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Tags : | Deep House | 9.55 MB

Description : Deep house groove featuring some purchased acapella's from loopmasters. Also includes bonus track "in and out of my life"
Comments are welcome (obviously or i wouldn't be posting the dam thing. What a ridiculous thing to say)

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  1. enzoghetto
    enzoghetto on Tue 6th Dec 2022 - 1 year ago

    Really like the vibe this track has. Truly diggin' the percussion section! Great job can't wait to hear more!

    ONIRONIN on Tue 18th Aug 2020 - 3 years ago

    Really like the vibe this track has. Truly diggin' the percussion section! Great job can't wait to hear more!

  3. angler234
    angler234 on Thu 8th Feb 2018 - 6 years ago

    great quality sound,bit of me this one just had to turn it up...good work,keep it up ...

  4. Djavan
    Djavan on Sat 4th Feb 2017 - 7 years ago

    Nice man! Cool song with a lot of variations, good job.

    Feels goood!!

  5. smallpaul
    smallpaul on Tue 28th Oct 2014 - 9 years ago

    Hi mate, oh dear this is all funked up and totally up my street! Is this a new direction for you?? This is as good as anything iam hearing at the moment, I could just as easily have the radio on!! ( tuned to a good dance channel of course!!) Excellent mate well done! When is the album out??

  6. djkillapaul
    djkillapaul on Mon 18th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    Yes it's long, but that gives you more time to listen. Fantastic, very catchy and the only criticism is just the background noise on the bass intro but that dissipates when the drums kick in. Love it.


    Reply by FreeRadical

    Sorry about the late reply, i bust my lap top and only just got it fixed. Glad you enjoyed the track. I'm a little annoyed that there's noise on the bass as it was a purchased loop and they're supposed to sound clean. Ah well, shit happens i suppose. Thanks again for dropping by.

  7. surya94
    surya94 on Fri 15th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    this track is so tight......
    i loved it so much

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks man. Sorry for the late reply (i busted my lap top)
    Anyway, glad you could drop in and leave your thoughts.

  8. BlackKasper
    BlackKasper on Fri 15th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    Speaking of feeling love, I will tell what I find to always love about your tracks FR: you get it. Which seems like a pompous thing to say perhaps, but I'll take that risk. Time and time again I listen to tracks (from new artist) labeled as 'Deep House', and I walk away wondering why they think that is what deep house is. It's strange.
    Nevertheless my friend, fantastic job and keep doin your thing.

    Reply by FreeRadical

    First of all, sorry for the late reply. I busted my lap top and only just got it fixed. Yeah i know what you mean about folks getting the deep house category wrong. I find a lot of tracks in the wrong genre and it makes me laugh that people don't really know what they're making.
    Anyway, cheers for dropping in and saying that i "get it". That's a great comment to receive.
    Thanks again.

  9. PortraitOfABlackHole
    PortraitOfABlackHole on Thu 14th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    This is great, should be called Funk House

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks man. Sorry for the late reply, i bust my lap top and only just got it fixed.
    Glad you could drop by and comment on the track.

  10. soundhound
    soundhound on Thu 14th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    Got a good bounce to it, things move real nice through the space in the track...
    Long track....Make folks sit their butts down, after about 5min.
    only speaking for myself though...

    Mix is top shelf the hole picture was solid...Nice work...


    Reply by FreeRadical

    Cheers TG. Sorry for the late reply (I busted my lap top and i've only just got it fixed)
    Glad you could manage to keep on your feet for half of it lol. I don't actually think this track is all that great so god knows why it got so many downloads.
    Anyway, thanks for stopping by and checking it out.

  11. RichieWinn
    RichieWinn on Wed 13th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    Hi FR

    I can never resist listening to your tracks as I know it's going to be a journey I shouldn't miss. This is great and I just love the changes your make to the instrumentation and the way you structure your sections. Lovely vocal line too. Nice build up and so rhythmic - can't help but dance. Great work.


    Reply by FreeRadical

    Hey sorry for the late reply. I smashed the screen on my lap top and only just got it fixed.
    Glad you could stop by and leave your thoughts. It's always appreciated when someone as talented as yourself drops by.

  12. georgegavoyannis
    georgegavoyannis on Tue 12th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    Hey FreeRadical,

    This is seriously tight man! At 4:00 especially everything is mixed superbly and its a really listenable track. Vocals are also mixed in really well.
    I can't really find any criticism or advice to give you on this track! Radio worthy.
    All the best,

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Radio worthy? Not so sure about that but i'm glad you enjoyed it and comments like this make my day.
    Thanks for your support.

  13. clindsay
    clindsay on Mon 11th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    Wow - really tight. Loved the bass line throughout - this is professional quality and would work on any dance floor! Great groove.

