Tags : | Disco | 6.75 MB

Description : Disco meets Post Punk. been done before but not like this.

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  1. fargaveron
    fargaveron on Sun 5th May 2019 - 5 months ago

    afgdgdfg

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Out Demon Out!!!

  2. GRIGOREEA
    GRIGOREEA on Fri 17th Nov 2017 - 1 year ago

    ok... go ahead

  3. zachvenus
    zachvenus on Wed 11th May 2016 - 3 years ago

    After cruising through your tracks I couldn't help but think i could literally listen to these tracks all day and be happy. This one's title is perfect and the music stays consistently good throughout. Glad to have found you and your work. I already love punk so jamming this is a no brainer.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Well Thank you very much!

  4. mamamamonstr
    mamamamonstr on Mon 12th Oct 2015 - 4 years ago

    love this!!!

  5. geoffvt
    geoffvt on Tue 11th Aug 2015 - 4 years ago

    Great mix on this track Well done keep posting your tracks keep up all the amazing work

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks Mate!

  6. arielotimelapse
    arielotimelapse on Sat 18th Apr 2015 - 4 years ago

    great song my friend !

  7. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Thu 19th Mar 2015 - 4 years ago

    look here https://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/165249

  8. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Mon 16th Mar 2015 - 4 years ago

    hey look at this https://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/165154

  9. steve010101
    steve010101 on Mon 16th Mar 2015 - 4 years ago

    Very unique energy in this track and an interesting combination of sounds -- mind altering and energetic. I like it.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Awesome thanks!

  10. traz75
    traz75 on Thu 12th Mar 2015 - 4 years ago

    Very interesting track! I were feel myself a child for a short time. Thanks! :)
    regards, traz

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Retro-enfantism is nothing to be ashamed of, in fact I salute you for finding your inner child!
    Cru

  11. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Thu 12th Mar 2015 - 4 years ago

    super mix keep up the good work. im using this in a new mix i send link and credit you.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Interested too see what you will do with this?
    Cru

  12. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Wed 11th Mar 2015 - 4 years ago

    Hey, quite groovy man! My kind of disco vibe for sure! I hear a bit of "sandanista" floating through this one as well, but definitely more developed than much of the electronic sort of stuff on that album. That distorted guitar/organ sounding bit is really sweet! Good to hear a tape feel in the mix, and not one of those VST tapes... ha ha. You were totally jammin with yourself on this! Great track! Fave!

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    The Clash comparisons are cool, as when I made this I had no thoughts or ideas that I wanted to sound like them, but for me this is a natural progression of post disco and with Punk and with it's DIY nature it just naturally evolves.(convergent evolution). No organs were harmed in the making of this song, but various guitar effects were used over Yamaha midi instruments. And ironically no tape was used, but recorded onto a Special type of 4 track Sony Minidisk. It was a truly controlled Jam. The song is very structured and the solos were designed to fit in the melody. This was not an improv but had some thought to it.
    Always a pleasure
    Cru

  13. danke
    danke on Wed 11th Mar 2015 - 4 years ago

    What an uplifting, dancy tune Cru!

    THAT BASS IS A KILLER ONE!!!

    Lots of great technicality as usual...my best is that short Malmsteen like solo part from 2.27 to 2.45...brilliant...

    Thankx for this late night show...everybody danced a git...Esty (8 years old girly), Meli (...years old Mamy) and Danke (retro boy)...

    We love you all, Danke :-)

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Hey Danke
    Awesome that the whole family was dancing, my best to all of them.
    Thanks for the props on the bass. That's the second Malmsteen quote on one of my songs in the last 2 weeks and it's freaking me out a bit as I am not that technically good.
    If I spread joy with my music then lie is good.
    Cru

  14. Poppe
    Poppe on Wed 11th Mar 2015 - 4 years ago

    This is pretty sweet, not much of a "disco man" myself but I liked it.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Thanks Poppe, you don't have to be a "disco man" to get into post punk disco, or New Wave because disco should always be underground, the "disco" you know is pure and utter pop crap pushed by record companies. The disco I know is innovative and full of creativity that you have never heard. The Clash took that ethos of Punk and Disco and made some awesome tunes and spurred on the new wave new romantic post punk movement in the UK which bled over into North America Via MTV.
    Cru

