Takes about a minute to get going, but I love the evolution of the various sounds. It’s all fragile-y glued together but works. Kinda sounds it could be on a Sim City soundtrack.
This is beautiful. The production is absolutely flawless. It kind of has a David Arkenstone sort of vibe to it.
Thanks, Colleen. This might be a hint of what we do for RPM. Or, then again, maybe not.
This is on the magnificent side of heaven! Truly lovely
Cool song, the reverb sounds like the music is being forced through a small opening into a long, cavernous hallway… or something. It’s an odd sensation.
s'lovely that. and also made me rap to it. you know you’ve something special when you hit both those markers!
Woo. Really nice. One of those ones where you say to yourself “wish I had done this!”
I like that bass. I like the drums.
Oh heck, I like all of it. Great interwoven piece.
Heard this as a guest the other day sorry I didn’t comment…but anyway, this is super cool. Love the touches.
Thanks for all the kind comments on this project, everybody!
Top of the line track.
This sounds good
Fabulous. Utterly pro.
Very cool, reminds me of Schoenberg’s 12-tone pieces.
You worked on this one didn’t you! Sounds wonderful. It always fascinates me that we work on tracks, some a lot more than others and proudly put them up, hardly anyone comments. personal taste, I suppose. Well, we all know what goes into them.
Very pretty! I like this a lot.
Very atmospheric, lots of intriguing plopping. Reminds me of Barbarella’s Matmos
Your song lives on.
It’s all good.
Well, this is punk.
I like it. Got a Beggars Banquet vibe.
This is very good.
That’s an interesting take on the subject matter. I like it!
Goodbye, Gene. Thanks for all the listens and constructive comments.
Why? Why is it all so good? It’s just not fair.
All of this is stupid good. Speechless.
Wrinkled Shirt: Sure. What you got in mind? PM my FB page (Durand Compton or Rose Serum Sextet).
Wrinkled Shirt: High praise indeed. Thank you.
This is such a good cover of a great song.
Oh, this is good!