Reviews for Ten Walls


Ten Walls mr.bounce

November 1, 2020
Art transcends human weakness. There are a lot of political correct artists who's music i would never play because it doesn't appeal to me. There are also child molestors who made great music like Michael Jackson and R Kelly. It doesn't mean that bad behaviour should be accepted, it simply means that there is nothing wrong with enjoying a great work of art however bad the person who made it behaved as a human being. Is it understandable that artists who behave badly get banned in one way or the other? Yes. Therefore it's best to stay away from social media as an artist with questional behaviour or opinions. If Ten Walls never opened a stupid facebook account we all would be enjoying his great music. But he did and that was his mistake. He only has himself to blame.

Ten Walls mr.bounce

November 1, 2020
Art transcends human weakness. There are a lot of political correct artists who are very kind to homo's and transgenders who's music i would never play. There are also child molestors who make great music like Michael Jackson and R Kelly. This doesn't mean that this behaviour should be accepted, it simply means that there is nothing wrong with enjoying a great work of art however bad the person who made it behaved as a human being. Furthermore it's best to stay away from social media as an artist or even for everybody. If Ten Walls never opened a stupid facebook account we all would be enjoying great music without the gossip.

Ten Walls as reviewed by gustavosotnas

October 19, 2020
These reviews made in 2015 sucks. Marijus Adomaitis is a great producer. My first contact with his music were in 2013 – with the super dope "Red Line" song (released under "Mario Basanov" alias). Later, in 2014, he released some my favorite tracks:

* "Requiem EP"... What a gorgeous EP! My favorite song in this EP is "Mongol" – those Arab melodies and cassete-like mastering were unique!
* "Stand Still (Mario Basanov Remix)" from Flight Facilities: I listen to it until today. Much different than the original song. So fresh!
* "Walking With Elephants", of course – that orchestral harmony and melodies are so cool!

After that I started to follow Adomaitis and all his aliases on Spotify, and I've listened to other great gems that I found from him: almost all his discography!

For those who are part of the cancellation culture shit and published dishonest reviews here, listen to the uplifting "Like a Child (feat. Athena Radford)". Is a song that Adomaitis released in 2012 (before that controversy) featuring a transgender, now called Alex Radford (search for "Shining - feat. Alex Radford", Ten Walls released it in late 2015).

And I agree with sflux comment here: Marijus Adomaitis is a musician, not a social scientist or intellectual. I listen to his songs as I listen to Pink Floyd songs, a left-wing band. If your political views doesn't let you to listen good music, you are not free. You are far from it.

Peace. Love. Unity.

Ten Walls as reviewed by sflux

June 20, 2015
He is a musician, not a social scientist or intellectual. good musicians are quite stupid and inarticulate, actually -- by virtue of their main preoccupation -- when it comes to opinions other than related to music. give him a brake already. myself, I just recently learned that atoms do not exist in the same sense tables and chairs do. they are theoretical constructs -- pure and simple, invented to explain certain shit otherwise unexplainable. yeah, crucify me for this. starve me to death.
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Ten Walls WindwalkerNld

August 20, 2015
Tables and chairs are theoretical constructs as well. Everything we define is a theoretical construct.
That aside, you're not stupid for thinking atoms "exist". You don't deal with atoms at a scientific level everyday. While as a person, you deal with gay people every day. Considering Ten Walls probably does too, his comments are ignorant and hateful.

Ten Walls Pistachios

June 24, 2015
What a strange comparison. Your understanding of science is in no way similar to homophobia. You are not casting judgements about the way someone else lives their life. Do you see the difference?

Ten Walls as reviewed by StopTheWarOnVinyl

June 12, 2015
There's nothing special about Ten Walls. His music is very standard house, there's no ground breaking sound here. There is little in the way of experimentation in what I've heard from him so far. That's just my opinion and I must say that this part of my opinion is not influenced by his recent comments on homosexuality, which I suspect has led to his reviews section getting so busy these past few days, I felt like this the first time I heard Walking With Elephants. I'm more of a Drum and Bass man myself but I do appreciate House from time to time. When S.P.Y's bootleg first cropped up on Radio 1's D&B Soundclash, I far favoured that over the original. S.P.Y had managed to turn a mediocre song into a club banger. Some level of interest actually made me listen to more of Ten Wall's work, just to see if there was anything interesting that I may not have already discovered. This was not the case.

