Under Cover - Beats
EBM, Industrial Okey, so you have some kind of device to make music. You have some kind of idea what kind of music you want to make and then you just make it. And there ends the logic in this. Under Cover is some kind of, uhm, I don't know really but it's one of the more uneven music I've heard the past years.

The song "Beat Imperium" for example is what I would say a really nice song, it's some kind of soft trance oriented chill out music. Actually, it's the best song on the whole album. I'd also like to say that the song "Keyvision" holds the second place for good songs.

Then take a song like "Nuclear Orbit" that is more like rhythmic noise without the harsh noise. Like a flirt with hardstyle that never really developed into a full romance. I have experimented with the volume on my stereo to see if the rest of the songs make it into my liking but no, most of this production is just meh!
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Brutal Resonance

Under Cover - Beats

5.0
"Mediocre"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2010 by FK Digital Records
Okey, so you have some kind of device to make music. You have some kind of idea what kind of music you want to make and then you just make it. And there ends the logic in this. Under Cover is some kind of, uhm, I don't know really but it's one of the more uneven music I've heard the past years.

The song "Beat Imperium" for example is what I would say a really nice song, it's some kind of soft trance oriented chill out music. Actually, it's the best song on the whole album. I'd also like to say that the song "Keyvision" holds the second place for good songs.

Then take a song like "Nuclear Orbit" that is more like rhythmic noise without the harsh noise. Like a flirt with hardstyle that never really developed into a full romance. I have experimented with the volume on my stereo to see if the rest of the songs make it into my liking but no, most of this production is just meh!
Jul 14 2010

John Wikström

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