Rasta Eddy wrote:Vinelli wrote:Rasta Eddy wrote:Vinelli wrote:sigh. I guess the old KOA is never coming back.
I don't follow you?
I just have a personal issue with the latest artwork done for mixmash. It looks a bit clumsy comparred to the earlier ones (need your loving, g.o.d. timebomb). I used to be excited but I don't feel KOA anymore. But again, just my personal opinion!
Haha ok, that's fine by me!
I guess the problem is also there are 2manymixmashreleases. This takes the focus off from the artwork, plus I can imagine mr. KOA isn't as creative as he could be with all those drawings he has to do...
Don't just say something or assume something guys.
KOA is an amazing artist and he didn't just lose it. We needed to simplify the artwork because most of the time
it's used in a very tiny format and square. Like on Beatport, the artwork is so small, it used to just look like
spaghetti with bright colors. So now the designs need to be more chunky to fit the digital market better. That's the reason.
The more releases on Mixmash, the more platform we can offer to new talents. Truth is, again, don't just assume,
we get so much good demos it would be a shame to let the talents wait so long to get a release.
The average waiting time for a release is about 3 to 4 months now. If we lower the frequency of Mixmash releases,
this would go up to a year.