The perfect track to kick off an album with. . Stream all of it below. Kill the Noise gives us more bang for our buck with this one. You come to expect that when it comes to so many collaborators like Feed Me I Do Coke , Dillon Francis Dolphin on Wheels and Awolnation All In My Head. Some deep thoughts and heavy bass and sick breaks… I have to give the guy credit for keeping it short and to the point. For me, it's all about the beat.
Feed Me The fact that I love Feed Me made me happy to hear this one. A lot of the same samples you heard on the track from his previous release. Follow Jake Stanczak aka on social media or have a conversation with him in person, and be prepared to stumble into a world of impassioned opinions, profound assessments, and sometimes polarizing vociferations. Stalking Gia The token ballad… with the melodic girl voice. Overall a nice driving, bouncy track. One of the things the Cannabinoid staff is going to be doing regularly is making recommendations on music.
Bryn Christopher Really cool break from the first 2 tracks here. But you see that it brings the album to life and really just keeps you on your toes. A lot of work went into this album, and it shows. I make my own tracks and singles like this motivate me. We will always try to include samples of the music or a place you can purchase it.
I could live without the Explicit lyrics, but I don't pay that much attention to them anyway. Absolutely amazing album that has so many different vibes and genres it picks at and most definitely not in a bad way. The sounds are as genuine as his Twitter feed. Congratulations on a top notch debut record, Jake. Starts with a melodic hook and then breaks into those gigantic almost organ sounding bass chords. The way we are going to do this is by reviewing albums we love or in some cases hate and sharing them with the Cannabinoid community. While many public figures parade around this way as a sensational façade, the sentiments that Stanczak broadcasts are not a gimmick.
It starts out with a pretty straight house type beat and then near the end he really starts to cut it up with bass drops and different breaks. The best way to describe is electrovibe… just a giant electrovibe sounding wall of sound during the bass drops here. A much more break driven track, upbeat and danceable that breaks down into a really killer trappy thing. . . . .
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