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10 posts since 3 Oct, 2017
Hello Music Cafe People,

Hope you are doing well!
We are here to present you our newest release: Built To Break (featuring Passive Elephants), which was released today by Concordia Recordings!
We haven't gotten any feedback on the mix yet and wanted to hear what you guys think of the mix or the whole production.

Here is the Link on Youtube:

And on our soundcloud, right the first track! ... -elephants

Instrumental Mix: ... mental-mix

About the track:
Production and mix was done by us. Lyrics and vocal by our friend, singer/songwriter Dave McKendry a.k.a. Passive Elephants. Mastering was done by Concordia Recordings.
It's a warm and lush track. Dave did an awesome job on the vocals which we recorded in one session.

Please let us know what you think about our track!
as always feedback 4 feedback if requested

best regards,
Clemens and Simon
a.k.a. un

Our soundcloud profil:
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848 posts since 12 Jun, 2006, from Birmingham, UK
Enjoyed listening to it...great vibe throughout...shades of Air, Leftfield, Apollo 440, Underworld, Zero 7 etc.

Production worked for issues at all apart from maybe a slight 'hole' in the very centre of the sound stage?

The only thing I wanted that wasn't there was a distinct contrasting help lift the move back into that main theme at the end.
Mark Taylor
Chameleon Music
10 posts since 3 Oct, 2017
Thanks Cham Music

Funny that you mention these bands, because when we produced the track we hadn't had them in mind at all :)

Thanks for the feedback. thats definitely something to watch out for in our next track!

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