Universal Tribe produce and remix phenomenal electronica, progressive house, and breakbeat.
Our music transcends time and space and transports the listener into unexplored dimensions of the mind, body, and soul. With hypnotic rhythmic beats and morphing subliminal atmospheres, Universal Tribe weave a space of fluidity and surreal nature that could only enhance your innate state of dream consciousness.
straight up, no nonsense dance music from the men in rhode island. very marketable, well produced and exceptionally danceable.
flowers on the moon jumps right in the deep end with the 4/4 beat and the female vocal sample in full effect. the speed of the song and the synth lead used remind me of the club/house music of a few years ago, which would probably still do very well in clubs today. a nicely resonant bassline plays alongside the beat and the stabbing chord progressions, everything in this song is what dance music is about. a sufficient amount of change is evident throughout the song, while keeping the rhythm and the overall feel of the song the same. a great number of buildups and rolling snares keep the tension tight until the end. trip me to jupiter heavily features the vocal sample that gives the song its name and again has enough buildups to last a lifetime. that's a good thing, it keeps the song interesting and there's always something just a little different after every fading snare roll. quite the cool old style breakbeat/house music. trip me to jupiter (universal mix) begins almost gothically with spoken lyrics and ominous pads, it has a definite dark quality. but that doesn't last and the song builds into house music, much like the original version (just with a house beat rather than breakbeat). the slightly distorted bassline is a cool background to the squeaky, pitch bent lead. highly danceable music for the x-tasy crowd.