Influential and traditional Strictly Rhythm releases a new tendering from Tristan Garner. The Frenchman that currently is on the ever so rapid rise thanks to his bumpy signature sound is now giving the established sound of his a new touch to render another appearance for his high-end outlet. Featuring vocals from Nuwella Love, whom quite recently installed herself on Defected Records, singing on the tremendous I’m All Yours by Copyright, Avi Elman and Danny J’s What’s The Point single is remixed by the Parisian responsible for remixes of Erick Morillo and Eddie Thoneick’s Stronger, Armin van Buuren’s Feels So Good, Nadia Ali’s Rapture, his take on Right Here Right Now which we exclusively gave away in late May as well as the catchy Bounce single alongside Gregori Klosman.

Avi Elman & Danny J feat. Nuwella – What’s The Point (Tristan Garner Remix) [Strictly Rythm] – Beatport Link

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8 Comments to “Release: Avi Elman & Danny J – What’s The Point (Tristan Garner Remix)”

  • really love the blog and all it’s content, but you need to stop with this ridiculous english.. Ok, you apparently have a good vocabulary but could you please just write like a normal person and not like you’re always trying to sound smart and, oh so, imaginative?

    I think people tend to get lost in the 6-row adjective fests you call sentences. And expressions like ”splash in the digital pond” and ”choon” are just confusing and/or unnecessarily wannabe-deep.

    just trying to help, no hating!

  • Totally agree with the write above. No need to always sound so ”smart”.

  • Well, if I should’ve written just simple English without any sort of metaphors, pretty much all of the texts would come out about the same.. I used to do that a few months back which led to getting critics for it being too simple so there is really no way to please everyone’s senses.. Metaphors help the variation and outcome of the texts to not make them sound so alike.

    I appreciate your try of helping but as this ”bad” way of writing has helped us score an exclusive preview for the Swedish House Mafia and a bunch of other exclusive stuff, it seems to be working better than the ”normal” text structure we were using before.

    I do also believe you would agree with me after reading 6-10 posts each day, all structurized and built upon pretty much the same words and ”easy” writing technique.

    And in case you believe I write these texts to sound smart, you’ve clearly gotten the wrong impression. What we want to bring to the table with these texts is professionalism and a good look.

    To sum it all up, there is no way of pleasing every single person as I’m sure you’re well aware of and no matter what, when or who you do, people will always have something to say about it – good and bad. We’ve received quite a few comments about the texts in our days and changing something to suit someone will result in someone else commenting on the change which they consider bad. Using a simpler structure would also result in getting stuck in a circle of using the same ”simple” words recurringly which would get even more boring and annoying to read.

    Oh, and a ”normal” person would probably not even write such long texts but simply just present every track with one or two short sentences which would result in us narrowing us down to no punching power in the competition against other blogs with the same concept.

  • You’re answer makes good sense, and i’ll admit you make some valid points. Although, perhaps due to me not being clear enough, I don’t want the blog to start using simplistic and monotone language. As you say, you’re making a great effort towards standing out in the crowd of other blogs and pleasing the amount of readers you have.

    My only point is that some of the expressions like ”shed light on..” and ”highly rated..” tend to get overused and thereof sound quite lame. My criticism is mostly coming from the perspective of your more intellectual readers, at least that’s what i hope!

  • dancing with the stars: I’ll try to improve myself. I think the overusage might also have something to do with us posting tons of posts and there is pretty much no vocabulary in the world to cover that amount with different words, slangs and expressions, hah! I myself do also feel some words being overused but cannot really find any good synonyms for those specific words or expressions and as I didn’t grow up using English and is still only in my teens, there are definitely room for improvements. Your point will most certainly be kept in mind for future posts, thank you!

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