Dylan Matthew : To be honest I hated it at first because it's the typical bland future bass track, but after a few chill nights and some blunts I'm not as edgy as you say smh I realised how good it is. Topi and Flite actually made it to my favourite, eventhough I'm not a fan of DnBs. This tracks fits well that description. While we're at it, here's Heaven Let Us Down, you bastards. As I was saying, how's that for an uncaged album?.
And theres a lot of dubstep tracks, which I have not listened a while in Monstercat. The softer Slippy fits the track so well. Returning to me: After all of that I realised that I was hooked by Monstercat so, with Reach by Grant Bowtie, I started to follow the label release by release. And yeah, np for the help. Then I listened to Best of Electro Vol. Harry Shotta : I love hip hop more than the actual trap; I'm referring vocally obv, now it's too much instrumental-influenced so I'm not going to talk about Harry's vocals.
Grabbitz it back, but for real this time. My surprise was that a lot of my friends liked it they don't follow Monstercat now as close as I do tho. I was so hyped that I recommended nearly everyone to sign in the campaign. Make more like this man, please. And here's harry shotta in a song. At first I was worried because I expected something harder from Fox I didn't listen to the previews , but after a few listens I was dancing and singing it.
With 020 Monstercat closed an amazing year, specially the last two weeks of the year, when they had releases for every weekday repeating the formula for 025 and 2015. How's that for a- oh wait, puppet is back. Here's something that'll blow your mind. The track is superb tho. Park Avenue : The best of the compilation by far.
Koda : Amazed me at the first listen. Please, do more of this in the future man. That's were I wanted to arrive with my story, to explain how this part of 2017 makes me remember 2014 and its consequent nostalgia. Out of 30 I only disliked 3 of them. Meanwhile, as I didn't know how Monstercat worked, I used to check Spotify regularly for new compilations, that's how I got to listen to 013, 014 and 015. Note 1: Remember that all of this is my opinion, so I won't discuss about if you agree with me or not.
Like, here's a crap ton of new artists to start you off with. Seven minutes felt too short for the track. Here's a collab between slander and kayzo. Have some new artists on top of that. Micah Martin : I know it's nearly 4 minutes but I hope it was longer. Kinda dissappointed that Grant didn't make it to this album.
I've been a huge Monstercat fan since I discovered Gravity by Stereotronique on Spotify back in summer '13. It got an album rating of 5. With some 7+ minute prog house. The combination of hard-hitting drops and melodic ones makes the track one of the best this year. Dylan Matthew : Same as Let's Get Crunk, but oh boy, Dylan is amazing if you haven't, it's seriously good. Koda's vocals are amazing as always and this drop fits better than the neurofunk one imo got to listen to the preview after the final version and I was glad that they changed it. LeyeT : One of the best recent additions to the label, I hope it isn't a one-off.
I had a lot of mix reviews in this one. The extended mix is divine. My fav was Time by Snavs and the compilation was 025 —yeah, 022 was all-genre by Monstercat standards but it could have been a lot better—. Karra : Genesis is one of the best track's of the year and Who I Am is the best from it after So Much Love. I love how he's experimenting outside future bass. I would kill for a 30 min extended mix, no joke. Prob the most I've ever disliked in an album.
Now talking seriously, Dylan's vocals are astonishing and maybe the drop it isn't amazing but overall the track is perfect for chill moments. . . . . . .