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ZY & Amanojaku – Womtek Julla

Free Music |  | August 29, 2013 | Released by  | Posted by Basilisk

ZY & Amanojaku – Womtek Julla
01 - ZY - Womtek Julla (156 BPM)
02 - Amanojaku - There's 2 Ways (158 BPM)
03 - Amanojaku - Signal Of Luv (165 BPM)
04 - ZY - SoƱando Con Xilitla (168 BPM)

Anomalistic Records is proud to present the debut release from ZY & Amanojaku with Womtek Julla (free mind). This release contains four songs which express the way the artist sees this weird and strange life and the world we live in. This delightful story features powerful arrangements and intense melodic scenes mixed with energetic bass lines and enchanting grooves. Mastered by ZY & Amanojaku with artwork by Azael Valle.

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  • xs says:

    Hey! i wasn’t know i was loving Darkpsy/ Psycore ;)

    Nice music <3

    Tanks a lot :)

  • freSh4k4feLi says:

    3 track begin… <222

  • Evan says:

    This is really good. Thanks for the free EP. Definitely hope to hear more from these guys in the future.

  • Nymphomania says:

    There’s a lot of energy and creativity behind this, but way it’s mastered it clips a little, especially in the interludes, and there a few too many parts where the bass drops out, glitches ensue or the last beat repeats 4 times and then the bass drops back in, giving it a kind of ‘stop start’ quality that undermines momentum.

    there’s a lot of frantic sounding high pitched leads that are a bit harsh on the ears, with that chromatic ‘computer going haywire’ sound, hitting you with a barrage of a lot of dissonant notes.

    Overall i might have liked it better if they pulled a few elements back and had more graceful and less scatterbrained song progressions / track structures. the last track has a fantastic melody, but seems to integrate it fairly awkwardly with samples and rhythms.


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