Tags : | Fusion | 9.51 MB | Has Lyrics

Description : Back with an update of this song- 8 June 2014. Took to heart a lot of the helpful comments I got on the earlier version, and I think the ideas helped a lot. This contains some incidental guitar work, which I'd like to dedicate to a friend who is no longer with us. (They won't get away with this!) Added some things and removed others, toned down the automation and effects slightly. It's a little longer now too. Hope you all enjoy listening! Oh yeah, BTW all the vocals are mine including the melodic parts, since some people asked.-----

New moon new song, that didn't take too long. Did this over the last few days. I went into this with some urges to fuse electro house with classic rock, so I'll call it fusion. Played some improv on my Baldwin Fanfare organ. Take what you want from it, and compost the rest. You can get the new Spivkurl album "Charting The Anomaly," which includes this track at the We Are... Records Capitalist Market found here: http://www.wearerecords.com/capitalistmarket.html

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  1. digitalmusicmaniac
    digitalmusicmaniac on Fri 15th Aug 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hey Spiv nice work here. I haven't heard the original version but this is great! Nice fusion of genres to give this a really unique sound. Congrats! Dan

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thank you Dan! I am thankful for your kind words! Glad you could hear and enjoy the fusion in this song. Hope you are well. I will be by your page in a moment!

  2. bzm21
    bzm21 on Fri 15th Aug 2014 - 5 years ago

    Great beat snchronization

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks much! I appreciate your listen and comment!

  3. QueenKittyLittle
    QueenKittyLittle on Wed 18th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago


    Reply by Spivkurl

    You're too kind! I love it when someone comments on an unfeatured track, it means they're digging deeper than usual. Thanks for the support!

  4. Salook
    Salook on Wed 11th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    squelching goodness...awesome production and arrangement..very tight work!..one of my faves from you bro...this is solid and wicked!!

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks much my friend! Put a lot of my self into this track, so it means a lot when someone can get into it! I might be able to make it better, but I don't know if it would be as real and current. I appreciate you stopping by!

  5. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Mon 9th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Thanks for the good reply.

    No, didn't really hear The Doors early on and still don't. Not to worry. I often have aims when making a track, fail to achieve them but then come up with a lot of things I never imagined. Most of the time, actually.

    I can hear some definite differences here though I won't only point out differences.

    Lead intro synth takes us right in to some good stuff. It's a catchy opening theme.

    0:45 new gentle synth playing a dreamy type of melody that goes well with the sweepy pad.

    1:30 is that start of the (wah) guitar? If not, I like it anyway.

    2:00 melodic vocals sound good here. "Slip away" line sounds good. Bit of vocoding maybe?

    2:37 odd bar division break is cool. I think I struggle to get those irregular length breaks right.

    3:23 guitar sounds great. Nice and sparse arrangement there but think I might prefer the squelch bass to have some reverb as the two instruments seem not to be playing together, sonically speaking. Guitar is quite distant.

    No, don't think I hear the audible pop in this version.

    "I wouldn't get dickish about something like an audio pop"

    One guy on here really did (basically said his tracks sound exactly as he wants and it's wrong to criticise or make suggestions unless it's specifically asked for)and another female was extremely rude on that subject after extensive, repeated explanation on how to remove the pops. They're off my list for track reviewing forever for just too much rudeness and arrogance (not that I've told them).
    Naked squelch bass ending I'm not so keen on. Not terrible, just a bit awkward and sort of grooveless.

    But it's still a cool track. And I mean cool as it has a certain leftfield disco club chic to it. Thanks for the good reply.

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks for giving your opinions on the new version my friend! I'm thinking that if I had really wanted to channel Ray Manzarek, I should have used my Gibson Organ, and not the Baldwin.... oh well, live and learn. I like that intro synth too, it seems to really focus the house side of things. Ha ha, the :45 "synth" is actually me on guitar, and I didn't mean to laugh. I guess I must've played with good timing if you thought it was MIDI. Yep 1:30 is the wah guitar, which comes back for second verse... though both parts were played differently, and not edited. 2:00, I honestly don't recall, but I think there was like 6-8 different effects used to get the tone on that vocal part. Glad you like the breaks, I think they turned out good too, I just wanted them short so as not to lose the flow. I meant for the guitar to be a little distant, and I see what you mean about that squelch bass, though I must admit I rarely use reverb on a bass sound. As far as the ending goes, it's kind of meant to be crossfaded with another track that compliments the bass parts, so I get what you mean. I really appreciate all your efforts on my tracks, and on Looperman in general! Thank you!

