Incubite - Toxicum
Electro, Industrial Incubite is pretty new to the scene and this is his first release 'Toxicum' it's an album that would be put next to artist like [x]-Rx and SAM (even thought it's more [x]-Rx than SAM). The style is instrumental industrial which is based on different samples from movies and series, all without any vocals what so ever.

I have a bit of a problem with instrumental acts if they aren't really talented and make unpredictable or funny tracks that you can actually relate to. To be honest this kind of music isn't really for me, because I really like vocals and think that they bring the music forward.

This kind of music isn't really bad if well produced and Incubite is really well produced and it's made for dance floors which is easy to understand. It is nothing I would put into my CD player at home and listen to. It would probably work out well at the gym, while running or working out.

I can listen to a few tracks for a couple of minutes but then I get bored because it feels a bit repetitive. There are a few tracks that actually stand out from the rest and those are ?King of Beats? and ?Toxicum? and this is where I have to take back my comment about this being 100% instrumental, since this track actually have some vocals and this is probably why I like it better than a lot of the other tracks.

Incubite is on a good way, but if he wants to broaden his public and expand his fan base I would suggest going with some more English based vocal samples and maybe do a bit more of variety on his tracks.
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Incubite - Toxicum

6.0
"Alright"
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Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2011 by ProNoize
Incubite is pretty new to the scene and this is his first release 'Toxicum' it's an album that would be put next to artist like [x]-Rx and SAM (even thought it's more [x]-Rx than SAM). The style is instrumental industrial which is based on different samples from movies and series, all without any vocals what so ever.

I have a bit of a problem with instrumental acts if they aren't really talented and make unpredictable or funny tracks that you can actually relate to. To be honest this kind of music isn't really for me, because I really like vocals and think that they bring the music forward.

This kind of music isn't really bad if well produced and Incubite is really well produced and it's made for dance floors which is easy to understand. It is nothing I would put into my CD player at home and listen to. It would probably work out well at the gym, while running or working out.

I can listen to a few tracks for a couple of minutes but then I get bored because it feels a bit repetitive. There are a few tracks that actually stand out from the rest and those are ?King of Beats? and ?Toxicum? and this is where I have to take back my comment about this being 100% instrumental, since this track actually have some vocals and this is probably why I like it better than a lot of the other tracks.

Incubite is on a good way, but if he wants to broaden his public and expand his fan base I would suggest going with some more English based vocal samples and maybe do a bit more of variety on his tracks.
Mar 07 2011

Fredrik Croona

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