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 :)
really good composition with excellent production. I heard sounds coming from beyond my monitors - phase shifting?
great music, it is like a speech. Prodding, pleading, shouting.
Such a huge expanse is painted here!
A cool microtonal experimental piece!
This is beautiful!
starts out with a hint of Ludwig and becomes full on contemporary classical. Really like the quiet part at ~2 with the sustain pedal down. I don't know why - 3:18 started to echo Gershwin for me though it really doesn't sound like his style. Overall its a really nice piece with a multifaceted set of moods and thoughts - I enjoyed this very much!
This is really an intriguing piece as the song writing is somewhat Beatlesque with a totally modern sound. I love this even more than the previous view into this piece.
I really like how unusual this sounds
beautiful in its sadness
really well done!
this may be long, but it isn't empty. I really, really like this one!
it opens like a hurdy-gurdy! Your layering is so orchestral - wonderful work
This is cooler - the SE-02 seems to be quite a nice synth~!
love the runs in this piece! Very powerful!
I'm in awe of how you make these pieces every week. This is excellent contemporary classical music. I agree with Bill, beautiful ending!
But four young Oysters hurried up,
All eager for the treat:
Their coats were brushed, their faces washed,
Their shoes were clean and neat--
And this was odd, because, you know,
They hadn't any feet.
Four other Oysters followed them,
And yet another four;
And thick and fast they came at last,
And more, and more, and more--
All hopping through the frothy waves,
And scrambling to the shore.