]> dreamlin.com - review http://www.dreamlin.com/taxonomy/term/1/0 en A review on Bit Mountain at garageband.com http://www.dreamlin.com/node/51 <p>The track itself can me found <a href=http://www.last.fm/music/Dreamlin/_/Bit+Mountain>last fm</a>. Or the 30 seconds at napster: <a href="http://www.napster.com/player/tracks/16055066" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.napster.com/images/buttons/btn_play.gif" border="0" />Bit Mountain</a>.</p> <p>ARTIST: DREAMLIN<br /> SONG: BIT MOUNTAIN<br /> GENRE: ELECTRONIC / POST-ROCK, ALMOST JAZZ<br /> SIMILAR: TRISTEZA, HIM, LUMEN</p> <p>What’s on Bit Mountain? And how does one find transport from these bedrooms, offices, and headphones to its digital silicone-topped peaks. What is the view from above?</p> <p>With virtuous guitar playing and groove, sweet groove DreamLin performs a musical conversation between several elements. With moments of infinite regress time stuttering (where your mind falls in a repetitious hypnotic hole) and interaction of careful guitar, bass, and sequenced drums. It sounds as if there was some post-production editing that offers appeasement to ears bloodied from raucous anticlimaxes. Flow.</p> acid jazz chill out review Tue, 30 May 2006 08:28:43 -0400 A review on Upside Dawn at garageband.com http://www.dreamlin.com/node/48 <p>The track itself can me found <a href=http://www.last.fm/music/Dreamlin/_/upside+dawn>at last.fm</a>. Or the 30 seconds at napster: <a href="http://www.napster.com/player/tracks/16055069" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.napster.com/images/buttons/btn_play.gif" border="0" />Upside dawn</a></p> <p>ARTIST: DREAMLIN<br /> SONG: UPSIDE DAWN<br /> GENRE: ELECTRONIC / TRIP HOP<br /> SIMILAR: E MILES LAND, ST. GERMAIN, PAN-AMERICAN</p> <p>This<br /> piece has chill written all over it. Indeed, a good thing. This piece is «Upside Dawn» (the site says Upside Down, but the codecs say otherwise), a Trip Hop entry from Dreamlin. Nice beats, smooth keys, and cosmic effects all serve you a frothy mug of plain chill.</p> review Thu, 25 May 2006 07:57:30 -0400 Some words on our track Olive. http://www.dreamlin.com/node/47 <p>The track itself can me found <a href=http://www.last.fm/music/Dreamlin/_/olive>at last.fm</a>. Or the 30 seconds at napster: <a href="http://www.napster.com/player/tracks/16055079" target="_blank"><img src="http://www.napster.com/images/buttons/btn_play.gif" border="0" />Olive</a> </p> <h3>@ raw42:</h3> <p>«Olive» Chillout/Lounge<br /> warbling synth line opens this feel good track up. based around melodic synths and fairly frantic percussive based beats its a sure toe tapper.</p> <h3>@ internetdj.com</h3> <p>Its like i got atacked by a conga sqaud.. I dig it.. Its kind like sped up breaky deep house...i truly love it keep up the good work. I give you a ten for outstanding audio quality! </p> acid jazz breaks review Wed, 24 May 2006 14:20:34 -0400 Press http://www.dreamlin.com/press <p><a href="/?q=raw42">The oldest rewiev of our music we could find. From raw42.</a><br /> <a href="/?q=node/48">A review on Upside Dawn at garageband.com</a><br /> <a href="/?q=raves">Interview on Raves.com</a><br /> <a href="/?q=node/25">The text for our gig in Poland.</a><br /> <a href="/?q=node/37">Promo Text in Russian. Version '006</a></p> interview press-release review Sun, 30 Apr 2006 13:18:37 -0400 review @ raw42.com http://www.dreamlin.com/raw42 <p><b>dreamlin<br /> genre: ambient</b></p> <p>dreamlin seems to have been getting a lot of attention lately (and for a while now) for their track the light of the night and for good reason: it's an excellent ambient creation. since its original release, it's been remixed several times and has been followed up with a few other very well put together tracks.<cut></p> <p><b>the light of the night </b>is simply a gorgeous song, with nice crisp trip-hop like drums, smoothly looped acoustic guitar, offbeat background sounds, and scattered samples. it opens well with some wavery guitar and effects and quickly slides into the main guitar line that carries most of the song. soon, a very well done, slightly echoed bassline joins the mix, and the song continues until about 0:50 when the drums and bass fall away leaving a pleasant stretch of ambience. from there, the song continues in much the same manner, alternating between its two previously mentioned states: with and without the drums and bass. finally, everything gradually falls away to leave only the wavering guitar that began the song. the track sounds great, with nice bright, clean sounds and interesting effects throughout, and i wouldn't hesitate to send it straight to the top tracks list if there was only a little more variation worked in. unfortunately, though it never becomes a problem, the listener has heard virtually all of what the five and a half minute song has to offer in the first minute and a half. the drums, though they are very well put together, could especially use some alteration, whether by means of interesting fills, breaks or simply a few slightly modified loops. all in all the light of the night is a great song, but a bit oversimplified in its structure and sound for my tastes. very smooth, and very relaxing.</p> acid jazz chill out review Sun, 30 Apr 2006 13:15:17 -0400