Gammer
Gammer (real name Matt Lee) is a UK hardcore DJ and producer. Gammer made his first appearance in the Hardcore scene during 2002 and since he has gone on to be a very successful and prolific producer, being best known for his extensive discography on the revamped Essential Platinum label. A large proportion of his tracks on the label are collaborations with the label's founder Dougal, though he has also had solo releases on his own label, Muffin Music.
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Gammer
Gammer (real name Matt Lee) is a UK hardcore DJ and producer. Gammer made his first appearance in the Hardcore scene during 2002 and since he has gone on to be a very successful and prolific producer, being best known for his extensive discography on the revamped Essential Platinum label. A large proportion of his tracks on the label are collaborations with the label's founder Dougal, though he has also had solo releases on his own label, Muffin Music.
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Fusion
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I Will Fight Back
This is a DnB track I made for a podcast that I was doing called "The Diamoria Chronicles" but the podcast name will be changed to "Make Missouri Rave Again" later on. I named this track I will fight back because the melody sounds pretty epic, something that sounds like it would be played at Liquicity festival. The podcast was supposed to be about my life and childhood which in the 5th episode does change topic quite a bit because I quit talking about my traumatizing childhood with country people before I moved to EDM and then I go straight to talking about the EDM scene here in the Ozarks and that we should have a festival like Liquicity but feature all types of EDM from many smaller independent artists. I also hope that my future record label and festival Ozark Bass Festival and Ozark Bass Factory comes to life. I don't know if this slaps to you, but it slapped when I made this track.more
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High Voltage
When I first started getting into the dark synth genre I told myself what could be darker than electronic music. Then I asked myself what's darker than electronic music...And Then! I had an idea! Recently I've been getting into a lot of electronic dance music and listening to a lot of dubstep as well. In the past couple of months I challenged myself to create something new, something you don't hear everyday. We always hear this really happy and emotional music on the radio and it gets annoying because the industry prides itself more upon chord progression rather than how it makes someone feel. Music is supposed to be freedom to express yourself. So anyways I started listening to a lot of REZZ and for those of you who know, you know :D REZZ makes a lot of spacy techno music which in turns is labeled as electronic downtempo or more commonly EDM. What spoke to me was her heavy basslines that didn't just make me head bang but also made me enjoy the energy it gave off. So I decided to go with that concept. When I started making the song it was a whirlwind of stuff. I was stuck in between parts 2:17 and 3:11. making that crispy wobble was a tough challenge because I wanted to compress the sound on the high bands to give off a lower raspy sound almost like a blown speaker which I immediately thought about Skrillex. I'll explain it all in my upcoming Insider Post. The soundtrack was meant to be dark but also give you a sort of chill but also bouncy mood. Essentially this project was random at the time and I only really started working on it after I finished finalizing "Underwater Bitz". The song hits hard in my opinion but I'll let you guys decide what you think. Personally I see this as an improvement since my work back 3 years ago. I hope you guys enjoy this release and don't forget to check me out on Spotify and Apple Music. The Music Video comes out later tomorrow. -Teckmo-Xmore
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