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>industrial trap, noisy, hip hop, footwork
Track from an upcoming mixtape/split
>One Man Band
John Cage beat you to this decades ago
>noisy live improv
>drums and guitars
ambient or ambien?
Gonna try to leave feedback later
>Beautiful mixture of Tone Based Drone and Poppy IDM
downloaded both of these in prior threads.
>Lively melodic electronic music
>Progressive song structures
>Lots of acoustic instruments
Listening to Gossamer. Just great, love the soundscaping and production. Guitar at 5 min is cosy as hell.
One more physical copy left
thanks for listening
Really digging this. The production sounds really great and the songs are catchy - good job, Sweden
My name is Stacy and I'm a guy, so the song "Stacy's Mom" has been an unfortunate constant in my life since it came out. "Stacy" had me laughing pretty hard, good going
>synthpop, dance, funk
>”Dance music for people who can't dance. I ain't never heard such awkward lumpy rhythms before.”
>post-modern, synthpop, grime country
This is really good industrial rock and the album cover fits the music perfectly
>(in one song, kinda) noise rock
>all instruments played by me
> experimental rock
one man band
>from depressive black metal to piano based and narcotic rock music
>fuck you guys, ill take some xanax
>Experimental, Various Genres
>(I Reckon That I Should Thoroughly Apologize For My Atonal Actions)
>Ambient, Field Recordings, Folk, Lo-Fi, Outsider, Random, Sound Collage, Vaporwave.
Accompanying Visual: youtu.be/JpVORGtTfQA
Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thank You. :)
> Drone, ambient, electronic
Returning all feedback
>sad girl feels
>post punk inspired by PiL, Kino, and Oh No It's Devo
>"garbage 'guitar music' that has been done way better by countless more talented people"
Noice. The acoustic instruments work really well with this kind of shit. I like it a lot. It Bites was my favorite. Your page's aesthetics and your name are both very strange (not that I have any room to talk about shitty names) but it's fine as long as the music is good.
Dope stuff yo. I really like the sort of 80's hardcore style vocals. There's a little bit of pitch/sing-y quality to them that's suits the aggressiveness of the tunes without being totally atonal. Good stuff.
This is pretty good but you really have to work on your consistency of volume across any given song. Especially on Orange County Space Station there were some parts that were way quieter than others. That one was still my favorite out of all of them.
I don't really get what's happening here but I do kinda like it and I've learned not to question my feelings. The one about cannolis hit me somewhere special.
I'm curious what made you create something like this. It's artistically valid, as valid as anything else in this thread I guess, but I just don't understand the motives behind making it.
>phase1.0 (give me a rating between 1 and 10)
>i'll be returning feedback!
You know what I think. Nice stuff, and I'm glad you're having fun with music
I like the sound design on this a lot, and it reminds me a lot of Endo or Nakamura
Great music, but the mixing needs a tad bit of work
>I just don't understand the motives behind making it
just wanting to make music and self expression, but maybe that's vague or the case with all music. most pop I listen to it outsider music; maybe that comes across.
This is odd and not really my cup of t
You can work on your vocals, but otherwise this sounds nice
I love the noisy texture of this, and I enjoy the songwriting as a whole
This is one of the funnier comedy music projects I've heard in these threads
i guess that's kind of the answer i expected. The way i see what you're doing, i guess, is totally destroying typical notions of dance music/electronica and what it "should" sound like. Which is cool. I'm no big fan of that shit so i'm not assblasted over it, and I think taking a genre and turning it ass over dome is a perfectly acceptable goal without needing some deeper meaning behind it. To a certain extent that's what I'm doing with my own music.
>fake OST from a fake 80s movie starring Ezio Greggio
>if you don't know who Ezio Greggio is, i'm feeling bad for you
make some tea bud
>Punk, noisy, rock
We're back familia
>"sounds like the 60's"
>krautrock, psychedelic rock, experimental
>Can, Sabbath, Zappa, Zeppelin
Any and all feedback will be returned as long as we're at the computer
Check out our new single.
The single wasn't bad but it wasn't nearly as interesting to me as the full-length. The first song on it had this super cool neo-baroque kind of vibe that I can really get behind, and there's a lot of variety across the rest of it. I've never bothered to listen to any krautrock type shit before but I guess I'll have to now.
