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MOTU_BuriedStraightToHell.mp3

Freestyle Hip Hop with some experimental shiz.

All produced in Psycle.

Vocal credits are to Kyle Hinckley, my ´Masters of the Universe´partner in crime, and some vocals of myself as well.

I know it doesn't make too much sense. It's kind of like a remix of nonsense. Hopefully I'll get a good production flow down for making this Hip Hop stuff as more tracks are made.

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I absolutely love this stuff man. Really funky, like daisy age hip hop plus with all the glitch thrown in. Bip hop!

makes perfect sense


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I absolutely love this stuff man. Really funky, like daisy age hip hop plus with all the glitch thrown in. Bip hop!

makes perfect sense



Thanks bro. I'm enjoying producing something out of the boundaries of my usual genres.

Hopefully more good stuff to come with this kind of style.

These are new works made with previous freestyles. We're also looking into making a new album with more specific lyrics. If I can get my partner off his arse to do some new recordings. He's a talented and intelligent mofo.

In the meantime, I have albums worth of old freestyle recordings to go through and find stuff that works.

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Haha man I can't get enough of this track. The guy's got an awesome voice, he sounds like he's completely off his face.

classic lines:
"i don't wanna do anything except for program techno" that's you right?

the pocahontas one

You could totally get this released somewhere, it's as good as any experimental hiphop i've listened to. Looking forward to the MOTU album


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Haha man I can't get enough of this track. The guy's got an awesome voice, he sounds like he's completely off his face.

classic lines:
"i don't wanna do anything except for program techno" that's you right?

the pocahontas one

You could totally get this released somewhere, it's as good as any experimental hiphop i've listened to. Looking forward to the MOTU album



Heheh yep. The vocoded redneck-ish sounding vocals are me. (being in Utah so long, when I'm drunk, I get that country boy drawl. I hate it!)

And yes, Kyle has what others have described as the Eminem sound... but he's more educated.

Thanks so much for your support. These guys need to know what potential they got and start working it.

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Man, this song ROXX!!

The production, the vocals... and though I'm not a fan o Hip Hop, I can't resist to listen to this song again and again!

The beat is very pro! Can you comment about it? Is it a chopped breakbeat, a record of live drums, or so? Nah... can you comment THE WHOLE PRODUCTION??

And I agree with mutilus: You can, for sure, get this track released!! =)


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Man, this song ROXX!!

The production, the vocals... and though I'm not a fan o Hip Hop, I can't resist to listen to this song again and again!

The beat is very pro! Can you comment about it? Is it a chopped breakbeat, a record of live drums, or so? Nah... can you comment THE WHOLE PRODUCTION??

And I agree with mutilus: You can, for sure, get this track released!! =)



Thanks man!

The production:

various jazz and hip hop loops sequenced and augmented with dblue's Glitch plus some other manual beat sequencing.

Some other hip hop guitar samples from 'One Stop Beats' and my own guitar playing.

Vocal clips chunked up and run through Terry West's VocEqPro v1.6 http://rekkerd.org/terry-west-releases-voceqpro/ and Ultrafunk's plugins.

Production of beats run through Film Composer's Dancemaster (BE AWARE that it does crash in Psycle 1.8.5 when saving and closing [but i love the sound so i use it anyway]) and some $ vst for final production: Firium Eq and Ozone.

The vocoder is Orange Vocoder which I suspect is the same vocoder Necros of The Alpha Conspiracy has used.

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