  6. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Sun 8th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Nice improvement, mate...you always add something new which is very welcoming habit.:)


    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks friend! I think this is more what I had in mind when starting the track, and it took some comments here on Looperman to help me feel capable to improve on it. I appreciate you listening to the new version! Take care!

  7. Modnex
    Modnex on Sun 8th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    I'm really liking this one spiv! I love the groovy feel you get from the very start, was nodding my head the entire time. I like the vocals that come in a bit later it fits perfectly with the beat you have created. Faving this one, thanks for the listen and entertainment!

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks friend for your supportive comments! Electro house and classic rock are both commonly focused on groove, so I'm glad that's what you hear in this connection. I think I couldn've gotten better timing in the earlier vocals, but I'm happy with it all the same. Glad you thought the timing was good later on though. Appreciate the fave and listen!

  8. RichieWinn
    RichieWinn on Sun 8th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Whenever I have logged on to Looperman and found you have posted a new track I can resist having a listen. I don't know if I'm qualified to comment at all as it's well out of my comfort zone but what I can say is I really like the sounds you make and the quality of your productions. This is no exception. Love the groove and dance feel. Great job.


    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey buddy! We don't see enough of you around hear lately, so I'm honored by your listen! Have to wonder about the fruedian slip - "i CAN resist having a listen." Not worried about it though, as you did listen... heh! Makes me happy you found some enjoyment in this tune. I've been trying to stretch myself as an artist and use more of my instruments for real audio tracks. I think it makes a difference even though I'm no expert. Thanks again for the comment!

  9. crucethus
    crucethus on Sat 7th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Awesome intro. Channelling Heaven 17 and the Norm at the same time. Like you are advancing the sound of Sheffield to modern times. The Pad is brilliant at 1:00 and I love the bass in this one. Vocals at 1:35 are scary effective. This is a solid track man. Suncopation at 2:40 is a nice touch. When you sing or speak your phrases I would suggest you slap echo the last word. I like the way this tune plays out. The vocals remind me a bit of green velvet.
    Fav'd for sure

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey buddy! I've only heard of the artists you mentioned, but not really heard them. I appreciate the comparison though! Also not sure what the signature sound of Sheffield would be, ao can't comment there... heh. People seem to get into the pads, and that makes me happy. I'm pretty proud of the bass in this one, especially the sub side of things, so thank you for the compliment! I appreciate that you liked the spoken word parts. I'm unsure if the syncopation is still there in the new version or not, as it could have been a side effect of the effects I was using...don't know. I took your advice on effecting the vocals, I hope you think I did well. Would love to hear your reaction to the new one. I'm enjoying the Green Velvet track you linked me to! Definitely has some similarities to what I've been working at. I really appreciate your good comments! Thanks for the fave!

  10. soundhound
    soundhound on Wed 4th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Has a solid bounce to it, lots of interesting things going on...
    Popin mix has what it takes...simplicity...

    Nicely done...

    Peace ....TG

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks much my friend! It's nice of you to stop by to listen and comment! I think the new version is a lot better, and has more to offer. Hope you are well!

  11. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Wed 4th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Word up, Spiv.

    This is another that ain't too wonky and twisted so I like it.

    First surprise and mild complaint relates to this:

    "fuse electro house with classic rock"

    I'm totally not hearing the classic rock!

    0:15 the organ's a bit distorted and guitar-like but that doesn't make it classic rock, for me.

    Anyway, some killer squelchy, farty bass.

    1:01 beautiful pad does a really nice job and puts a different complexion on the whole thing. Not the kind of sound I expect from you.

    1:30 cool little break and distinctive cos it's so short. Almost awkward and probably confusing for dancers.

    Spoken word works pretty well. Sort of dreamy dance track with you as the guru/MC guiding us through a far out world.

    Decent length track - just about right.

    Are those more melodic vocals in there yours too eg on 2:00?

    3:27 there's an audio pop you could probably fix. I almost always point these things out in people's tracks when I spot them. One guy on here really didn't like that but I don't expect you to be a dick about it.

    Good work!

