Classical Musicians React: Brown Eyed Girls 'Sixth Sense' vs 'Brave New World'

Classical Musicians React: Brown Eyed Girls 'Sixth Sense' vs 'Brave New World'



oh yeah like this is lit I'm always down for cellos acting like rhythm guitars okay so this is a girl group that debuted in 2006 with four members and they are definitely six yeah whoa they're the oldest k-pop group that we've know dying with super junior this is the oldest kpop girl group that we've never reacted to and they're also currently the longest-running kpop girl group they're run eleven years yeah so they actually did you'd mainly as a vocal group with a R&B oriented style but they branched out so much since then this very first song it's called The Sixth Sense it's their 2011 comeback it's a statement on the media slave contracts to kpop companies and the government at that time in South Korea more than simply displaying Illuminati symbolism the video presents the blueprint of how popular figures can be used to communicate a specific message using sex and music as an incentive each one of the group's members are shown in different positions of submission each representing two different ways that elite controls entertainers to serve its interests yeah shit hmm well that's foreboding Wow there's sisters help yeah whoa this is terrifying this is terrifying and I like this like a horn sound in the back she is hot as fuck good wow that's also scary neighbour tones go Lord yeah belly drives it forward you know yeah oh man I did not wanna ever lose that care stomps didn't match up with the beat and it was very off-putting there drink again Oh nope okay yeah I would like the sound of the stops does it match up with the visual though whatever the girls look cool these strings the going ham cello playing oh yeah it's like this is lit I'm always down for cellos acting like rhythm guitars I know it's gonna be a bomb I like the tones in the density yeah this is very very bright yeah like tribal like I could I I think impulse and stobbles yeah it's an interesting beat yeah really I don't know what you sing the strings and it's like yeah I don't know how much of like a groove I'm getting from it too and then they only come back in and three or or that mean now they're coming in on one and two in their autumn wow there's a lot this is a lot the mix of the trumpets and the violin you know when I came here yes that's sweet some dorade shit I feel like the bom bom bom is so constant and heavy it reminds me of like those guys marching and you know that's the constant kind of fear going on in this song I wonder if there is a reason that there's no females in this music video I mean besides them obviously an additional commentary whoa the the blend of sacked like fake saxophone trumpet strings and her boy and mascara and mascara a really good job of accentuating the music rather than it being its own weird confusing yeah yeah like way more than usual so suggesting holidays which alike rhythmical senado between the strings and in life Pano's in something else yeah depending on who's singing it seems it like phases between being really prominent and being now prominence at all so I think there's like a lack of like middle noise middle sound yeah like where a horn would be in that working sure they don't have that yeah feels a little bit stagnant in terms of like the growth or the peak of the of the tear just kind of always seems like really high external see they just like keep bringing it back to that like predominant and resolving to it which is like oh she's breaking free and that's demonstrated musically with the high singing Mariah would be so proud of that no absolutely that's better Ashley yeah it's way better because that that was a different person right yeah that could not have been the same yes they sounded out of tune but hey they expect her to do alive so alive I'll point it out later but that's like a very kpop II thank you mama I noticed feel like it's always the older groups that are like the edgiest yeah like thank you fall to the most I guess you think it's gonna go higher but they're also the brass at the end nice jazzy and it's not ended yet scary oh of course it ends there of course it ends there I like how they're just like embracing it they just stand strong at the end that's cool you know I respect that that's pretty ballsy mmhmm yeah what do you think about that song overall musically first I got to me and most was like throughout this song you have like that but uh but it up would have like it's really prominent to beginning but then throughout you is is very subtle then you have like that subtlety a place to like like you know place your brain is just like a sense of familiarity that you don't know where it's coming from but very well crafted you know I kind of compare it to my motorcycle jacket this jacket like is not the finest quality it's got like a few loose strands here and there like the stitching is not like a hundred percent there but like there's so many freakin features like I have a million pockets and that's kind of how I feel just like this song attaches all those chords there's a lot of stuff going on like the sweeping synthesizers and the heavy mixes of a lot of stuff going on top of a very repetitive you know vocal riff very very fast very militarist yes it makes sense given the water current the symbolism of what they were going for yeah no definitely I mean like even though the jobs would be like I mentioned before like very serum based like very militaristic evenly symbols kind of like a military parade ban like what you'd hear so and I mean obviously match with what was going on yeah it was cool that they were using their full voices instead of like kind of manipulating it into like a lighter girlier sound yeah it sounded older and more mature but also at the same time there was some yeah pushing him I don't know I don't feel like it's the kind of voice that should be belting like especially if I don't know what their old style was like but especially if it was more like with the rest of the stuff it wasn't to kind of like light airy and heady and then just to go immediately into like belting that's like just probably know it it's used to it yeah it's a difference I know he's harsh it's a different set of muscles so if you do both neither can be very much little stuff that's fine that's cool that's cool at first I was kind of questioning whether or not the visuals and the music really like I was smashed but like as it went on like it maybe don't make more sense together I was scared