Tags : | Deep House | 13.58 MB

Description : Lounge session... for an endless summer :)

"there is music in my life because there is life in my music" - Bleep

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  1. LaUnika
    LaUnika on Tue 24th Apr 2018 - 5 years ago


    Reply by BLEEP

    happy to read you enjoyed this track :)


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

    very cool chilled track,very well put together...great job

    Reply by BLEEP

    thank you :)


  3. JabstarX2
    JabstarX2 on Fri 12th Jan 2018 - 6 years ago

    Beautiful music right here

    Reply by BLEEP

    thanks :)

  4. silverman
    silverman on Sat 30th Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    Je ne plaisante que dans ma rponse votre message franais sur mon morceau.
    J'ai plaisant de parler Welsh puis je suis all Google traduire et est revenu pour trouver que je ne pouvais pas vous rpondre en raison de la faon dont cet endroit fonctionne!
    Merci pour vos gentils commentaires.

    Reply by BLEEP

    ha ha Silver! don't worry about it :) i understood your comment and i guessed it was a joke ;)
    usually i try to write my comments in english but sometimes, when i need to use technical words or if i need to share a particular feeling, words misses me. If my google translator permite me to find the appropriate word, no problem i post in english but if it's not possible, i apologise but i prefer write in my natural langage, in french :)
    Be sure my comment was full of congratulations, i already told you i really and sincerely like your work ;)

    (and i don't find the meaning of "welsh". In the north of france it's a cooked dish. I think it comes from wales and it's real name is "caws-wedi-pobi". Do you know this culinary specialty? i know it and it's delicious :))

  5. giuliomusic
    giuliomusic on Sat 30th Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    Really enjoyed this song ! keep posting :)

    Reply by BLEEP

    hello Giulio,
    thank you for your friendly comment, it's very appreciate :)

    see ya

  6. MasterZool
    MasterZool on Wed 27th Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    Very nice.Similar to the classics.I really enjoyed it.Here is a wonderful bass.How did you do this?I have not yet obtained such a bass to do.Maybe because I only use free plugins? :)

    Reply by BLEEP

    Hello MasterZool,
    thanks for your friendly words, very appreciate ;) i went on your page to discover your work too :)
    about the bass line, i played it with my "matt freeman" precison bass. I recorded it with soundforge, i retailed one shoot, reworked in recycle software before injecting it in my composition under Reason :)
    The most part of plugins i use in my music software are free too :)

    Thanks again for taking time to comment my track :)

  7. silverman
    silverman on Tue 26th Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    Really like this Beep.
    Faved it a couple of days ago but wasn't up to leaving a comment.
    Very smooth and moody.

    Reply by BLEEP

    Thank You Bro!
    Really glad to see you back again here ;)

    I let a comment on your last track too (really brilliant song)


  8. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Fri 22nd Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    Hey Bleep, man this is slick bro. I love the staggered entrance intro. You sure know how to arrange. Considering the length, I never got bored due to all the change ups and progressions. Great use of percussion throughout, especially the drop sections that adds dynamics and breaks up repetition. I'm really impressed by the fact that your playing/programming everything yourself. The sax and the tremelo guitar are excellent additions that really peak the production value quotient. I really dig house music and will be looking forward to sampling more of your work.

    Reply by BLEEP

    Hello Neo,
    thanks for your friendly comment, your words are really appreciate ;)
    Cool to read you liked this track. Indeed, I am autonomous when I work on a piece (writing until production) but I have only small means. I think moreover that most of the artists at our level make the same thing: they build up by themselves their home own studio.
    No problem for sampling my work, i'll be glad to listen the final result.


  9. GoldenHaben
    GoldenHaben on Wed 20th Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    what a great bounce!

    Reply by BLEEP

    thanks for listening :)


  10. DanGoldstein
    DanGoldstein on Tue 19th Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    Hi, Bleep

    It's impressive to me that you play all these instruments. I only use midi. Beautiful work. Regards, Dan

    Reply by BLEEP

    hey midisparks!
    thanks for taking time to listen to this track and sharing your feeling :)


  11. thelastmonte
    thelastmonte on Mon 18th Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    Driving down the neon strewn streets of the nineties our hero is restless. He's wearing sunglasses at night and not even the come hither looks of the painted ladies of the evening can bring a smile to his face. He doesn't have a destination or a plan, but the odds are he'll find what he's looking for. The streets are dirty, violent and filled with animals wearing the faces of men. That's fine by him.

