With progressive house-esque chords, moombahton-esque wonky synth hooks, a dubstep-esque chilled halftime verse, and even a trap-esque booty bass section, Humour is completely unclassifiable - let's just call it dance music. This track is all about ridiculouslness and humour - solemnity, on the other hand, what is the point of it?
Every single dollar helps me continue to make music. Get recognised for supporting an independent, up&coming artist and for showing you value the hundreds of hours of love and hustle that go into every track.
But even if you download for free, I really appreciate you listening to my music and sharing it with friends who might like it, that's pretty damn cool.
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I strive to make music that's not only danceable (bangin', wild, groovin', fun) and consumable (lots of different people might like it) but also artistic (unique, eclectic, beautiful), soulful (emotive, passionate, special), and especially: classy (subtle, clever, complex - smart and sexy). How am I doing?
I grew up in Los Angeles with a piano, a computer, and an ocean view. Currently, I'm 19 and in my first year at a small college near San Francisco. I also write weekly track analyses and album reviews at djz.com.
I live in an obscenely busy dichotomy between school and music and f☺cking love it.