Strangely catchy. You seem to be at the forefront of a new genre with this one.
its called mash the keyboard as hard as possible
Why anything? If it's awesome than that's all the reasons you need. What, there should be some deep philosophical thinking behind everything someone does?
Another great piece by Richardson. ''Unfortunate Girl: TWO'' is certainly going to be worth the wait.
It's easy to overlook the amount of detail and effort that went into this particular track. The distant vocals are a noteworthy ingredient, for example. Hopefully we will get to hear more of Dana's voice in her future works . But we can't be sure if that is going to be the case. What we CAN be sure of is that great things are coming our way.
These 17 seconds alone should be enough for Merzbow to throw his entire discography in the garbage out of shame. Needless to say, this is an excellent track. Masami Akita has been trying to do what Wayne does here for years. Wayne proofs that you DON'T NEED an army of macbooks, amplifiers, effect pedals and magnetic tape in order to create a unique sound. He just presents to ingredients: one guitar and an ocean of reverb.
I'm too unfamiliar with Wayne's material to be sure whatever this is a free improvisational piece or a more structured work. One thing's for sure: this track left me eager to hear more. All I can do now is wait.
An interesting review but thank you in anycase
They Tweet For You
The phrase ''They Tweet For You'' is undeniably one that makes you wonder about the meaning of it. Hopefully your able to find some explanation fo yourself by the time the song is over. But you will mostly likely keep thinking about it, thus, this song has found it's way of letting you listen to it over and over. Deservantly so.
Dana has explored every music genre imaginable over the years, with Ambient seemingly being her absolute strenght. ''They Tweet For You'' is my only argument for that statement. Richardson, deep down, is a storyteller and trough the medium of Ambient music she is able to tell some of her best stories.
This song can only be called a succses since it perfectly captures a state of being that cannot be explained in words.
"The aim of every artist is to arrest motion, which is life... and hold it fixed so that 100 years later, when a stranger looks at it, it moves again."-William Faulkner
I experienced the first 45 seconds as one big, pleasant goosebump. The dark ambient sound (ala Lustmord) felt like being trapped in an underground dungeon. The waves of distant roars and rumbles washes over your eardrums gently, each adding layer of haunting angst that will pull you deeper into the track, and deeper into the dungeon. (Listening to this with good headphones is a must.)
Needless to say ,as soon as the song faded into the piano piece, I felt a bit disappointed.
However, the ending made up for that. Those few extra pounding, rumbling basskicks left me with the same haunting feeling as before.
Totally feeling this.Thick bass, nice beat. Panning effect on the synth came out great.
Sytrus kicks ass.
Its in 96% of my songs.
Awsome! Do you rernember the name of the synths you used in this?
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