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Re: Troye Sivan - "My My My" (Oscar Görres)
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Re: Troye Sivan - "My My My" (Oscar Görres)
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Re: Troye Sivan - "My My My" (Oscar Görres)
« Reply #32 on: April 01, 2020, 09:03:30 PM »
And I liked it..

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Re: Troye Sivan - "My My My" (Oscar Görres)
« Reply #33 on: April 02, 2020, 04:01:20 PM »
Oscar really shows off with those production elements in the end.

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Re: Troye Sivan - "My My My" (Oscar Görres)
« Reply #34 on: April 02, 2020, 05:14:11 PM »
Oscar really shows off with those production elements in the end.

Reminds me of a move made by Ilya, where he shows off at the end of Ariana Grande's Bad Idea.

The sounds are totally different, don't get me wrong. They just make a similar artistic choice.
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Re: Troye Sivan - "My My My" (Oscar Görres)
« Reply #35 on: April 03, 2020, 03:53:21 AM »
Well, it's not that different to me.

Travis Scott did it recently on Sicko Mode, which are basically 4 beats in one piece of music.

And Oscar can't help about showing his jazz influences, same thing with the Allie X album.

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Re: Troye Sivan - "My My My" (Oscar Görres)
« Reply #36 on: April 03, 2020, 04:04:54 PM »
j.fco.morales. I'm trying to understand what you are trying to say about Travis Scott Sicko Mode, but I'm not really sure if I understand you clearly.
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Re: Troye Sivan - "My My My" (Oscar Görres)
« Reply #37 on: April 03, 2020, 05:49:58 PM »
Well, it's not that different to me.

Travis Scott did it recently on Sicko Mode, which are basically 4 beats in one piece of music.

And Oscar can't help about showing his jazz influences, same thing with the Allie X album.
I hope this becomes a future trend for producers to have more instrumental breaks in their music. Mostly in songs today, it's all busy with the vocals but having a chance to groove to the surrounding music is just like having a cigarette break on your lunch shift at work. Lets you enjoy what they created even more, take the saxophone solo at the end of "In Your Eyes" by The Weeknd for example.
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Re: Troye Sivan - "My My My" (Oscar Görres)
« Reply #38 on: April 03, 2020, 06:23:42 PM »
j.fco.morales. I'm trying to understand what you are trying to say about Travis Scott Sicko Mode, but I'm not really sure if I understand you clearly.

Artists are taking risks in terms of structure: that's why I put the Sicko Mode example.

Bad Bunny did it many times and now one of those compositions is trending on Latin America with no promotion, it's like a reggaeton megamix.


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Re: Troye Sivan - "My My My" (Oscar Görres)
« Reply #39 on: April 09, 2020, 12:23:02 AM »
I hope this becomes a future trend for producers to have more instrumental breaks in their music. Mostly in songs today, it's all busy with the vocals but having a chance to groove to the surrounding music is just like having a cigarette break on your lunch shift at work. Lets you enjoy what they created even more, take the saxophone solo at the end of "In Your Eyes" by The Weeknd for example.

couldn't agree more with this. Instrumental breaks, especially at the end to close out a song are so fantastic and just make you jive out

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Re: Troye Sivan - "My My My" (Oscar Görres)
« Reply #40 on: April 10, 2020, 11:33:06 PM »
I hope this becomes a future trend for producers to have more instrumental breaks in their music. Mostly in songs today, it's all busy with the vocals but having a chance to groove to the surrounding music is just like having a cigarette break on your lunch shift at work. Lets you enjoy what they created even more, take the saxophone solo at the end of "In Your Eyes" by The Weeknd for example.

Yes, let pop fill that in. Otherwise those EDM guys might be coming back to the charts to do it, but they are already done :-X Calvin Harris 2012 and 2014 album singles also capitalized on this "need"  - that the listener seems to have at times - perfectly. For me, personally, those instrumental moments give my imagination a kind of free role to go wherever it wants. With lyrics there are boundaries.
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Re: Troye Sivan - "My My My" (Oscar Görres)
« Reply #41 on: April 10, 2020, 11:45:34 PM »
Artists are taking risks in terms of structure: that's why I put the Sicko Mode example.

Bad Bunny did it many times and now one of those compositions is trending on Latin America with no promotion, it's like a reggaeton megamix.

Yes, but you are refering to Sicko mode, which is a rap song. In that field you are dealing with a whole other level of attention that you have to control in a different way than a pop song, so it isn't the right example. And to be trending in latin america? Come on, we are on a Cheiron forum, it's all about billboard ;D

Ethnic markets (no offense, but that's how the charts guru Guy Zapoleon refers to it) are not of primary interest for record labels. The record labels recently made a bald move, however, with Beyonce's song brown skin girl to conquer Africa, but it didn't work as well as I suppose they had hoped for. I followed the charts for that song in Nigeria. It's a very intelligently, executed, good song (albeit with a touch of racial priding). But average songs (which had more of that 'ethnic color') were doing much better. But hey, i'm going too much off topic now.
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Re: Troye Sivan - "My My My" (Oscar Görres)
« Reply #42 on: April 14, 2020, 03:51:52 AM »
Yes, but you are refering to Sicko mode, which is a rap song. In that field you are dealing with a whole other level of attention that you have to control in a different way than a pop song, so it isn't the right example. And to be trending in latin america? Come on, we are on a Cheiron forum, it's all about billboard ;D

What? Are you kidding? It's about the music, come on.

Ethnic markets (no offense, but that's how the charts guru Guy Zapoleon refers to it) are not of primary interest for record labels. The record labels recently made a bald move, however, with Beyonce's song brown skin girl to conquer Africa, but it didn't work as well as I suppose they had hoped for. I followed the charts for that song in Nigeria. It's a very intelligently, executed, good song (albeit with a touch of racial priding). But average songs (which had more of that 'ethnic color') were doing much better. But hey, i'm going too much off topic now.

Does anyone care about "record label interests"? And looks like Beyoncé doesn't care about selling records since 2013.
She doesn't need to and she proves it doing what she's been doing since her self titled album in 2013.

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Re: Troye Sivan - "My My My" (Oscar Görres)
« Reply #43 on: August 07, 2020, 06:47:05 AM »
This is gold. "Rager teenager!" another new song off his EP.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1pGPgQPAG8

Another alt banger with OZGO, amazing production, a little dark but so fun. Love this direction Troye has been going in. My favorite so far from him.

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Re: Troye Sivan - "My My My" (Oscar Görres)
« Reply #44 on: September 02, 2021, 07:45:09 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfpNwJVMmvw

Troye Sivan "Easy" Voice Note

Troye is with Oscar Gorres writing the song. You can hear Oscar on the background making notes about the song. It's included on the UK vynil of In A Dream.