interesting little piece, i enjoyed it
very interesting, nice harmony
Nice mix very cool mate dig it. And thank you for your recent comments mate cheers.
Great track mate dig it very cool
Well, you already know I adore this one: 5/4 meter, an unforgettable & unique hook, wicked guitar licks and a killer percussion/bass groove. It’s just perfect.
nice,,, i also use sonar, or at least pretend to
yeah, cool vox.
Quite captivating in an erie way. I like the contrast between the desperation that the vocal seems to imply and the offbeat and mildly harried timing of the music.
Oh yeah, this works! Great vocals! :)
I'm knackered right now..but I'm going to come back later and check your music out...from the picture alone, I have to guess I am going to rather enjoy it. :)
I like this for so many reasons.
man, you nailed it with the title.
this almost sounds like something that should be on the "Logan's Run" soundtrack.
interesting,,, the piece is epic and yet contained , like seeing a hurricane in a bottle,, well done
EXCELLENT! And 5/4 to boot!
it's actually a very sad and cool song :)
I would implore you to not quit. Ultimately don't we all make music for ourselves? Strangely beautiful piece!
Waiting for the AotM - well, no, not here, and Mysterium appears to have taken TiS down a rabbit hole. Thanks for the listen and comment. This is a nice smooth track!
I support the CBC liberation front! Definitely a unique soundscape here! I wonder what you and Bill Newbold could come up with in a collaboration. It might be fun!
nice! Sounds like you tamed the afterneath well - it can get a bit off to the races.
so ominous and deep!
This is epic!
man.... this is great!
Traversing the Nebula!
On theme and on message! Really like this! To quote Rodney King - "I just want to say – you know – can we all get along? Can we, can we get along?"
nice work - somewhat subdued and introspective
nice work here!
Thank you for putting this together! Sounds great!
Nice neoclassical trio - very pleasant!
The octave mandolin is available at music stores that deal in folk / country instruments. I bought mine used and is made by Trinity College. Not sure if they are still in business. Its double the size and not surprisingly tuned as a regular mandolin but an octave below. Search for Sierra Hull on youtube - excellent mandolin player and has some videos that compare the two.
this is cool - sounds very early electronic music with the pops and reverb - fav'd!