5/5/2017 0 Comments
Hey Everybody! How's it going? Hope you all are awesomely well! More BRAND NEW MUSIC for you all today! This original composition inspired by the 1998 film starring Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan, "A Night at the Roxbury", along with Skrillex, Deadmau5, The Chainsmokers, Martin Garrix, Zedd, and the techno, house, and dance music of the 90's. This piece was born of my need and want for something with a little more bounce, a little more pep. I wanted put together a real total party track, and I think I've achieved that. Another real inspiration for this composition was the 1993 Haddaway smash hit, "What is Love?" It's a real bouncy, dance feel to it, something you would've heard in the clubs and on the radio in the early to mid 90's. One of my favourite parts to this instrumental is the drum kit. It's separated in several parts, but it all fits together REALLY well!
It has that rough, sort of sandpaper sound and beat. I used several house music type elements in the creation of this piece. The drums just seem to give the composition a breath of fresh air and bring it to life! The synthesizer parts are written and performed using a house music bass, a new wave lead, and what is called "Neon Koto", which sounds a bit like something space age, outer space, and Star Trek like. It's one of the first piece I composed for an album that I have since shelved. I came across it again not too long ago and decided to release it as a single track. So I hope you all have fun with this piece, I hope you all dance to this piece, jam out, and just get on the floor no matter where you are and have the time of your lives.
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Hi there! My name is Leigh Dickey. I am an Entertainer, Host, Speaker, Voice Over Artist, and Producer who has been delighting audiences since 1995. I have extensive experience in both the radio and television industries, as well. Welcome to my blog. Here you will find personal stories from my life, my career, and pretty much anything that comes across my mind. Thanks for stopping by.