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In 6 Sets
- 218 Tracks, 22.43.28
- 77 Tracks, 6.35.43
- 3 Tracks, 34.02
- 2 Tracks, 38.17
Korrupt 's review of Fiend • 's 'Gully':
“Fiend’s ‘Gully’ has an interesting intro; a repeating sample sets the mood without the listener being able to hear what’s actually being said. The kick pounds nicely while the hi-hat sets the pace, ready for heavy low-end to emerge. The descending soundscape adds to a climatic build-up before ‘Gully‘ drops...
“At the drop, the kick blends into the low-end with the sub flowing around with a great force. The snare could come forward a bit and although the low-end is a little all over the place, it creates a hypnotic vibe that gives this tune a definite 'gully' twist. The wobbly samples add space within the tune, as new low-end patterns maintain the listener’s focus.
“The break sounds similar to the intro, where the voice becomes a little clearer – but the rest is unchanged. The second drop contains a change in low-end patterns that continue to vibe through the sub-regions, as a pause brings in the sample again as the user can finally hear what’s being said.
“Fiend lets the original drum patterns return, while samples from earlier in the tune make their return at different intervals. ‘Gully’ ends with heavy low-end patterns, as Fiend shows that he's capable of producing a heavyweight tune. Keep an eye on this guy!”
Mad weight from London's Fiend •!
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