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks mate i'm glad you could stop by and leave comments.
    Comments make my day.

  14. Modnex
    Modnex on Fri 8th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    I'm really liking this one FR! Deep house isn't my usual genre to listen to, but I have to admit you made me really enjoy this genre. Artist like you, continue to make me change my mind about a complete genre, just from mixes like this. Thanks for that! Before I leave, I have to ask you something.. Did you DJ before you became a producer? Your mixing skills, sounds you like know a little something about DJing! If you haven't I would really suggest you look into it as you would probably have people dancing till they drop in a club setting. Nice work here man, take care!

    Reply by FreeRadical

    I've never been a DJ but it's definitely something i plan on doing in the future. I think it's a bit easier on a lap top than using a pair of turntables but thanks for the vote of confidence. Thanks as well for dropping by and leaving your thoughts.

    DESTERO on Thu 7th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    Man you realy got it!!enjoyed the whole listen,this song could also be played on television with a nice video and cool girls dancing lasciviously to your beats, excellent work respect bro * down and fav

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks mate, to be honest i didn't think it was that great but i'm glad people seem to enjoy it.
    Always appreciate you dropping by and leaving comments.

  16. monsterage
    monsterage on Wed 6th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    Deep house is probably one of the most awesome genders inside EDM.
    amazing mix my friend you always bringing good music.

    Reply by FreeRadical

    sorry for the late reply (been neglecting my profile these last few days)
    Thanks for dropping in and leaving your thoughts. I'm pretty into deep house at the moment so i'm glad other people are too.

  17. ValveDriver
    ValveDriver on Wed 6th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    " All i do is make a loop and then paint around it which really isn't that hard."

    Don't sell yourself short, brother. That which you've said in the sentence above is the name of the game, man. Music is repetition. Finding a way to do that without it becoming monotonous or, adversely, a sloppy mess, is a tricky one! Let alone for ten minutes a pop. And, consistently, I might add. I've heard some people take some loops and put them together with the skill comparable to a 3rd grader making a cut-out collage with stick-paste and safety scissors. That shit was a hot mess, dude. I know the feeling of not liking your work once you've finished, but still, there's gotta be some kind of love there, or you never would have completed it.
    You have a knack for knowing where to put certain things in your tracks that keep it interesting. Specifically 'pellas and dialogue samples. I also like the way you can transition from one track to the next, which has a completely different feel, but never breaks the flow.

    Hopefully, you and Renz can come with that collab. I'm pretty sure it will be nothing less than awesome.

    That's my opinion, anyhow.
    Take care.

  18. siddu276
    siddu276 on Wed 6th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago


  19. StrikingDaggers
    StrikingDaggers on Tue 5th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    Awesome track FreeRadical! Great use of those pellas. The beat has a very upbeat vibe to it with tight melodies throughout the track. I really loved the bass. The track keeps the listener moving. It was a very enjoyable listen. The mix sounds solid on this end. It's a Fav. Truly nice work.

  20. Livingsoulsdie
    Livingsoulsdie on Tue 5th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    I am really enjoying this track. Nice thumping bass and the acapellas are nice and well placed not to mention the mixing is superb :) Thumbs up on another sweet track !

  21. crucethus
    crucethus on Mon 4th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    Smooth, minimal nicely done, reminds me so much of NYC circa 1998. well done my friend. Bass is driving home the sounds.
    percussion is sublime and yet perfectly done. like a masterclass in the genre. well done

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Cheers man and sorry for the late reply. I went on a four day binge session with a mate and sort of forgot about this place for the duration.
    Glad you could stop by and check out the track.

  22. andyoutlook
    andyoutlook on Mon 4th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    thats a cool one we produce music from all genres check this out hope u like it http://youtu.be/ASFjRdx7Sgk to collaberate email us

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks man, glad you like it. I checked out your tune/video and i liked it so yeah we can collab sometime. I have a few things i'm working on at the moment that i need to get finished first but after that, no problem.
    Cheers for stopping by.

  23. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Mon 4th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    Yo. More classic house from you.

    There's a bit of unnecessary noise on that intro bass.

    1:03 drum fill then really catches my attention, as does the lead that follows right after.

    Acapellas are good, as you'd expect from ones you've bought.

    1:36 funky lead sits nicely.

    Then you go for a breakdown and a minute's build. Pretty smooth! I rarely do big, lengthy builds but then I don't really makes dance music. Certainly not club music. I know those builds work really well on a dancefloor. Gives people a chance to have a break and then get excited again and guess when it's all going to drop.

    This type of deep house I do quite like though loads of the cheesy stuff turns me off (what a surprise).

    Second half's review coming another day.