is going to be cheesy but it wasn't though yeah yeah it was dark and creeped me out so the next one is their 2015 release and this doesn't have a deep storyline or concept but basically one of the fans told me that the you'll see an apple and you'll see them plug into an apple and the Apple represents poisoned innocence and also it like makes an appearance as a gateway into another world so the members plug themselves into the Apple and let the music launch them into another dimension okay nice oh wow yeah I wasn't expecting that ooh I like the drum shot so we were like the slowing I'm taking this these like drums simple I've been from the drum is jazz but everything else is just random noise electronic Oh strain they are plugged into the Apple there's the orchestra oh my god this is so like Kraftwerk what the hell whoa all right this is actually dank interesting beginning this seems pretty retro yeah oh yeah 85 oh yes yeah this isn't that violin repetitive it's there that was simple I would love to be the bass player this time boom girl double gonna bow down down home oh yeah the bass is like you Michael Jackson yeah they're cool I love hey yeah they are doing some cool things with this video with lady yeah and it's an interesting exploration of lighting yeah I think that's like celebrate good times did you hear that I think we just went from F minor to C sharp minor I can't tell there's a fire to C sharp minor guys they're just so much better violator okay we're back very disco yeah but like I'm like a pop chorus I like it I like it because it was just a major dream at the end of the chorus like it has the circular motion that most courses in pop music have a lot of the background is like synth vocals though yeah like it sounds like instruments but it's voices which I've always liked Kanye West's and a lot of this in his newer music especially it's gonna hit the branch it's the bridge that goes to C sharp I haven't said this yet I love how the consonants in this language like work so well oh yeah like for Korean is a good language for something yeah it would be horrible for a lot of our operas yes because it's hard to be like have a good line there's not much such strong contact but it's so cool I still feel like there versus in their choruses don't have enough contrast that's for this song as well it kind of seamlessly go into one another so maybe that's like a common trend for their group like super disco beat it's great so cheesy but it's so cheesy [Applause] do you hear they're like it sounds like it's about to modulate but then I think it just goes back there's like a it's almost like they took a gonif like or but didn't results mmm it just folks out there yeah and then just comes back did she's killing she's like so Lotte just yeah nice try Tom good a girl yeah and these are some deep lyrics I'm kind of getting lost in them right now this is really weird are so weird it's like they're pretty inconsistent and then there's just these sounds that I made to it there's always something that has distortion and I really like it about this song yeah the whole regard for you they're still singing more full you know in the past [Applause] yeah it's like they're way way less afraid to actually use their voices they speaks of it yeah and they like seize on the signal I what wow this music video is such a trip oh my gosh oh there it is oh they are gone they are gone they went inside the Apple the brave new world inside the Apple dude I have no clue what that what was that that's a lot man it was so much okay first things first play that fire thing no it was just like yeah but the wood way they come came back it was like so yeah yeah so what do you think got some overall music we great that was that was a great song and it really lives up to the you know the intro we hear all these weird noises oh yeah then it goes funk for a while and that we reach a point where like everything seems to be going okay but something's always distorted in and yeah like be it in one instrument or the rapping it was a mix between like old like new like in eighties like this game yeah disco vibe and like modern beats and except for the like like the beat drop when everything dropped up and this is the rapping that was pretty sick I really like count in the beginning it just had like a really little bass and obviously the you know their voices are really high so that was a really nice contrast there wasn't really necessarily anything in the middle to pad it I really liked the integration of like the kpop melody with this like yeah Jackson feel man I don't know I pretty well very entertaining but also yeah pushes kind of damn like their agenda their voices work really well together ya know their vocal temper is pretty good yeah it wasn't they're trying to go for it's really tight we in the past few sessions have heard a lot of like really high ends yeah and this would like some similar higher ends in terms of the vocal like crunch like when they went to see sharp like weird with like a kind of like a weird cluster that like worked that fit their texture D well but it wasn't just like the annoying like super high synths and drowning in like production like just was this this is balance this I also had a good bass line so it looks like plenty of flow and it felt pretty full so I felt why I felt you've had some Headroom in terms of like a linter with like being a listener I like that song a lot better than the first one yes and Mike compared to it how did it differ the second one really like nail the like the ambience at their group was going for oh yeah they definitely had a better like group sound like a unified group sound in this second one very different I think they both I can definitely see how they're from the same artist because they both have like qualities of kpop a date where they go in their own direction because it's like the obviously the first one came from an older time where that style is probably very popular whereas like this is kind of the new sound as with the other song the main kind of instrumental sound that I was getting was a whole lot of de synthesized stuffs and bass and Saxons sin trumpet etc since strings and with this one one of the big focuses was a yeah the bass the electric bass but yeah that was definitely played by an actual bass players that was real that was a treat to hear that hey guys thanks so much for watching we hope you enjoyed the video if you want to see what other k-pop songs were going to react to you check 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