I've been noticing that a lot of DJ's/Producers/Beat Makers that I follow on SoundCloud are doing something really cool with their beats; they're incorporating dialogue from movies into their music. I don't know how other listeners feel about this incorporation, but I'm totally digging it. I know it's not something new that they're doing, but I've noticed that more and more of the people I do follow on SoundCloud are adding it into their tunes. If you have no idea what I'm talking about then here's a track that Toro y Moi recently came out with as a prime example of adding movie dialogue to their beats -
TORO Y MOI - WANT FT WASHED OUT
If you clicked on the link and listened to the full track you would have noticed that half way through there was an argument between a man and a woman, if you recognized the argument you would have known that it was taken from the movie - The NoteBook. I think it's tricky when it comes to adding movie dialogue to beats, it has to be just right and blend well with the music. Toro y Moi definitely did this well when it comes to this track.
Another track that dropped on SoundCloud this past week is GRiZ - Feeling High ft Eric Bloom. GRiZ blends in dialogue from the movie The Interview, perfectly into his track.
GRIZ - FEELING HIGH FT ERIC BLOOM
When it comes to DJs and producers doing this sort of thing with their music, I prefer when they add in a dialogue from an old 60s and 70s movie. Here's one track that's been on repeat, Saen - Im in love with you.
SAEN - IM IN LOVE WITH YOU
Saen added in a dialogue from the classic movie Breakfast at Tiffany's, and I think it makes the track that much better.
What do you guys think about these tracks or about more DJ's and producers adding more movie dialogues to their track? Let me know your thoughts by messaging me on my SoundCloud page.
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