Bedroom EDM producer, college boy, party animal and supporter of underrated audio artists. If you have a commission, want to collaborate or would like your track reviewed feel free to send me a PM!
Joined on 5/13/08
Posted by Oakwood - September 10th, 2011
Posted by Oakwood - September 6th, 2011
Okay, soooo, school has started, and I'm in my final year, which means my music production will go WAY downwards as the year progressess. After that, all hell will porbably break loose. I'm think about taking a DJ course because I think it's awesome and I could do it as a job during my study.
I've been contacted by a German label called Orange Stripes, and they now see me as a scouted talent, which basically means that fi they have no releases planned, there's a chance they'll ask me to do a release. Keep in mind that THEY contacted ME, not the other way around, which is cool because it means they're interested. They contacted me because of my songs Going to Chicago and Overdrive (demos can be found here on NG). I'm wondering where this will go.
I'm starting to claim my artist name on the web, so I created a new Youtube account called liquidoozeaudio, no caps because I think it looks cool. I also signed up to Twitter as LiquidOozeAudio, with caps this time. Some bastard already took LiquidOoze, goddamnit. Either way, you should follow me there for maximun updates and random tweets coming from me. I'm also gonna sign up to MySpace and some other social networks. I'm not sure if I'll sign up to Facebook because I've heard that they claim your music as soon as you upload it.
So far I've put three songs on my new Youtube page, one old one and 2 new ones.
Now that Overdrive is complete, I still have 2 tracks to go for my album. They're both halfway done. At the moment I'm also working on a Skrillex-inspired song and a remix of Tiesto's Maximal Crazy.
That's it, now get out, you who is nobody.
Posted by Oakwood - August 31st, 2011
I finished another track for my album, the demo is on Newgrounds now, this is it: Overdrive. It's a pretty loud electro track and I think it tunred out pretty well. The full version is on Bandcamp for only a dollar.
Yeah, that's it. Cover art for the win:
Posted by Oakwood - August 10th, 2011
It's been a long time since I made a new post,so here is one.
I've been working on my EP 'Stupefaction' for a while now, and already have two demos uploaded to Newgrounds. Full versions can be heard at SoundCloud and can be bought for $0.40 on Bandcamp.
The EP will consist of 7 or 8 songs. Two are done, two are in the mixing fase, three are in the creation fase. I wanna release this before the summer ends. I Hope I'm gonna make it because I'll also have to make a cover and a promo video (I'm not gonna let other people do that).
Next: Deadmau5 revealed an unreleased track in one of his streams. It 's named Deer Bus by the fans, others call it Gnarly or Professional Griefers. Either way, it's an extremely cool song so I remixed it. It's not gonna be on Newgrounds, maybe in the future. Below is the Youtube video, but it's extremely compressed so it's very low quality. Higher quality version can be found on SoundCloud, for full perfect quality you're gonna have to go to Bandcamp and buy it for $0.70.
I'm probably gonna create a new Youtube account for music only and to claim my artist name. I'm also planning to join ReverbNation. God, I'm gonna be so busy...
Posted by Oakwood - June 1st, 2011
So lately I've been spending next to no time on Newgrounds, I'm not sure why. Anyway, here's an update.
Here are the links to my last 2 songs: Erox and Feels Like Boom. Give 'em a listen or three. I've REALLY been working on songs for two months or so, but since I'm really bad at finishing songs, it'll take a while for them to actually see the daylight. IU'm giving my first go at Dubstep, so I'll focus on that track the most.
For some reason my addiction to medals has come to a sudden stop. I have absolutely no idea why, but I just don't feel the urge to collect them anymore. I'm not sure whether I'm sad about this or not, but it does mean that you won't see me medal-grinding anymore.
I signed up to SoundCloud because I want my music to be spread more around the web. Here's the link to my profile. So far I've only submitted a few older songs of mine. I'm also planning to post my WIP's here, since those barely get any apreciation on Newgrounds.
