Dirty South Thread

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ggssmm Send private message http://soundcloud.com/guilherme-miranda Post 28 Aug 2013, 03:57

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pow Send private message Post 23 Sep 2013, 13:27



thats whats up!
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hrvoje42 Send private message Post 23 Sep 2013, 17:11

I don't understand why Dirty South is pushing Michael Brun so much, the guy is really nothing special. I'm not talking about his production skills, but just how his songs sound to me, they all sound kinda the same and even worse, none of them have soul... I feel like he said 'Ok, now I'll make a song' and then he made a song, like a music factory, no emotions or anything...
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Watsa Send private message Post 23 Sep 2013, 17:43

hrvoje42 wrote:I don't understand why Dirty South is pushing Michael Brun so much, the guy is really nothing special. I'm not talking about his production skills, but just how his songs sound to me, they all sound kinda the same and even worse, none of them have soul... I feel like he said 'Ok, now I'll make a song' and then he made a song, like a music factory, no emotions or anything...
This EP is one of the best things this year and every track on it is really different from the others lol
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hedz Send private message helderdiniz Post 23 Sep 2013, 18:08

hrvoje42 wrote:I don't understand why Dirty South is pushing Michael Brun so much, the guy is really nothing special. I'm not talking about his production skills, but just how his songs sound to me, they all sound kinda the same and even worse, none of them have soul... I feel like he said 'Ok, now I'll make a song' and then he made a song, like a music factory, no emotions or anything...
His remix of Burn Forever is full of emotion... lol
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hrvoje42 Send private message Post 23 Sep 2013, 18:52

hedz wrote:
hrvoje42 wrote:I don't understand why Dirty South is pushing Michael Brun so much, the guy is really nothing special. I'm not talking about his production skills, but just how his songs sound to me, they all sound kinda the same and even worse, none of them have soul... I feel like he said 'Ok, now I'll make a song' and then he made a song, like a music factory, no emotions or anything...
His remix of Burn Forever is full of emotion... lol
its still very similar to Rift and his Teacup remix for example...
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pow Send private message Post 23 Sep 2013, 19:28

hedz wrote:
hrvoje42 wrote:I don't understand why Dirty South is pushing Michael Brun so much, the guy is really nothing special. I'm not talking about his production skills, but just how his songs sound to me, they all sound kinda the same and even worse, none of them have soul... I feel like he said 'Ok, now I'll make a song' and then he made a song, like a music factory, no emotions or anything...
His remix of Burn Forever is full of emotion... lol
also the Your heart remix.. what a great track.



I agree that he has some sort of similar style but there is still plenty of tracks that are different.. and don't forget all the tracks are done in very similar time.. ofcourse you can't compare him with somebody like axwell.. Brun is still the new kid on the block but a promising act.

He sort of has to make a lot of tracks right now to get his name out there too anyways he is one of the better artists for me this year.. and this EP is really good.
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hedz Send private message helderdiniz Post 23 Sep 2013, 21:09

hrvoje42 wrote:
hedz wrote:
hrvoje42 wrote:I don't understand why Dirty South is pushing Michael Brun so much, the guy is really nothing special. I'm not talking about his production skills, but just how his songs sound to me, they all sound kinda the same and even worse, none of them have soul... I feel like he said 'Ok, now I'll make a song' and then he made a song, like a music factory, no emotions or anything...
His remix of Burn Forever is full of emotion... lol
its still very similar to Rift and his Teacup remix for example...
He make similar but yet so different tracks, that's what got Dragan's attention.
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camheine Send private message Post 24 Sep 2013, 01:27

hrvoje42 wrote:I don't understand why Dirty South is pushing Michael Brun so much, the guy is really nothing special. I'm not talking about his production skills, but just how his songs sound to me, they all sound kinda the same and even worse, none of them have soul... I feel like he said 'Ok, now I'll make a song' and then he made a song, like a music factory, no emotions or anything...
kinda agree with you to be honest, call me controversial, but i honestly reckon if hardwell had done this ep you guys would be slamming it. But that's another topic. I completely get why this guy is where he is, he makes music that appeals to the masses, and whilst i haven't liked many of his songs, the ones i have liked, well, i've liked. :|
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hedz Send private message helderdiniz Post 24 Sep 2013, 08:23

camheine wrote:
hrvoje42 wrote:I don't understand why Dirty South is pushing Michael Brun so much, the guy is really nothing special. I'm not talking about his production skills, but just how his songs sound to me, they all sound kinda the same and even worse, none of them have soul... I feel like he said 'Ok, now I'll make a song' and then he made a song, like a music factory, no emotions or anything...
kinda agree with you to be honest, call me controversial, but i honestly reckon if hardwell had done this ep you guys would be slamming it. But that's another topic. I completely get why this guy is where he is, he makes music that appeals to the masses, and whilst i haven't liked many of his songs, the ones i have liked, well, i've liked. :|
If Hardwell made Halfway I would be highly surprised because its so good. Plus I like Hardwell's Three Triangles and remix for Mark Knight
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oskar Send private message Post 24 Sep 2013, 22:45

This kid is becoming a biggie for me. what an ep, such nice remixes lately. I truly love his input in the scene lately.

+1 dragan for signing him