Posted 2008-06-02, evaluated by djpretzel
So, Joshua Morse is pretty awesome. Just last week my girlfriend Anna, who listens to mixes randomly once in awhile, expressed her love for 'Dan's Ice Cream Truck,' with po!, and I gotta agree. Mr. Morse recently celebrated a birthday, so wish him some belated happy Bs if you seem him. We mentioned his Ragnarok Online project back when his last mix, a collab w/ Anthony Lofton, was posted, and now we've got one of its tracks (originally 'Hamatan') being posted as our first ReMix from the game's soundtrack. And what do you know? It's great.
It's also somewhat different from jm's motif, although stylistically most his key ingredients - tight sequencing, smooth production, excellent soloing, and an overall impeccable sense of rhythm & funk - are here. Things get an Asian/Middle Eastern infusion here, though, with sitar and ensemble strings favoring ethnic intonations whilst bass, drums, EP and synth stick to relatively traditional jazz voicings; it's a nice juxtaposition, and works quite well. The bassline here is ridiculously huge and funky and always doing something interesting, and there's tons of little details in the breaks and transitions to listen for. Not much else to say, really; this game clearly has a badass soundtrack that's had particular appeal to a talented mixer, and he's done a great job putting together an album that pays it homage. Be sure to check out Ragnarok Online: Hybridism for more - you won't regret it, whether you're an RO nut or not.
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Electronic, Strings, Synth
- Regional > World
- 6,737,762 bytes
- Size: 6,737,762 bytes
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