from bandcamp - My second album, with elements of dubstep, skwee, house, electro and progressive, made with KORG DS10+ and Nanoloop for iPad. Inspired by the work of Henry Homesweet, KODEK, Cheapshot, ???, HarleyLikesMusic, Anthony Seeha and Disasterpeace.
I wrote these songs during a difficult time in my life, a period where I was so angry and depressed that I needed to channel my efforts into something positive. I think that in these songs, you can hear my anger, and at the same time, a hint of the healing process, a positive outlook on life, and the ever important need to never stop partying, no matter how bad things may get. This is about leaving it all on the dancefloor.
A quick note for listeners: you should use a stereo system or headphones that can reproduce the sub-bass spectrum effectively. You've been warned.
Each song on this album is dedicated to someone that, in their own way, inspired and supported me in making this album a reality. Some of them don't even know it, but this album would not have happened without their influence. The dedications are:
Africa - Anthony Seeha
B@$$ J▲|\/| - Scott aka Radio Scotvoid
Act IV - Aleister aka SKGB aka mo0n.t0ne
Variations - Bryan aka bryface
Spectrum - Ricardo aka Ricky Brugal aka Da Pantz
Watch Your Dubstep Version 2 - Yao Wei Yeo
Z-Saber - Jake Allison
Fair Game - Peter aka UncleBibby
Night Drive - James of BR1GHT PR1MATE
Stars - my wife, Claudia
More special thanks:
Eric Byrnes, Sam Mulligan, Geekbeat Le Radio, Brandon Hood, Rutger Muller, HarleyLikesMusic, Jenn De La Vega, Alexander Tregaskis, Disasterpeace, Freque, an0va, Andrew Kilpatrick, Emily K Feder, Marjorie Becker, Iron Curtain, Lydia Marsala
Music by Christian Montoya aka Decktonic
Love & Tonic Records #007
Stars by Decktonic is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License.
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