>electronic, instrumental hip hop, fuzzy, scifi
RAW EP - little pieces of raw data spliced together, making complete tracks
Kind of losing hope in a lot of things right now
pretty spacey. I like it. Feels like some kinda space meditation. The bassy vibrations and ocean waves swirling in the stereo pan are beautiful, like great planets shifting in orbit.
I love these album covers! The bandcamp page and banner could use some more of this art as it's just blank white.
Rec. for an epic space gaze.
Your page has my attention already. Quite a demanding choice, AM and FM. This is brilliant.
And now that I've gotten in, I've read what you've written. I must say this might be the most high art bandcamp has ever looked.
Every radio wave is a lost soul bouncing through the air for all of time, and this reminds me of that feat.
You have proven your point: radio is a fascinating and beautiful noise.
This is a great project.
I recommend checking.
Your first words are "wouldnt let him drown in the sound"
That's exactly how I feel.
This makes me feel very schizophrenic. The words depict lost yearnings to go, do and fly far from fears, yet it all sounds so claustrophobic as if the hope of escape is already lost.
You're covering a lot of sound with this piece that gives the mind a sharp, cluttered floor I'd need to mind my step in.
Pretty spooky. It's one single song, so I recommend.
Who wants one?
Well thank you very much!
Tags are tags, really.
Krautrock is merely part of our inspiration, as we tried to focus on expressing the feeling of the music within limitations of an era's tech rather than simply emulating songs from the olden days of the late 60's and early 70's.
Our new sounds will always harken back to them, but we hope to approach an even more unique craft separate from genre with each new release.
Thanks for listening, and if you want some good krautrock, Can's Tago Mago is always a good start.
>indie, ambient, gaze
This is me:
This is my BC. It didn't work before. I am derp, please forgive haha.
Very chill music always works the best here.
I like the deft appropriation of effects; the key is that they're not so overbearing as they are offering different textures within the arrangement. Everything is clear and has it's place, even the distant fuzz guitar and whispy synths in Customs.
as I have nothing but nice things to say about it. And I felt nothing but nice vibrations comin from it.
Well, I'm laughing out loud and way more than I thought I would. The Weezer song had me kekin hard to myself. The cuts just get me every time.
Like a digital gatlin gun pumpin out bytes at tremendous speeds.
I like this a lot.
Noise is great, but every time I see a band on here doing it, I find myself having to skim forward to see if it varies any for the 10 min+ I'm sitting for.
For the sake of others here I did so here, but let me tell you that I regretted it, and only got sucked into other parts.
This is the sound of digital warefare, dynamic in its horrors.
Please regain hope and keep making this.
It's my favorite noise so far from 4chan.
First things first, the purple font is atrocious. Fix that.
The narration is underscored by faint tape noise, like the thoughts of remembrance are tainted by time.
And the breaks between the words and the music are great for pacing. It would work for a good opener as well.
fuck genres. It is what it is.
>atmospheric electronic, cold ambient
>pop-punkish/emo flavored alt rock
>track 3 is kinda psychedelic tho if you're more into that
just released a new album, my faves are lemon tree and orphan school creek
>indie, emo, lo-fi
Here's my Bandcamp, and my new single that's on SC which I hope that you'll check out.
It's been a while since I wrote here, or uploaded music.
This new single called "Worth It" has some Toronto vibes, over "trappier" production than what I've previously done.
I return all feedback!
Mostly ambient electronic stuff.
listening to this now because I luv me some pop punkish emo flavored alt rock.
The guitar riff on the first track was pretty catch and the vocal harmonies were pretty sweet and helped tie the track together. The part where the instruments dropped out and the vocals repeated the chorus was pure pop punk goodness.
wonderland had a really cool guitar solo and the drumming was pretty sweet.
the guitar on lucid was pretty great, really had a floaty feel to it. always love me some ska strumming :)
the vocals on bad habits are sweet. you have a pretty good range and you can really hit those high notes. idk if you've heard of the jetty boys but the vocals remind me of them.
love the kick drum on Old Fashioned, really propels the song forward and the guitar tone is really warm and inviting. the last repetition of the chorus with the cymbals was very pop punk.
through the rye was my favorite track on the album, you really painted a pretty picture with this track and with the lyrics :) the closing build up was great
overall if anyone is looking for some sugary pop punk this will def scratch that itch. I'd give it a 7/10
this is me
>industrial?rock? i dont know
>sad pianos and distorted drums