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey buddy, thanks for listening! Your review and suggestions helped me improve the song, and I'm interested to hear your views on the new version. I took the fact that you didn't hear the classic rock in this to heart, and really I realized that before and felt it wasn't finished to the point I wanted. I guess with the distorted organ at the beginning I was going for a Doors type of vibe, though I realize that's not definitive as far as classic rock goes. The squelchy bass was fun and stuff, but I'm more fond of the underlying sub bass lines. I think I'm a little weak when it comes to pads usually, I like kind of old school simple pads usually but there is so much you can do with new synths that I'm moving on slowly. I'm glad you thought the short breaks in the song were worthwhile, it was kind of fun putting those in. I think the spoken word parts are more fleshed out in the new version. It's slightly longer now, and I'm a little happier with the length this way. Yep the melodic vocals are me... just trying something different. I wasn't sure if I heard the pop you were talking about, but I definitely don't hear it in the new version. It may have been an automation mistake, and much of that has been scrapped or redone in the new one. Sorted a bad loop that kind of popped or cut off as well. I wouldn't get dickish about something like an audio pop... heh. Thanks very much for your strong review, I appreciate it!

  12. BigPete
    BigPete on Wed 4th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    always entertaining and creative, again I enjoyed very much my journey in your universe. Still debating if you are an alien or not.

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey, Pete! So cool to see you stop in! You always seem to come out of nowhere, and it's always a pleasant surprise! If it makes you feel better, I suspect I'm an alien sometimes too... we'll probably never know for sure. Thank you so much for taking a listen, it means a lot to me! I have changed the song pretty drastically since you heard it, and would love to hear your impressions. Hope you are well! Thanks again!

  13. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Wed 4th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    As someone who likes to mix genres, I especially like this one. It definitely has a late 70's early 80's post disco feel.
    The organ. Yes! I've often said there isn't enough organ work anymore. As an organ enthusiast, I love it! You did get a sweet sound on it too. It's got a very rich distortion without drowning out that signature organ sound. I've heard some distorted to the point where they just sounded like another guitar. This one toes the line, but still retains that sweet, sweet organ love! (That sounded a lot dirtier than I meant for it to.)
    I really like the spoken word style vocals. It's definitely a more subdued approach than we're used to from you. I think your vocal endeavors are panning out. To be honest, I'd love to hear your take on a cover of something by The Cramps.
    Nice work, man.
    Take care.

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey what's up? Thanks for having a listen and leaving your always helpful and enjoyable comments! It's nice to know there are others who are into organs like me. I can't really resist keyboard instruments when I find them, and organs are definitely my favorite. I like the Fanfare organ because it has so many options to shape the sound. I can now get a good sounding recording out of the headphone output by sending it into my direct box. Much easier than micing the speakers, and has less of that old amplifier/speaker noise. I don't quite remember what I got that overdrive sound with, but I like it. With the organ I was going for a little bit of a Doors feel, and I think that leads into the spoken word parts well. Organ love, can't go wrong with that dirty or not! I think I've been trying to outlet my anger and aggression in other ways, thus leaving my art more open to different vibes. Thanks for the support on my vocals! To be honest, I've barely listened to The Cramps ever, but I should probably take a listen now. I've made some big changes to this song since you listened, I hope you like it still. I appreciate your review!

  14. XmafaX
    XmafaX on Tue 3rd Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Great. very nice and creative track
    Good work

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks buddy! I appreciate you taking a listen! I've changed this for version two fairly heavily, so if you feel like listening again, I'd love to hear your opinions! Hope all is well, thanks again!

  15. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Tue 3rd Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hey Friend

    wow what fun feeling to this piece, agree a mixture of genre's, but all working so nice together as one track, to be honest this sounds like it should be on radio, has that vibe to it, again nice use of the vocals mate, you getting so good with your vocals now, more clear sounding with less effects on them, which I guess gives you more scope to use in different genre's...Totally love the listen here friend...Fav'd...Peace n MUCH Respect Pat...Mosaic...

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks very much for all the supportive comments! Funny you say it should be on the radio. I can't imagine what kind of station would play something like this...heh. I'm having fun doing vocals lately, and it's getting easier for me to get good recording of pretty much anything. The vocals in the middle are pretty heavily effected though. Thanks for the comment and fave!

  16. djtheobserver01
    djtheobserver01 on Mon 2nd Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Yo spivkurl !

    its a very hypnotic track .
    when you in it ,you cant get out ...
    love the trancy synths and your vocals fits very good !

    good job spiv !

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey friend, thank you very much for listening! I'd love to hear your thoughts on the new version up today, I think I filled in the gaps that were there. I appreciate your comments!

