Breaking and Entering

June 7, 2007 at 4:40 pm 2 comments

Bluze - Breaking and EnteringI’m really getting into this whole downtempo vibe right now; kind of taking all the production skillz I’ve picked up in the D&B arena, and applying them to my own brand of mogadon-hip hop in the future, well that’s how it sounds to me, anyway…

My latest tune, Breaking and Entering, is in the ‘Listen’ section of the site now, but so that you can hear it straight away (I know you want to) I’ve got a link below too; enjoy!

Breaking and Entering

Entry filed under: Music.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. edgeblend  |  June 8, 2007 at 11:31 am

    I’m really feeling the track!
    Reminds me a bit of some of Klutes stuff.

    I definitely think there is a future in using DnB production skills in other areas of music. I mean check out Noisia with there new housey styles (plus they even produced an rnb album). I think its a shame that alot of people are getting away with only using very basic production methods especially in the New-Rave Blog-House genres. Chopping up an existing tune and putting lots of distortion on guitars and overdriven synths does not require the same level of skill as producing a Dnb style bassline or epic atmospheric intro.

    Keep up the great work.


  • 2. bluze  |  June 8, 2007 at 8:41 pm

    Thanks for the positive comments, they’re really appreciated.
    Yeah, I agree, totally; I think it’s the way forward – there are a lot of d&b producers who are slipping into downtempo mode now, and it’s not surprising really; I mean, how much loud tinitus-inducing d&b can one producer take, considering that when you get to a certain level, you’re in the studio all week, then in the clubs all weekend?
    And yeah, the high standards demanded of the modern day dnb producer definately stand us in good stead when we move to other genres; although the electronica/downtempo croud are almost as demanding, I suspect..
    I was chatting with ST Files a while ago, and he said that after he, Marcus Intalex and Calibre finished the latest (excellent) MISTiCAL album; they started producing some wicked house tunes together; it’s natural to want to relax after the intenseness of a series of d&b sessions..
    Also when you look at the work of people like Teebee, Photek, and more recenly Amit and Klute, that stuff is sitting right in between dnb and downtempo, beautiful work..
    Diggin’ your stuff too, by the way 🙂


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