Electro House

I Am Sid Produces His Most Unique Heavy Track So Far Called “How This All Began”

I Am Sid Produces His Most Unique Heavy Track So Far Called “How This All Began”
Alejandro Vega

Italian producer I Am Sid makes some well crafted productions. He is well known for his intricate sounds and heavy bass. His newest song is called How This All Began and it is his most unique tune out of all his music. What begins as a soothing guitar melody and vocals slowly descends into a creepy breakdown. I literally freaked out a bit when he used the emergency alert system sample. But then the drop hits and leaves you with your jaw on the floor.

This is the beginning of a Story, even if not here. Not now. The Story of us all, as told by the words of the brave people who were lucky enough to survive. How we got along after the Bomb. We, from the Upper Levs, who forgot what fear was. We are the minstrels of a Future that we didn’t expect.
How This All Began is Sid’s story. A story told through the eyes of a 7 year old kid, the sounds of a world that doesn’t exist anymore. That day in October, he didn’t know what happened to his radio. A foreign voice, a strange speech, then a typical child’s carelessness. 1994. A bomb. The first of many, detonated in Rio. What was the meaning? Nobody ever knew.

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