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This actually might be my favorite. You create a really cool atmosphere with this one. A bit of a darker and more psychedelic/mysterious feel than most of your stuff. I seriously dig it! I hope to hear more stuff from you that tries to capture this feel! Really phenomenal.

wilidacious responds:

thank you!

Love that synth you use on the chords. I particular like that section from 1:19 to 1:38. Good stuff! Keep at it!

wilidacious responds:

haha, i am glad you like it too! thanks!

I really like this one! You're music never goes exactly where I expect it to go. Always an adaventure hahaha. As always, lots of cool synthetic textures that blend very well together. Love those bell-like apeggios at 1:56. Plenty of neat moments in this!

wilidacious responds:

haha, thanks!

Hey man this is awesome! Sorry I didn't get back to you on this one right away, I've started a new job and time has been running away from me. Anyways, you've got some really pleasing melodies throughout this, I especially love that walk-up at 1:38. Your bass and drums play quite nicely together. Great production overall. Really a solid track!

GundorSound responds:

Thanks for checking it out! Hope the new job is going alright.

Not bad! I think the intro could use some kind extra element to spice it up, not entirely sure what though! However, you might want to play with automating some effects on that piano, and that might help you get some sense of variety. Regardless, it's a fun piece, and I like that main melody. Keep up the good work!

WoolyScarf responds:

I imagine when you're talking about automating effects, you might be talking about small pitch changes at the end of the second bar. If so, I think that might be a good idea.

Thanks for feedback! :)

Awesome stuff man! Love that DS-10 loop! Fits very nicely in with the acoustic elements! And I always enjoy your songwriting. Five stars!

Bitbeak responds:

Looking forward to what you do with it when you get one! And thanks for the kind words :)

This has such a nice feel to it. Love it when that low end punches. Lots of cool stuf going on! Really like that phaser effect on the ride cymbals, as well as some of the phlangy ambient elements. Smooth all around. Great mix! Overall a great track! Five stars, a favorite, and a follow!

slowfreq responds:

damn dude, that's high as fuck praise <3 i'm so self conscious of my mixing, i'm glad you like it!!

Yup. Consider me a fan! I really like the unusual production on this. Can't wait to see what else you contribute! Five stars and a favorite!

PikeyPaige responds:

Yay! I will be uploading some youtube links in a few minutes and will share with you!

Don't know why people are giving this a low rating. I guess it's just too fresh for them lmao. But this is amazing! I love this kind of weird! It's something new and interesting! This is the kind of musical exploration I would like to see more of. I hope to hear you expand on this sort of sonic space. Great lyrics too! Really a great tune overall! Five stars, a favorite, and a follow!

PikeyPaige responds:

My favorite Bowie record is Low. His label almost dropped him for putting it out because it was so off-the-wall and seemed to spit on regular pop sensibilities. That record is the reason that the New Wave genre started in the 80's. They also invented the iconic 80's gated snare sound that EVERY band of every genre in the 80's borrowed. It has similar overall ratings that this song has right now but is revered as his masterpiece. Not saying this is, but I try to make material that is out of my comfort zone as well as others pretenses of how music should go and I find that I make my best work like that. The worst thing an artist can do is cater to what they think their fanbase is expecting of them. (I'm paraphrasing a Bowie interview, but thats the gist of what he said about Low)

This is a nice little groove! Great guitar tones and a unique progression! Could benefit from a thicker drum sound, but it can be hard to get that outside of a real kit. Any plans for vocals on this? Nice work though! Five stars!

LexRodent responds:

Thanks a lot !
I get what you mean regarding the drums ; I added a bit of saturation to get more punch, but yes, it's hard to get a bigger sound out of virtual drums. There's plans for other tracks including vocals ; Hopefully those will consolidate.

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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