Reviews written by Ceekayed

Skin
Reviewed: February 13, 2008
Artist: Zan
Ok, so I clicked the download link and chose "play in winamp", forgot that this song was downloading and started listening to Shpongleyes by Shpongle, and once the song had downloaded and started playing, wondered that who the **** has remixed my Shpongle songs. This, as usual in my reviews, is comp
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Terrifying Fungus
Reviewed: January 03, 2008
Artist: Cathedral of Failure
Congratulations, you've managed to make Ceekayed speechless. This track completely blew me away. Right from the intro I knew that this track would be worth my time. Awesome beats and really creepy atmosphere coupled with top-notch production makes this track a real killer. All it still needs is rea
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Thoughtspring
Reviewed: August 09, 2007
Artist: grip
I'm not too familiar with minimal house, but I'll try to do my best in understanding the genre by listening to only this song. So what Grip has created here is an ambient'ish soundscape painted on a rather regular house beat with the exception there's no really deep bassdrums or in-your-face cla
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Teh Machinaf0nk0r
Reviewed: August 09, 2007
Artist: Gazus Snake
I agree with the other reviewers; the track is melodically very enjoyable but alot of the enjoyability is lost because of poor sample choices and usage. Neat oldschool'ish and a funky atmosphere though.
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Demon or God
Reviewed: August 02, 2007
Artist: Cthulhian
An energetic blackmetal track by Cthulhu with Buried's vocals. I've always been a fan of Cthulhu's great guitar arrangements, and this piece doesn't let me down. However, there are so many technical flaws here that the good melodical ideas can save only so much.
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Coming of Age
Reviewed: August 01, 2007
Artist: solo
It took me ten days to get into the right mood for reviewing this track; and for a reason. It's not music I'd listen every day. The piece is very disturbing, in a relaxed way (if that makes any sense); what we have here is ten minutes of urban electronic soundscapes without a clear structure. The
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IQ Reduction
Reviewed: July 22, 2007
Artist: John Marwin
Lofi drum-wankery from John Marvin again. The main beat IS damn catchy. This is a true, naked, triphop piece - Why naked? Well, it has no unneccessary elements, like melodies, chords, or anything else but only the important stuff; drums. The tastiest lofi drums you'll ever hear, may I add. I feel t
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Dirty Pieces Of Meat
Reviewed: July 22, 2007
Artist: John Marwin
Imagine. Imagine having the hangover of your life. Then imagine getting various sharp object shoved through your ears into your brain. That's how this song sounds. And it feels mmm-good. Could you imagine? John Marvin's lo-fi drum-wankery is something you will either hate or love; and I personall
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into the shadow
Reviewed: July 07, 2007
Artist: slammy
What a tasty, somewhat mysterious electronica trip this is. What struck me first was the lower end of the spectrum and the very creative and tight drumwork. The bass is deep, and while may not be easily audible with lower-end speakers, it works very well when blasted through good headphones. And
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Lost in Vagoo
Reviewed: July 06, 2007
Artist: Gazus Snake
This is an atmospheric dnb piece featuring enjoyable beats, enough variation to keep the listener interested and lots of tasty retriggering. However the sound isn't as balanced as it could be and the song lacks some wideness and space due to some volume/panning flaws. Still it's worth a few listen
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