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.
This Cloud Operation has been isolated by a network technician as being antithetical to the needs of the Cloud Services team.
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 really like the melody on this track. Good work!
Really like the synth in this one. Everything is layered and build up really nicely.
Short but sweet. Love your vocals on this track.
The change at the 1:10 mark is excellent.
I like this one, lots of depth
But I don’t know the words. :(
It’s catchy, though.
Yeah production on this piece, love the slightly Eastern feel.
Great mix dig it
bloody hell, this is mindblowing!
Like the crispness and the way the human voices blends in and the way it transforms from one voice to another.
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.
I like the crunchy drums here. This sounds very professionally mastered - all the instruments jump right out at you in the mix.
I’m getting a Jean Michel Jarre vibe from this. I like the synthesizer voices you chose.
One thing I’m digging about this album is while each song has its own unique identity, it still feels like it’s part of a greater cohesive whole.
I’m liking this one. It’s a nice hybrid of electronically-generated music with some real instrumentation thrown in.
The whole album I’ve been digging.
I love long-play tracks like this that just go in all sorts of unexpected directions.
I’m digging this - I like kind of the freeform improvised nature of it. The sort of thing that would make for interesting dreams if it came through on the speakers while I was sleeping.
Thanks - this is what I needed to chill a bit after a particularly stressful day.
I like the compound time signature in the vocal melody. It’s catchy, and makes me want to bob my head along to the music.
I remember Circles – this is a nice ‘slight return’ of the melody from it.
I’m blown away by the sound production here. (And the vocals are pretty darn good as well.)
This is one of my favorites off the album. The lyrics are colorful.
I’m digging this album - just the little morsel-sized audio capsule of ‘wake-up’ that I needed.
I’m digging the instrumentation on this one - it’s very lush. You really get sucked right into it.
I’m digging this - it’s catchy. It has an ‘Arabian Nights’ sort of vibe to it.
Catchy little ditty. I’m digging the vocals.
The album art? Is that a reference to The Quiet Earth? That was the first thing that came to mind.
The Dystopia name works here. It sounds like the sort of song that would play the first day after the end of the world in some eight bit chip-tune reality. It’s kind of bittersweet.