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BT and Adam K - Tomahawk FLAC

Singer:

BT

Album:

Tomahawk

Genre:

Electronic style

FLAC album size:

1989 mb

MP3 album size:

1100 mb

WMA album size:

1143 mb

Other music formats:

VOX MP1 AU MOD MPC AIFF RA

Rating:

4.3 ✱

Style:

Progressive House, Electro

Country:

Netherlands

Date of release:

2011

BT and Adam K - Tomahawk FLAC


BT and Adam K - Tomahawk FLAC

Tracklist

Tomahawk 9:07

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ARMD1105 BT and Adam K BT and Adam K - Tomahawk ‎(File, WAV) Armind ARMD1105 Netherlands 2011
none BT And Adam K BT And Adam K - Tomahawk ‎(CDr) Armind none Netherlands 2011
ARMD1105 BT And Adam K BT And Adam K - Tomahawk ‎(File, MP3, 320) Armind ARMD1105 Netherlands 2011
none BT And Adam K BT And Adam K - Tomahawk ‎(CDr) Armind none Netherlands Unknown

roternow
Kept exclusive to the Universal Religion Chapter 5 compilation, but now unlocking a collaboration that hits in time and again, BT and Adam K present 'Tomahawk'.Taking the art of producing to an entirely different level, is the challenge of both Adam K & BT.BT, classically trained and Grammy nominated producer, composer, singer and songwriter, looks back upon 6 artist albums and focuses on an unstoppable drive to keep the crowd moving. Canada's Adam K clocked up more than 15 years of experience, earning a place in the beating heart of dance society with collabs 'Twilight', 'From The Speaker' and 'Question'.Silence is never safe when these guys are around, so to fill it they now make the crowd ride the waves of 'Tomahawk'. Moving the Universal Religion Chapter 5 listeners with a sound that seduces the prog lovers just as much as the trance addicts, driven by playful elements and electrifying surprises. 'Tomahawk' rocked the US chart straight after its release on UR5, and surely will stir things up for a long time to go.
Malanim
For all the hate for "dubstep" I've heard in relation to this track, I can't say its misidentified. Dubstep isn't a genre in the way people think it is. It's a breakbeat grouping that's more related to Electro than Drum & Bass.For those who haven't kept up with BT at the time of this production, this track will surely come as a surprise. The inclusion of so-called "dubstep" samples is minimal and focused on a breakdown. His radio shows feature numerous "dubstep" tracks, and I don't find it surprising he chose to use them. Adam's contributions are apparent and not unanticipated. The track is more of a fusion of Progressive House and Electro LFO's than a trance track. There are sounds in this track that feel much more like deadmau5 than either of these artists. That being said, the track shines brilliantly on production smoothness and quality. The sounds are lush in the right ways, the pallet mixed as one would expect these two to pull together.It may not satisfy all flavors of dance fan right now, but the track still has its quality parts. I'd give it a 3.5 out of 5 and a buy recommendation if you are looking for something to draw different groups into a single dance floor. If you're looking for the next trance banger, best look elsewhere as this wont satisfy.
Levaq
I'm not hating on dubstep, i like dubstep, have done for a few years. This song is just a cliche of everything that is popular today. Also, in no way shape or form is dubstep more related to electro than drum & bass. If the only dubstep you've ever heard is from this year, then i can see how you came to this conclusion.Anyway, i don't like to argue, so everyone's entitled to their opinions. Incidentally i played this track to my girlfriend who loves her modern house and she says it sounds like an Avicii & Wolfgang Gartner house production.
Siramath
Talk about jumping on the current sounds bandwagon! Using dubstep samples like everyone else in house is doing right now just because dubstep is 'big'. There is no room in trance for dubstep, just like there's no room in trance for house. This track is awful, it really is.Get rid of all this and lets have some actual trance for the next release, cheers.

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