Kinetosis

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Kinetosis
S2 Band Diss-Pair.jpg
Artist Diss-Pair
Vocals Quinn (in-game)
Mashup (in-game)
Bass Quinn (in-game)
Synth Mashup (in-game)
Game Splatoon 2
Splatoon 3
Heard in
Splatoon 2
Multiplayer
Squid Beatz 2
Heard in
Splatoon 3
Battle Lobby
Jukebox
Album Splatoon 2 Live in Makuhari -Tentalive-
Track list no. 17 (Splatoon 2 Live in Makuhari -Tentalive-)
52 (Squid Beatz 2)
Genre Heavy metal/EDM fusion
BPM 160
Key signature C minor
Length 2:42
Audio file
And don't sleep on the latest track they've dropped, Kinetosis. This gem features Warabi's funk and dance-steeped programming, paired with a lively, bouncy bass beat that just won't quit. It's hard to know if these two are complementing or competing with one another, but whatever the case, the result is an overwhelming aural onslaught.

Kinetosis is a song performed by Diss-Pair.

Description

Kinetosis is one of the four multiplayer songs released in Splatoon 2 Version 4.1.0. Like all battle songs, it has a random chance of being played during online matches. Kinetosis starts with a brief bass intro, leading into a series of punctuated synth beats while the bass plays strong in the background. The synth briefly alternates with an electric guitar, this alternation happening twice before moving into the verse, which features deep, husky vocals sung by Quinn. The bass line briefly drops during this section, only to return halfway through alongside the electric guitar, building up to the chorus, which features distorted, electronic vocals by Mashup. After the chorus finishes, the intro plays again, and the song loops. It can also be heard in Squid Beatz 2, with scores of 186 and 304 in Normal and Hard modes, respectively. In Splatoon 3, this song can sometimes play in the Battle Lobby.

The song was first revealed on the SplatoonJP Twitter[2] on October 1st, 2018 at 09:02 UTC. It was revealed on the Squid Research Lab Tumblr later that day[1].

Etymology

Kinetosis is a scientific term used to describe motion sickness. It is also related to the name of Diss-Pair's other song, Seasick, which refers to a type of motion sickness.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese Eazy Queazy

References