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Is there noise on the bass? I can't tell because i'm using a pair of crappy PC speakers which distort everything if you turn them up more than half way. I'm having to make do at the moment but at least i'm not a bronie. There's always that.
    Anyway, glad you could drop by and give it a listen.

  24. RenzWilde
    RenzWilde on Mon 4th Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    Hey FR, like my reply in the comments on my latest track, I'd luv to collab with you. Are you kidding me?! Always admired your work and I'm stoked to work on something with you. Just PM me :)

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Cool, I will do that (just as soon as i've got over my MASSIVE hang over lol)
    I think we could make something cool.

  25. aelmen
    aelmen on Sun 3rd Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    Ok... Don't you think that this is one of your best so far? Well I do! This track could well be played in clubs around the world. I noticed the pan effect on the dirty hi-hat, nice work! I like both parts and I think you should be proud of this production!


    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks man but to be honest i'm never really proud of anything i do because i hear something like what you do and i think it's far more original. All i do is make a loop and then paint around it which really isn't that hard.
    Cheers for stopping by and leaving kind words.

  26. RenzWilde
    RenzWilde on Sun 3rd Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    I'm envious of the 10 min tracks you constantly produce. The tracks always sound good but it's the length that I admire, the track length i mean ;)

    Being a Kraftwerk junkie, I swore I wouldn't produce anything under 6 minutes, lol.

    Sounds like you got a sweet acapella pack there. The first part sounds great. Like the way the bassline carries the tune to the break, then a well done build up. The track fills out after the break and the 2 vocal parts work excellent together. Great harmony there.

    But is it ok to like the 2nd part better?lol It is awesome! The vocal lines are great and you built a sweet bed track underneath it. Luv the haunting little break and the funky drums after that go perfect. It's like you teased with the 2nd song. That could be expanded into a killer track, imo.

    For something that sounds like you weren't sure about uploading, this kicks....especially the 2nd part :]


    Reply by FreeRadical

    I don't mind if you like the second part better lol. Yeah, i have quite a selection of purchased accapellas but most of the time i can never get them to fit, so it's nice that i managed to score a double whammy in terms of things being in the right key/tempo ect. I would have liked to have done more with the second track but i ran out of room. The only reason i make such long tracks is because i like to squeeze as much tunage as possible into the alloted time frame. I'd gladly trade down on the amount of tracks we can upload in favour of a longer time frame. I did an hour long mix not so long ago but i can't share it on here which i think is a dam shame but there you go.
    Anyway, cheers for stopping by and i won't make any crass comments about track bumping this time lol (i was probably pissed when i did that or something)
    Anyway, how about a collab sometime? I think i could work something with your style.

  27. AZZYKO
    AZZYKO on Sun 3rd Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    This sounds really great, you obviously know how to make 10 mins long mixes... I don't think I could ever do that. Great job anyway!

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Cheers man. It all just sort of fell together really. By sheer luck the vocal was in the right key and the right tempo which hardly ever seems to happen so i'm pleased about that.
    Cheers for dropping by and commenting.

  28. DanGoldstein
    DanGoldstein on Sun 3rd Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    i love the way that monotone synth note starts building from around 1:40, then adding a snare I guess. and that percussion hit (whatever it is). likin this track a lot, my friend. fav. peace.

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks man, It all just sort of fell together really. The vocal just happened to be in the right key and at the right speed, which was nice.
    Thanks for dropping by and commenting.

  29. johnnyproducing
    johnnyproducing on Sun 3rd Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    the accepella's used sound pretty sweet but the track really kicks it off
    Sweet bass and think the mixing is pretty spot on in this one

    Thanks for sharing

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Cheers man, I wasn't sure about uploading this as i'm using the crappest pair of speakers in the world.
    Cheers for dropping by and leaving your thoughts.

    PRINCELECTRO on Sun 3rd Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    what a deep track here! nice mixing really. sounds great.. i dont listen deep house but this is really enjoyable.

    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks. I've been getting pretty into deep house just lateley (slowing down in my old age)
    Glad you could drop in and leave a few kind thoughts.

  31. theHumps
    theHumps on Sun 3rd Aug 2014 - 9 years ago

    The mix sounds real good, you still using headphones to mix? Oh, I feel the love, lol. 10:26 long, I could never do that, you seem to have a knack for it.

    Nice transition between tracks and I like that "eh" vocal sample. I also like the drum pattern in the last part, that is a good way to make things interesting in a long track.

    Well done, as usual!


    Reply by FreeRadical

    Thanks man, I'm currently using a knackered out old pair of PC speakers instead of headphones, they have a pretty awful dynamic range if i'm honest but you can just about hear everything. I wasn't sure about this track to be honest but i posted it because it's the only one i've managed to finish this week lol.
    Glad you could give it a listen as always.

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