  17. Diskonnect
    Diskonnect on Sun 1st Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Another cool track my friend, almost sounds a bit disco in places! Love the sounds in this and killer bassline too! Love it at 2:00 when it goes into the next part, the little vocal snippets work really well, good vocals by you also! Enjoyed this one! :)

    Reply by Spivkurl

    I'm getting the feeling I'm in a disco mood, which is a little strange to say the least... wait until you hear the mix i just sent you... heh. The bass was mixed between one mid range sound and a sub bass made from analog waveforms, I kind of like the combination. All the vocals in this are me, just trying to stretch myself at the expense of appearing foolish. I hope this song will get better soon, I'm just back in collab mode, so, ya know... Thanks for the review!

  18. theHumps
    theHumps on Sat 31st May 2014 - 5 years ago

    I hadn't heard of the word seplicate so I looked it up on the dictionary app and it couldn't find the word. So you are creating new words to match your unique style of music, that's cool, lol.

    I am not up on all the genre differences when it comes to electronic music so it sounds like another cool Spivkurl track that is a bit more subdued than some of your recent tracks. A little more relaxed approach to the vocals and they do sound good.

    Well done my friend, enjoyed the track quite a bit!


    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey friend! Thanks for taking a listen! Yep, I couldn't find the word either, so I assume it's new. Pretty much defined within the song, but I don't know if it's clear. Kind of a dual meaning so far, firstly the saving and distrubution of genetic material through cloning or seperating parts of things (like suckers or root stock), secondly the free distribution of ideas and creations with the intention of molding the future with focus. I was trying to be a little more mellow with this track, especially on the vocals. It was giving me lots of CPU and software troubles while mixing, so we'll see how the next version ends up. Appreciate you leaving a comment!

  19. InverSound
    InverSound on Sat 31st May 2014 - 5 years ago

    really nice chilled sound i like the glitchies nice job

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks very much! Keep watching for an update, it should get better soon! I appreciate you listening!

  20. surya94
    surya94 on Thu 29th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    how do u manage to make such synths and sounds...
    Everytime u come up with something new and awesome...
    Too good

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Your too kind! I love sound design, so I guess that's my secret... heh. I'm proud of the organ parts, especially in the intro, pretty much the best distorted organ tone I've gotten to date. I'm hoping to improve this song soon, but they're doing construction by my house and I don't want that noise in my recordings. Thanks much for stopping in!

  21. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Thu 29th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Spivs having a run of tunes ending in "ate" huh? Like those squelchy synths, what is that sound? Love the way it sort of swaps from tech house to house. Nice touch with the vocals. It's a pretty complex track with lots of layers and switches that keep it interesting (not like my repetative drivel)
    What i love about your stuff is you never know what you're going to get and this is a pretty complicated sounding piece. It must have taken you a while to put this together.
    Good stuff.

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Heh, leave it up to you to notice the title thing! After searching a little, I don't think this is a word yet! I guess I'm not sure which sound you mean by "squelchy synths"... do you mean the higher frequency acid sort of bass sound? If that's the one you mean, that's a patch I set up on Fabfilter One, which I must say is a pretty high quality sounding synth. Kind of heavy on the CPU, but worth it I think. I really don't know a lot about house, just trying to do my own version of it I suppose. I think it is pretty complicated, because I kept crashing the DAW with this one, like every time I tried to render a new mix or whatever. By mastering time my CPU was at 99%. I'm going to add some things to make this better soon, and maybe redo the effects a little, because theres some things about it that bother me. I like taking people off guard with my songs, so I'm glad you like that too! Mostly done in two days, with a little more mastering work on a third. Partly because of the crashes, and partly because of the effects bothering me. Thanks much for taking a listen!

    BEATZMODE on Thu 29th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    your production style is amazing,even though im not really a electro type of person,i find your music appealing ,keep it up

    Reply by Spivkurl

    That means a lot to me! I like many kinds of music, and especially music that either entices people to listen to new things, or blends styles in unusual ways. This song should be getting better soon, once I have the time and focus to finish it. Thanks for the support!

  23. VickyDan
    VickyDan on Thu 29th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hello ....

    You have a lot of creative imagination at this time .... It's a good mix of genres very well controlled, and with once again your musical particularity ....


    Reply by Spivkurl

    As ever, you are here to support me, and I am thankful! I've almost been having to reign myself in on a weekly basis so as not to start too many projects... it gets difficult to chose which to finish. I will be adding to this one soon I believe, so hopefully it will get better not worse! Thank you again!

  24. RenzWilde
    RenzWilde on Thu 29th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Wow. This is so cool. To me, a good song takes me into the vibe and is over before I know it. Exactly what this song did.

    Great sounds. Cool track. I can see why I've read comments about people looking forward to your tracks.