  15. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Tue 10th Mar 2015 - 4 years ago

    Hi Steve,
    Great song!
    This song has really a "clash" taste: the synth lines could find place on Sandinista.
    Only problem: the solo is too god (2:27): clash never had anything similar.
    The bass line really seems to come out of the fingers of Paul Simonon (only exception the change around 3:20)
    Nice work on the synths (3:33): guitarish and intriguing.
    Also the final organ solo is a nice touch: mixed very low to not distract the listener from the main song.
    The end is a bit "quick".
    Great song. Really great.
    I am looking my contacts to see if I have the phone number of Joe Strummer: he would love to sing on this one :-)
    Ciao, Domenico

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Ironically I have been watching Punk Britannia on you tube the last few days. The clash were awesome, and if you were able to contact Joe, that would be an amazing feat since he passed on about 13 years ago. His voice may have decayed (oh that’s so wrong) a bit. I really enjoy writing and playing moving bass lines. This bass line is a different style for me. 3.20 is me slipping into a Alan Spenner style bass line for say a Roxy Music like song. Punk and disco were made for each other in a musical sense because of the simplicity of styles and chord structure it creates a lot of breathing room in the tracks to be creative with solos and moving bass-lines. IT's why the New wave, post punk, post romantic, synthpop movements in the uK became so big and then with the advent of the visual in MTV in the US, transplanted to North America as well.
    One of my favourite tunes that embodies the spirit of this sound actually is from your home country by one of it's biggest stars ever. This tune from 1972 is before disco and drips with irony.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_X_7iMHugXM&html5=1
    I love the simplicity , the ironic anger of the nonsensical usage of English (Anglocentric voices prevelant in many euro-tunes at the time). and the subtle instrumentation throughout.
    Always a pleasure
    Steve

  16. BradoSanz
    BradoSanz on Tue 10th Mar 2015 - 4 years ago

    I feel like maybe the drums could've been a little more present in this one; seems a little lacking punchiness, but then again that could've been what you were going for. :P Your music is always entertaining to listen to haha. As always, great work cru.

    ER

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    I was emphasising the bass drum and high hat on this one and not necessarily the snare which would give you the more punchy feel that you are recommending. I could envision in the chorus adding a snare or even a sharp hand clap to it. The fun of building a song up from layers.
    Thanks for listening and commenting
    Cru

  17. midisparks
    midisparks on Mon 9th Mar 2015 - 4 years ago

    hi, cru. lovin' your mix. i will fav after I get out of this box. full rich sounds. awesome licks. beautiful mix. always inspiring man. peace.

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Aww thanks man.
    u the best
    Cru

  18. SHWAK
    SHWAK on Mon 9th Mar 2015 - 4 years ago

    real cool

  19. ShortBusMusic
    ShortBusMusic on Mon 9th Mar 2015 - 4 years ago

    This is so good on so many different levels. First off, your synth work is just as good as it gets (those little riffs around the 2:40 mark and again around 3:20 are so nice). You have a rare skillset (both musician and composer) and you execute your ideas flawlessly. Terrific mix on this one as well. Everything is sitting nicely, really crispy sound. Another outstanding effort from one of the best musicians on Looperman. Really, really well done. I hope all is well.

    Bear

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Ahh you are too kind Bear.
    Believe it or not the Keyboard I used
    for this was a $199 Yamaha. Even the drums, but I used a most expensive Roland Guitar processor to make some of these sounds magical. Mixed on the fly on a 4 track Sony It was fun to revive this one with modern mastering.
    "Another outstanding effort from one of the best musicians on Looperman."
    is a very high compliment from a great musican yourself and I am humbly grateful for that.
    All the Best
    Steve

  20. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Mon 9th Mar 2015 - 4 years ago

    Hey Steve

    Man so sorry for not getting to check your works, health not been good...So haven't been here very much...Disco alright, really reminds me of the 70s, keep waiting for Donna Summer to start singing lol...Always impressed with your tunes, and this one right up there...nothing to fault here friend...Very enjoy listen...FAV...Peace n Respect Mos...

    crucethus
    Reply by crucethus

    Hey Mos
    I'm sorry to hear you were in ill health, I hope you are doing better. This is disco with a sinister Post Punk Edge. I'm glad you stopped bye.
    All the best Mate.
    Steve

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