Part of what makes the music of Martin Damm interesting is his versatility. The tracks coming from his studio, Biosfear, stylistically stretch over the whole area of electronic dance music - going from power acid to breakcore, from drum and bass to happy gabber, from straight techno to dubby trip-hop. Fans will rave about the squiggly 303 programming, the bouncy kick-drums and clattering break-beats, the powerful and dense yet transparent overall sound, the wonderfully witty combinations and structures, the overwhelming wealth of amazing sound ideas and little melodies, and last not least the cynically cheesy organs and shameless sampling.
Edited by Darthemed on 18 May 2013, 17:41
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