    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thank you very much my new friend! I know what you mean about the vibe, when it's gone before you fully realize what it's done to you. I kind of like that about this version too, but I do think I'm going to add some simple touches to make it better, after reading the responses here. It's good to hear from you, appreciated!

  25. skullcard103
    skullcard103 on Thu 29th May 2014 - 5 years ago


    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey thanks very much! I appreciate the feedback! If you had any tracks I'd be all over reviewing them!

  26. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Thu 29th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    ...some great retro flavor.
    The organ is like something out of the 60's, Iron Butterfly, Doors .
    Killer track bro,

    Reply by Spivkurl

    ...and the flavor! I'm happy with the tone of the organ on this one. They're so fun to record! Thanks much for your support!

  27. topvega
    topvega on Thu 29th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Works for me...sounds pretty cool. I think maybe you could get the vocals to pop a little more if you hit them with some FX. Maybe a little delay and some reverb? Pretty pumping though.


    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks much for your support and feedback! I too was thinking the verse vocals are a little dry. Got some ideas last night to bring this song closer to completion, especially after reading the comments. I appreciate you taking the time to listen!

  28. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Thu 29th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    I'm digging this one bigtime Spiv !
    Wish it was longer.
    Real swanky groove with

    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hey friend, I appreciate your stopping by! After yours and other comments I'm think of adding to the song a little, we'll see how that goes. Glad you like the groove

  29. RealProblemShuckers
    RealProblemShuckers on Wed 28th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    Definitely like this song alot. There are some moments where the clash seems a bit odd, but that's barely an issue. The spoken word really adds to the song, and is a very good feature.

    Keep up the very good work, as always!


    Reply by Spivkurl

    Thanks for listening friend! I must admit to loving clash at times. I'm glad you enjoyed all the same. after hearing more comments, I've been thinking about some things to add to the song... it should get better. Thanks again!

  30. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Wed 28th May 2014 - 5 years ago

    I think the marriage between electro house and classic rock proves to be successful here...congrats!


    Reply by Spivkurl

    Hello Orlando, thank you for being the first to review this song! After recieving some more comments, and laying in bed thinking about it, I think this song could use a few more elements. Maybe in a few days I'll have something. Thanks for your support!

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Take a piece of youself
Spread it all around

Put it in the ground

Listen to the sound

Looks like you need help
Give it give it out

Don't forget to seplicate

This grazing will save me
or maybe dive me crazy

Put it in the ground

Grow it grow it out

Looks like you need help
Spreading freedom around



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MEGAPAUL: 0448131-0060978 (Spucken Kratzen Beissen 100 Hminor), 0448131-0067922 (Dark Times 65bpm A Pads),
DANKE: 0671112-0094643 (Drum groovy with fade out hihats), 0671112-0094651 (Illogical drum loop),
YAMPAJA: 0539214-0049219 (Dobro Guitar Drone 1),
JOSEPHRODZ: 0486517-0056696 (Ballad guitar2),
MCHN: 0141901-0050294 (Bmaj Groove),
XYILENT: 1247377-0095052 (Xyilent - Little Devil Hats),
RICHARDBUTLER: 1659834-0094763 (Grime Hatz),
JADRIAN26: 0776383-0073394 (Travesty 5),
PHATCATZ4: 0828980-0089741 (AHH AA EE OOH Choir B 60 bpm),
ESHAR: 0583767-0049556 (1 Kurzbeats 130 1),
PLANETJAZZBASS: 0111346-0036936 (Clown Orchestra),
SPIVKURL: 0186161-0065464 (Acid House Drums),
KRISTIJANN: 0711069-0071946 (LOOK AT ME),
CG5MUSIC: 1024367-0078049 (STOP Distorted Shouts),
RASPUTIN1963: 1564425-0090050-rasputin1963-hooked-on-you (removed loop?),
DAVIDMACKNH (deleted or renamed user): 1094884-0074378-davidmacknh-100-bpm.

Tags : | Fusion | 11.35 MB | Samplitude

Description : A song of dedication...kind of a ballad thing and not really a fusion, at least not in classical sense...:)

Description : A while ago Danke posted this track, I can't link you to it
because he took it down, he likes keeping his page clean
and simple...Cool by me...
Anyway I added a Bass, in the Bridge and 2 Guitars to the
track, keeping it as simple as possible. with a little Guitar Rock Space with the Bass and Funk with the Guitar jump...
Now if someone has something to say, with a voice
big enough to ride this Monster...Do your Thing...
Send us a link to hear it...

Having fun...Hope you all like it...


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