A musical project...

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A musical project...

Post by Sean » Thu Apr 17, 2008 8:51 pm

...as part of my degree course. Sorry to get all serious here, but it'd be nice if you could have a listen here and there, there'll be new tunes coming up as and when we do them.

It's me and two other lads off my course, my first contribution is the Arnie track, "Shotgun" is by my course mate, a nice D&B affair sampling Lock Stock.

Add us as a friend if you like as well.

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Post by William » Sun Apr 20, 2008 5:09 pm

nice
honey pie, i don't know when it started, just stop buying your albums from the supermarket. They only sell records that have charted.

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Post by Sean » Sun Apr 20, 2008 7:51 pm

Thanks, with the project leaning toward MIDI I think we came up with some pretty good stuff. And with part of the project being that the group with most exposure I reckon those tunes are decent enough.
MIDI though, big time yuck
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Post by Suika » Mon Apr 21, 2008 7:11 am

both make good listening.
The interview:
Suika: I think it's important for our band, any band, to have a message.
Interviewer: So, what is your message? What is the message of your band?
Suika: ...don't run with scissors?

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Post by Sean » Sat May 03, 2008 11:22 am

Hello again,

two new songs have gone up on this page. A course mate has done a trip-hop sort of affair called Blue Line with a pretty minging sample in there.

I've also done another 'comedy tune' of sorts. Well electro sampling Alan Partridge called "It's Annie Lennoxxxxxx".

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I'd appreciate it if you could get our plays up a bit further!

Cheers!

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Post by String Bean Jean » Sun May 04, 2008 9:56 am

what's with the terrible bands in top friends?

edit:
"Christian rap"
nice first line in blue line
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Post by Sean » Sun May 04, 2008 12:28 pm

The top friends is there just to reinforce that, despite the project being part of our degree course and therefore serious to an extent, we are treating the whole thing with a pinch of salt.

Christian rap could actually link with the opening line from Blue Line I reckon, if the stereotype of priests and what they do is to be believed.

Basically it's all a bit of fun!
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Post by String Bean Jean » Sun May 04, 2008 8:43 pm

Sean wrote:The top friends is there just to reinforce that, despite the project being part of our degree course and therefore serious to an extent, we are treating the whole thing with a pinch of salt.

Christian rap could actually link with the opening line from Blue Line I reckon, if the stereotype of priests and what they do is to be believed.

Basically it's all a bit of fun!
oh that's clear, but I found it funny because I read "Christian rap" as I heard that lyric, it mad me laugh a hell of a lot.
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