cool melody, but generally speaking I believe we're at a point where Trap has become an overly saturated niche which makes it sound more like a parody.

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