Originally Posted by lebeux
jazzyspoon's track is bloody amazing
I dig that little vocal piece - "ok, now I'm starting to really enjoy it", and then the tune drops in. It amazing how different a tune can sound when you've just got out of bed
Keep it botanical:
I like that delayed sound that hits every so now and then. I find this a hard track to describe and comment on for some reason; I enjoy listening to it and all the elements come to together very well...but...hard to describe. For me this is rainy weather kind of music - where I just wanna be brooding over nothing in particular while the storm rages outside.
There's some cool little sounds dancing with the main percussive elements - like curious elves intent on finding out the meaning of this music even if it means them becoming a part of the music. Apart from that occasional lead/pad sound - I like that this is more a soundscape than a typically musical piece.
Stuttered drums ftw! The timing on these stutters & sounds is just great. It's like a robot learning to walk...uncertain motions that quickly get resolved by it's AI mind. Another cup of interesting sounds and odd timings floating around in this tea.
Curiously - there's something about this that makes me thinks of castles and blue skies and courtyards and warm summers. Really nice uplifting & interesting track as the album draws to a close & as this is more musically inclined than the soundscapes of the previous tracks - it kind of reminds me that this is a story being told & drawing to a close, so chill out and pay attention to what remains of it.
That combo of acoustic instrument and electronic beat is wicked. It's almost like it's bringing together the ideas seen throughout the ablum into a piece that I find quite neutral in that it's not really happy, sad, or weird or ethereal...it just sits comfortably on the fence for everyone to appreciate no matter the time of day - and for me that's a nice way to end the album: not to disturb what I've felt about the previous tracks - but just to take my hand and walk that final stretch with me.