Posted 2020-02-28, evaluated by Liontamer
As excited as I was to see Malcos on Shonen ReMix Jump!, every new Radiowar (Alex H.) mix is also something I look forward to - this chill, progressive house jam on the ending theme from Duel Transer again living up to the anticipation:
"This one went through a couple iterations. Toyed with a drum-n-bass approach as well as a more uptempo, groovy house approach, before settling on this kinda tranquil, atmospheric, progressive house vibe. Was particularly inspired by the organic sound of artists like Tontario, Lycoriscoris, and Hosini whose style I describe in my head as "woodland house." It makes me think of walking through trails and forests on winter nights."
Alex has a fantastic ear for ambient/atmospheric elements, and writes arrangements which smartly highlight them; that oversimplifies it a bit, though, because he really elevates that particular approach to an art form. This is a "progressive" house mix in every sense, as things develop from a minimalist ambient pulse to something a good bit more infectious & more recognizably EDM; that transformation & expansion are mesmerizing and really creat a chill, open vibe. Album director WiFiSunset writes:
Larry was under the weather & about to crash, but offered the following:
"Radiowar's arrangement was very smart; very clever, low-key referencing of the source throughout."
Short but sweet :) Alex makes smart/clever arranging very approachable, and always hits the sound design spot on; textures, depth, & environment consistently resonate with compositional elements (and vice versa). Awesome, immersive addition to the album - highly recommended!
on 2020-03-08 17:09:57
Ohhh, I'm always excited for some Radiowar stuff! Did not disappoint as always 3
on 2020-03-02 15:24:54
I don't know the original, but this has such a great, churning build to it. Great mixing, too.
on 2020-03-01 11:42:33
thanks for the kind words everyone, so cool to see this get a post. just wanted to drop a fun little easter egg which i haven't seen anyone pick up on yet: in the intro there's a shoutout to the credits music from conkers bad fur day, a tune i've been wanting to do a remix of for yeeeeears
on 2020-02-29 11:43:38
The arrangement is very moody... there's a palpable level of tension despite the overall arrangement being so chilled out. It's a perfect combination for a progressive house song. This joins a long list of Radiowar arrangements that I will undoubtedly continue to listen to for years to come. Love it!!
on 2020-02-29 05:07:19
Radiowar's ReMixes are definitely something I always check out. His ear for texture and atmosphere results in moods that speak to me. This mix is a wonderful slow-burner, with a beat that propels forward through a contemplative musical soundscape. This very comforting kind of music for me!
on 2020-02-26 14:51:50
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Sources Arranged (1 Song)
- Primary Game:
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's: Duel Transer (Konami, 2010, WII)
Music by Seiichi Takamoto, Tatsuya Fujiwara
- Ambient, EDM, House
- Chill, Mellow
- Electric Piano, Electronic, Piano, Synth
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