With SoundCloud comes another thing. I recently send a demo track to Spinnin' Records, mostly for getting criticism (since those people know what good music is the most), but also to just try to get my track signed in. I put the demo on SoundCloud, and it is NOT for download (that's a good thing of that site, the ability to disable DL's). You can listen to it here: Stupefaction. I haven't gotten a response from Spinnin' yet, I hope I'll get one soon.
Grent asked me to score a game for him, which I gladly did. I first met Grent when we were in a PO3 team, which fell apart after a while. The game is looking (and sounding) great so far, I'm really excited for the outcome.
That's pretty much it, I guess. Oh yeah, if you play my music in WMP a lot, PLEASE download the Last.fm Scrobbler, this will cranck up my charts on my Last.fm artist profile. Please, it only takes a few seconds.
Now we're done. Here are some links you should check out:
I'm closing this post with a pic I found on the BBS yesterday. I can't hide a laugh everytime I see it. :)
Posted by Oakwood - February 13th, 2011
First of all, I've hauled in 2 more awards because of the following animation I provided the music for. It was made for the first Newgrounds Movie Jam.
It got Daily Feature, Weekly 5th, FP and landed in the top 5 of the month! And that would have never been possible with my fellow teammates, so therefore THANK YOU! :D
Also, I'm totally flabbergasted by the amount of attention my song Ravers in the Nation got because it was used in the movie. As of now I got 20 more reviews and 500 more downloads. It has also been hanging around in the top 10 of Dance songs for a few days now, so I can't be any happier! And I actually got fanmail! :D
However, it's rather stupid that I still can't post to the front page, but I hope to make that happen this year. I've got some sweet plans considering Flash, and I hope to win an award with at least one of them. I still have to put my tablet to use, but I'm pretty sure I'll make it. Someday...
I'm also working on some rather sweet tunes right now, though they're all unfinished. God, I'm so bad at finishing. I still have to upload my first song for 2011. Hopefully it'll happen this month.
Also, I had a SWEEEEEEET idea for Pico Day in mind, but it turns out that I'm in Rome for school on April 30th. Sucks pretty large balls, yeah. I'm gonna have to save my idea for next year.
Well, that's pretty much it. Have fun listening to my tunes! Here's a picture of a milestone: Ravers in the Nation got 100 favorites. B)
Posted by Oakwood - January 29th, 2011
I just joined Last.fm, a pretty big community of music artists and labels. I learned that if I ever wanted to get a job in the music industry I had to start here. I found out somebody already made an artist profile for me, which is pretty cool. Thanks to the one who did this. I quickly claimed the account and started editing it. Look at it here. All the songs I'll upload there will be remastered/extended/edited version of the ones I put here. I MIGHT make some free for download, but most won't. I'll also put some songs there that are not available here. If you want to keep track of me on Last.fm, I'll soon create an RSS blog which you can sign up too. I would be pleased. :)
Also, It has been a while ago, but I created a new song, Rockhard. It's nothing electronic, but more Hard Rock. Please leave some feedback on it.
Since it's been a long time that I've submitted a Flash, I decided to join this month's Movie Jam together with Mark-er (animator), Eddache (VA) and Fifty-50 (artist). I'm gonna score the movie. We're better known as Team Lollercoaster. And eh, we're totally gonna win. :D
Last note: I'll turn 17 on January 31. I'm expecting presents from you all!
Posted by Oakwood - December 5th, 2010
Orright, first of all, I've made another song, Rave this time. It's called Ravers in the Nation.
Other thing: after rightfully marking lots of reviews as abusive, my Whistle Status has finally upgraded to BRONZE! HOORAY!
And now the big news. I just got myself a tablet! It's a Wacom Intuos 4, worth EU225,- (no idea how many dollars that is). Good thing is that I got it from my parents, spares me some money. Now that I have the tablet I can finally pick up some (slightly) abandoned solo projects, including ALC3.
Alst but not least, Fro meda me a Wiki editor a few months ago, and since then I've done nothing but importing medal guides to the Wiki. You should check it out. It has guides that aren't even available at Wylina's blog. Soon Tom will officialy announce the Wiki, but you can already have a sneak peak!