|Author:||Juanma Merino - nXpected|
|Genre:||Progressive Electronica, Dance|
|Comment:||135 bpm song combines strong bass and soft strings and sounds|
|File:||Juanma Merino - Yams.mt2.mt2|
A quite simple, yet interesting piece of laidback house (Nalin & Kane - Beachball, anyone?). Nice usage of different synthesizers, and good melodies.
It's a pity that the composer of this song paid so little attention to the little things that finish a song. The crash and the clap are too loud, quite a few patterns are (almost) identical copies of previous ones, and some extra percussion and/or FX would not hurt the song too.
Nevertheless, a quite interesting song that does exactly what it should do, namely creating a relaxing (and almost summer-alike) environment for sunday afternoons like this one.
+ nice mood
+ the bass
- the leads can't carry the song
- the crash is too loud
- maybe a bit basic...
This could be a great song, but I'm sorry it's not. To make it great it would need more beat variaton and thicker lead-instruments.
A weak "good" for me.
Drawn-out intros are good, but this one kinda stretches it past the limit. Once it actually gets into the melody and such, it is very nice. Definitely a dance tune, and to sit and listen to, but on a dance floor it would be much more inviting.
Dead-on average. No better, no worse.
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