you had me at robots.
i would definitely check out that music video
I really enjoy your vocals on this one. There is something appealing behind the synth layers with the Candace of your lyrics.
Appreciate the module Synth Chiptune at the end. Vibes right :)
You should do voice-over work....regular guy roles. GREAT!
Overall a pretty good album.
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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!
Cool groove, melodic and strange too. Nice job!
It's a me Mario!
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.
You can tell this was very cathartic to create. I like the vocals.
I'm digging the synthesizers here and their playful melodies.
I like how the tone of the song changes midway through.
This one has a nice flow to it.
I like the synthesizer passages starting right around the 1:30 minute mark. Brings a smile to my face.
I like the rhythm to this one - it has a very distinctive [chugging?] sort of motion to it.
This is euphoria for the ears.
This is really good. The production is crisp and clear. The synthesizers call back to 70s prog.
It feels like you're putting a piece of yourself into the violin while playing it. That's really tricky to do for those of us who program synthesizers.
Digging the guitar solo around the 1:30 mark. Sweet.
I'm digging this - it brings a smile to my face. The synthesizers hit all the right spots. Reminds me a little of Ed Van Fleet/Synchestra.
This sounds like it would be at home in an Alfred Hitchcock movie or possibly a Twilight Zone episode.
I like this sort of thing - it reminds me of what you hear on shortwave in an empty spot where there are no voices. You get atmospherics and other artifacts from technological devices. At times it can almost sound musical.
This rocks. I like that subtle flanger around the two minute mark.
I like the jazzy elements to this one.
I'm digging this - you get the levels perfect. I like how the instrumentation slowly builds up over the course of the song.
(It's nice being able to see the audio visually now when the song plays - it gives me a better sense of what the optimal levels are for music should be.)
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.