Posted 2011-09-26, evaluated by djpretzel
Before OMFG! there was OMF; it's been awhile, but dynamic duo DigiE (Maurice Willems & Sanjay Sampatsing) are BACK with another pumping electronica arrangement:
"We've always wanted to come back to OMF, but somehow our previous attempts never took flight. We've tried for years to pay homage to the one thing that got us started (on OCR especially, that was a big moment for us in 2004). The menu theme seemed like the perfect place to start, untapped potential for us to see if we could do something with that amazing theme. Somewhere along in the mix, we ended up back to that very same power-plant theme that got us started, too. That was a marking moment for us that we knew this song was gonna work out. The main inspiration behind it really was to just try and make it as powerful sounding as the originals, something we always felt we didn't quite hit home with in 2004.
The last few years have been a really big ride for us personally, growing and trying to improve our musician skills, and in no small part thanks to OCR and the wonderful feedback we got from the judges when things didn't quite work out. Consider this our thanks, our homage to both you guys for being awesome and Kenny Chou for a fantastic soundtrack for a brawler we played a lot back in high school, and we really hope you'll like the remix!"
Aww, shucks :) Very heartfelt & legitimately inspiring submission email, there, and happily the mix backs it all up with six minutes of undulating offbeat bass, piston-firing percussion, gated trance hooks, and filtered/modulated synth riffs aplenty. A lot of these elements are staple foods of the genre, and might not have the edge & aggressiveness of the newer electro and dubstep aesthetics, but they still work - all the moreso when they're in capable hands, better still when it's TWO sets of capable hands. 360 seconds is a big space to fill without meandering into repetitititionville, but Maurice & Sanjay keep it fresh and manage dynamics & builds so the energy is maintained throughout. Excellent stuff from DigiE, who return to their roots, fall for Kenny Chow's infectious score all over again, and deliver some pulse-pounding mixage!
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Sources Arranged (2 Songs)
- Primary Game:
One Must Fall 2097 (Epic Games, 1994, DOS)
Music by Kenny Chow
- Electronic, Synth
- 4,660,320 bytes
- Size: 4,660,320 bytes
- MD5 Checksum: 4cc3ff48ed59bb03ac76491bb6d45b38
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