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This is my favorite kind of weird! I don't know what it means, I don't know if you know what it means, but what I do know, is that I love the shit outta this. Five stars, a favorite, and a follow! I demand more.

I actually really dig this! Quite great for an iphone recording! Would LOVE to hear a lightly produced version of this. REALLY great stuff! Five stars, a favorite, and a follow!

pitbulljones responds:

You are very kind.

I ran some mastering but you can't polish a turd lol. The singer and I are working on a 'proper' version so keep your ears peeled.

Lots of rhythmic energy and drive to this. Nice progression as well! I love the organ that comes in at 1:25! And I do like the tempo changes! Doesnt feel gimmicky to me! Great work! Five stars!

I love the glitchy feel to this! You create a really neat sonic space with this, like some kind of tron hellscape. That detuned piano sound that comes in at 2:15 is a really nice touch. Definitely a fan! Five stars, a favorite, and a follow!

Dynamic piece indeed! I love those melodies that come in around the 3:00 minute mark. Really poignant and entrancing. Lots of really nice w i d e fuzzy textures as well. Definitely tickled the ear holes. Five stars, a follow, and a favorite! Like @ADR3-N I found this through the favorite trakcs thread.

I adore this piece. I've listened to countless interpretations, and can say that you do a great job! There are a couple areas where you can hear that the piano tuning isn't perfect, but that just created it's own unique flavor, and points to that which the music of Philip Glass elucidates: one river, never the same.

Phonometrologist responds:

I appreciate the time you allowed in letting me know your thoughts on it. Your understanding on how Philip Glass would explain music shows that you're acquainted with his approach; that gives weight to your sentiments. Thank you

Some really nice fuzzy textures, and great overall production! Really impressive work! Very catchy with fun progressions! I love love LOVE those synth lines coming in at 1:57! Five stars, a favorite, and a follow!

Hello! This is a nice little piece here. I like that kick for sure, and that lead whimpery synth at 0:38.

I like this! A bit spastic, but not without losing its momentum. Some nice melodies in there! Good stuff! Five stars!

wilidacious responds:

haha, thank you!

I think I had been avoiding checking out this track simply because it was labeled ambient. Not that I don't like ambient music, because I do, but rather I like you indie/new-wave material so much that that stuff kind of had priority in my mind. But this is well beyond a pleasent surprise. This is really fantastic! It vaguely reminded me of the flute-driven section in MGMT's Siberian Breaks. Overall, lovely tones, wonderful mix, and an all around gorgeous compositions. As per usual with your stuff, an easy five stars and a favorite.

Bitbeak responds:

Thanks so much! I use ambient for most of my instrumental tracks because there's not really a great other genre to classify it as.

Wouldn't have thought to compare to Siberian Breaks but I can kinda hear it listening back. Really appreciate the review ^.^

Self-produced bedroom indie artist. Released my first demo album in 2019 and just released my follow up EP "Moloch Eats Connecticut". My next album is set for release sometime this coming May.



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