    Reply by BLEEP

    hello thelastmonte,

    nice story! it could be great for a video clip! i think this comment has been posted in this purpose or i'm wrong?

    i guess that if you have imagination listening to my track it's probably because you liked the atmopshere ;)

    thanks a lot for sharing your feeling


  12. CamTheClear
    CamTheClear on Fri 15th Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    Great dance mix!

    Reply by BLEEP


    i don't know if you can dance on it but moving during a drink, yes :)

  13. crucethus
    crucethus on Thu 14th Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    Nice baseline, and an awesome muted melody using the piano and other stabs. Very much like Chicago House. Love the tremlo guitar in the last third of the song. gives off a great chilled vibe.
    good work!

    Reply by BLEEP

    Hey Cru,
    Thanks for sharing your feeling about this sound :) (i saw you recently changed your logo, nice choice ;))
    about the bass line, as toastedavalanche noticed it, i took care to create an interplay with the piano. Your reference to chicago make me happy because it's a great place for house music! thank you very much for your friendly words, i appreciate it :)


  14. Nodog
    Nodog on Mon 11th Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    Hey Bleep,
    I really like the bass playing on this which has a vintage feel to it it also had a nice back beat. Nice combination of the various instruments too i loved the outro Good work Bleep. best regards Robbie.

    Reply by BLEEP

    Hello Rob,

    I tried to render a sensual groove with the bass line but i didn't thought it could be vintage too :) it's a good surprise to read this kind of feeling ^^
    I'm always afraid when I mix the piece at the end that the duration can be boring in the listening. It seems not to be the case :)

    thanks for listening ;) and your joy bomb was a real good surprise for my ears too :)

    always a pleasure to read you bro :)

  15. Dumbasswolf
    Dumbasswolf on Sat 9th Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    cool intro and i like the funky feel you have in this track.

    Reply by BLEEP

    thank you Dumbasswolf :)

  16. monsterage
    monsterage on Sat 9th Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    i love that funky feeling to it!! like always Bleep making fantastic tunes. :D

    see you around friend.

    Reply by BLEEP

    Hi monsterage,

    thanks for your congratulations about my work, it's really appreciate! hope to continue in this way ;)


  17. MrSpookd
    MrSpookd on Fri 8th Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    Hey there,

    Very nice intro to the track with the riff of the different instruments. The bass is fantastic! The music flows so well and natural that it seems like the song wrote itself. Very well done :) next time maybe add some more reverb to the different instruments to make them feel more real.

    Reply by BLEEP


    thanks for your comment and your advice about reverb ;)
    if the songs could write thereselves, it will be wonderfull lol unfortunatly a human touch is necessary :D

    i promise you next tim to use more reverb


  18. toastedavalanche
    toastedavalanche on Wed 6th Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    I'm loving the soulful funk feeling that this track has. The interplay between the piano and the bass is nice. The playful little saxophone parts sit nicely in the mix and colour the music well.
    One thing I would say is, for me, the piano stabs get a little repetitive after a while. Maybe try playing around with the EQ, Reverb and maybe pan it about as the track progresses? It's only a small quibble. The track, as a whole, is really great. I enjoyed listening to it :)


    Reply by BLEEP

    Hello T.A

    I think i should too upgrade the saxo volume no?
    About the piano, you're right, it's a little repetitive! thanks for the advice, I shall look how I can develop it in the purpose to establish itself better in the general atmosphere!

    Thanks for your precious words :)


  19. felixamodeo
    felixamodeo on Wed 6th Sep 2017 - 6 years ago

    Has a VERY funky groovy vibe to it. Kinda reminds me of Chicago House music. Good work!

    Reply by BLEEP

    Hello LRAD,
    thank you for your friendly words! nice to learn my track remind you Chicago House Music ;)


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