Whelk Then

Album: W:/2016ALBUM/ (2016)


  • Deadmau5 told Rolling Stone he likes this track apart from one aspect of it:

    "The only thing I don't like about it is the low-end frequency," he said. "There's a kick drum in there, believe it or not. If you listen to it on headphones, you hear an absence of a kick drum because it's so 40-to-60 hertz, which is really hard to replicate on something that's not a large PA or huge monitoring system. If you've got a little subwoofer, you'll probably hear it, but if you listen to it on a small device it's not even there. Sonically, it's cool in that way."


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