The other part of my opinion is completely influenced by his abhorrent comments recently about Homosexuality. Reflecting on his comments, I was quite angry to hear what he had said, and how he had completely disregarded how close the connection between early electronic music and gay culture actually was. Regardless whether he was thinking straight or not, anybody who says these kinds of things clearly doesn't appreciate that history. I'm very glad that the major festivals dropped his appearances. We teach our children that for every action there is a consequence, why should it be any different for someone in the spotlight, albeit a flickering bulb in his case?

I do hope while he's watching Creamfields's live stream this year, and a different DJ is playing his slot, he will think long and hard about the consequences of his action and above all how important it is to respect everyone in this world, no matter their creed or colour.

Peace. Love. Unity.

Ten Walls kscanfield

June 8, 2015
i never knew this guy was also Mario Basanov....what a shame. Although his Ten Walls material was obviously for the newbs......his MB releases were super solid IMO. Very sad.
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Ten Walls daftcombo

June 15, 2017
Word, I used to like some of his stuff with Vidis. But I can do without the music of this retard.

Ten Walls gramaphonerecords

June 8, 2015
Gramaphone Chicago will never stock another release from Marijus Adomaitis.
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Ten Walls chezemile

June 9, 2015
Great decision. but never forget why.

Ten Walls as reviewed by weded

June 8, 2015
I went to see his show in Edinburgh in March. Was really stoked to see the guy. In the middle of the set somebody threw a drink on him and he stopped playing and just left the stage. Everyone was confused and the staff told us that they didn't know if he'd come back. He did come back after like 10 minutes after he had changed his clothes, and, naturally, everyone was booing at him. Apparently, he felt disrespected by the crowd and was considering not to finish the set. However, he did, and he did that half-arsed. Truly surprised at what a diva he is. I rarely go to see live shows, but this one was quite a disappointment. I was hoping that the incident was just a huge misunderstanding between the artist and the audience. I wanted to believe that a guy like him wouldn't be such an idiot, but his recent anti-gay rant really showed his true colours. And it's a shame, really, cause I do like his music.
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Ten Walls dredizzle

June 9, 2015
Are you serious? As much of a dick he is for making the recent comments, do you actually feel it's acceptable to be throwing drinks at someone while they're onstage? I wouldn't find it surprising in the slightest if someone wanted to walk off stage because of that, and I'd blame the fucking idiot that threw it if they did

Ten Walls nickdawg

June 8, 2015
Homophobia aside, the guy makes very generic, cookie-cutter "deep house" music. I'm glad industry leaders are taking swift action and removing him from lineups because of his ignorance.
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Ten Walls Risingson

June 10, 2015
He is an homophobe and I am glad everyone dropped him, BUT, Gotham was considered one of the best releases of 2013, and that and his Mario Basanov works are everything but bland and generic. This, however, has served as an excuse for people like Tiga (Tiga!) to blame deep house as the same thing as EDM, when the irony here is that deep house has a lot of debts to disco and gay culture. Anyway, career over, unless he joins as a member of Sunno)))

Ten Walls Klaus151

June 8, 2015
Ten Balls is just another generic artist of a legion of musical bellends. As for his remark, it seems like it put an end to his international career.

Ten Walls juancs

June 8, 2015
agreed, i never even heard about this "artist" until today, I just listened to a few tracks out of curiosity and it's just bland "deep house" for posers.

Ten Walls spiraltribeliverpool

June 8, 2015
edited over 7 years ago
This guy has serious issues regarding his views on homosexuality; he is basically a homophobe. Clearly doesn't have a clue what house music is about or that it is heavily intertwined with gay culture from the offset. Quite sad to see electronic artists make a living of music that is so much influenced by gay artists and be so flippant and ill informed over it.
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Ten Walls Mr.Fonk

June 15, 2017
edited over 5 years ago
Well he never did House Music to begin with but cheap, likeable Tech House mingled with Trance sounds. No base in Funk, Soul & R&B like real House Music always has had.