Dough n Batter

This unique soulful and uplifting tech-experimental DnB mix was created in it's entirety in 4 to 5 hours during a particularly sad time. Escaping to the studio to make some music, but first checking out some new releases I discovered one of my artists had remixed a drum & bass track. Up until that point I hadn't a single dnb track and was not a big fan of the genre, but I appreciated the beauty of this particular track in the state I was in. So I researched the remixed artist and found he had a couple more I liked. Branching out to artists he had remixed and vice-versa, scoping the labels and their other artists I had found 36 drum & bass tracks that I thought we're interesting and beautiful and at this point was feeling a little better. So I listened to them all and organized them and thought "I wonder if I can mix this stuff." I powered up my gear hit record and mixed all 36 tracks from start to finish. I felt great. The genre that I didn't even know I liked has snapped me out of my bad day and to commemorate the occasion I mastered it to share with the world and to have an explanation to my friends as to why I disappeared for an entire Friday evening. I created a pseudonym based on a funny situation that had recently occurred and "Huge Metal Bowl" was born. This mix is a testament to opening ones eyes for it relates the tale of how a mood and your experiences can change the way you perceive anything. Music, people, hopes and dreams. The genre I thought I didn't like is now the cd I put on when I wish to lift my spirits. Do not let your experiences cloud your beautiful mind to the truth. Love always and be free to experience the best life has to offer.

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