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Nice song this is - shades of prog which I really like
Sparse instrumentation. Really good vocals. I like how you say alot with few words. Really Good stuff!
Love the album! Good job!
Like a child’s playground song stuck on a lobotomy trip.
Cool groove, melodic and strange too. Nice job!
Bountiful soundscape trip
It’s a me Mario!
cool and sedate.
Very cool song.
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Like the interplay between the instruments. Nice variety, cool tune.
Like it! Very short.
Great vocals, imaginative, progressive and listenable song. Love it!
You voice reminds me of ELP. Very nice tunes.
Hugely inventive album - love the dark flavours, storytelling and folky overtones!
Love the urgency.
Oh this is wonderful..! Sounds like churchbells at sunrise.
I’m liking what I’m hearing of this album so far. It sounds like it would be at home as the backing track of an independent video game. The tracks are emotionally enigmatic. They definitely prompt me to be feeling ‘something’, but it’s any clear emotion that I can assign a name to. (Sort of like that feeling you get during dreams. Is it happy? Sad? It’s unknown, yet the dream still has some unique emotional fingerprint.)
I’m really digging this one. The chorus paints a bleak picture.
Is this being played in 12 TET? I’m hearing notes and sounds one wouldn’t normally hear. (And I’m liking it.)
I take it the hurried part in the middle is when the cat suddenly decided “I need to be somewhere else like RIGHT NOW”, and scampered off at light speed.
The sound production here is off the charts. Dan Fogelberg comes to mind listening to this.
This is genius. I love the sampling.
I like this - it has the feel of something I would have heard in video arcades back in the 80s. It also captures the feeling of somebody being in a singular place spinning around and being able to capture 360 data about his/her surroundings, with the expected vertigo-inducing sensory overload.
Solid singing, and I like the lyrics. You can tell there was thought put into them.
If Skynet and the rise of the machines began on a Nintendo Entertainment System, I imagine the resulting conflict would sound something like this.
I like that weird FM-style synthesizer around the 1:40 mark.
It has a very 70s/80s feeling vibe to it, and I mean that as the highest praise possible. I could genuinely have heard this on the radio in that era.
I’m digging this (actually the album as a whole). This particular track has a Winter Brothers kind of vibe to it.
Poor, poor bear. At least didn’t die in vain, because this track rocks.
I have a feeling this is what they would play in the self-replicating robot factory to try and increase production.
This sounds very crisp through headphones, and I like how you have the different instruments spread between the left and right channels. I’m also digging the quirky melodic sequences. (Are you using quartertones?)
I’m liking the melody played by the flute-like synthesizer. It feels like it goes counter to the rest of the melody, but in a good way.
Really catchy! I’m impressed with the sound production, although it admittedly doesn’t sound ‘1969’ to me - it has more of a January 1970 sort of feel.
I like this for some strange reason. It’s like R2D2 is malfunctioning in some filibustery sort of way.
I’m listening to this, and it feels like a genuine album, rather than simply a collection of individual songs. I like how the songs seem to flow into each other, and create this grander atmosphere.
I like this - it’s a real foot-stomper. The vocalist also really holds up her end of things. She carries the lyrics well.