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Your work is never lacking in substance or ability. These are just two outright reasons that anytime an LB thread catches my eye with the words No Floors, Its always worth dropping everything I am doing at the moment to be pleasantly blown away with what you are doing. Also, I feel no shame throwing it out there that Oil & Blood is still one of my immediate recommends to the question of "Heard any good music lately?" Also, not if but when you need the ability of a T-shirt model, Make mine a large and HIT MEH UP!
Originally Posted by Parricide
i prefer the sage. makes me truly believe the unbelievable.
very full, is how i would describe it. the evolution of the energy scope is there and it's so fluid you almost don't notice that all of a sudden you're in this turbulent sonically driving beat.
my only complaint is that there aren't enough (even super MINOR) changes happening from 4-8 minutes that kept me wanting to listen. I feel like there needs to be a rest or breath somewhere, even if it's short... or a modal shift that can raise an eyebrow or two. I just wanted to hear something happen in that time frame.
I echo the opinions of the previous replies, nice track.
I don't listen to a great deal of this noisier style techno but to me this is of similar sound to John Hopkins, with the heavy, slightly lazy side chain and that vocal cut at beginning and end.
Other things, the drop out at 4:45 doesn't quite fit, can't quite put my finger on why, maybe a high pass filter on the main lead at the same time would enhance the break.
The kick could use a bit more oomph (but this is probably because I've been listening to heavier bits recently).
Love how I got half way through and I couldn't wait to hear what changes you where going to make next. Great anticipation. Epic. Also, I thought the lack luster kick was perfect. Once again it left the listener wanting more almost waiting for it to really kick in but not giving way to full electronic dance indulgence.