DTS remixes Aesop
2012-12-10 by Jacob Royal STAFF | 18 Comments
Zavala, producer from hip-hop duo Dark Time Sunshine, has remixed Aesop Rock's track "Cycles to Gehenna." The remix brings Aesop's motorcycle confessions into a new light, and fans of either artist should check out the tune here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=fO-MnHf_eTI#!
Tagged: Aesop Rock

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Omaha
Staff Reviewer
December 10th 2012
10387 Comments


AND IT'S SO GOOD :')

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elephantREVOLUTION
December 10th 2012
2804 Comments


gotta love zavala

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elephantREVOLUTION
December 10th 2012
2804 Comments


download: https://soundcloud.com/rhymesayers/aesop-rock-cycles-to-gehenna-1

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
December 10th 2012
10387 Comments


Definitely. I wish he made more music so i could go 5 all of it!

EaglesBecomeVultures
December 10th 2012
5299 Comments


Meh

trytorememberforget
December 10th 2012
66 Comments


thought "Design the Skyline" when i first saw the abbreviation

thejared
December 10th 2012
217 Comments


This sounds nothing like Design the Skyline. I am perturbed.

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
December 10th 2012
24165 Comments


this is pretty cool, but Zavala's beats don't really work that well with Aesop's flow, in my opinion.

I like it, but it sounds forced.

daIceman
December 10th 2012
412 Comments


original Aesop Beat fits better a lot for me

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
December 10th 2012
10387 Comments


Aids, I can see what you mean. It's a really cool idea, at least.

And I much prefer Aesop's vocals than Onry's, so I'm a sucker for this one.

Detective Dan
December 10th 2012
170 Comments


This is not very good at all. It sounds like some guy put a random beat under an Aesop track. Doesn't work.

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
December 10th 2012
10387 Comments


That's basically what these types of remixes are like, though. It's like Aesop's lyrics are instead channeled into a DTS track, with different vibes, and I think it works really well.

Aids
Contributing Reviewer
December 10th 2012
24165 Comments


I see what Detective Dan is saying. When I started the video, I was gonna post something like that because, especially in the first 30 seconds or so, it just doesn't work at all. It starts sounding better towards the end, but overall, I'd much rather just listen to Aesop's or DTS's original work.

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
December 10th 2012
10387 Comments


Fair enough. I enjoy hearing it as an experiment, but they definitely do their own thing well when they're on their own.

GingerJesus
December 10th 2012
79 Comments


Came here expecting Design the Skyline.

Makemebad35
December 10th 2012
770 Comments


Original beat is great but this is pretty damn good too.

Omaha
Staff Reviewer
December 11th 2012
10387 Comments


"Came here expecting Design the Skyline."

Sorry to let all of you down, maybe you'll get lucky next time

daIceman
December 11th 2012
412 Comments


Aesop is my favourite hip-hop artist but he doesn't sound great with DTS... both on Vessel and ANX, songs with him are by far my least favourite, I think it's becasue the beats he doesn't feel right over Zavala production



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