nice stuff as usual
very good stuff...i like the minimal-techno-like approach to it in the intro, as well as the kick ass beat that accompanies that oud (or whatever instrument it is).
it also builds up wonderfully.
secret chiefs is a project by three members of the now defunct mr.bungle, which was probably the best experimental rock band of the 90s (headed by Mike Patton)
Hey, nice to hear from ya! - I still haven't gotten a copy of anything by the Secret Chiefs - although I'm familiar with Mr. Bungle.
I'll have to look and see if you have anything new posted - if you don't, then I'll have to sit and wonder why not...
tasty tasty beats
man, that was some nice stuff, very good way to end a day just chilling back and listening to that.
although french is my first language i couldn't make out a word of what the voice was saying...sometimes delay can be tricky that way.
it creates a really nice atmosphere though.
Your english is a million times better than my french!
I don't even remember what the voices say - something along the lines of "Take me, in this filthy place...Fires of passion...??" something like that... It was a linguistic hack job though, it was English converted to French via bablefish and then run through a text to speech generator... plus with all of the effects on it it just becomes a jumbled mess anyway.
I appreciate the review!
...is what we say in good ol' québécois french to qualify work this goddamn amazing.
seriously, you make autechre look like kids playing with software they can't get to work properly.
the sounds, the timbres, the rhythm structures, the noise...it's all there!!!!
You are far too kind!
Talk to you later.
your stuff is much more polished and accomplished than my music could ever hope to be....i don't really have the patience to make complete, well produced and arranged music.
this stuff is mind-blowing
if i have some time, eventually, a collab like you mentionned a while ago would be cool (i just got out of music for a while....but now i'M feeling more inspiration than i have in a long time)
so if you wanna trade ideas and tracks, here's my email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey, I just sent you an email - as for being polished and accomplished... well, although I'm flattered, I would have said the same thing about some of your work. A collab would be great -
I'll talk to you later
the jugle loop remidnds me Bowie's "Little Wonder"
..is what we say in Québécois french when something it this impressive (it's like daying fuck...so it has many applications)
but yeah, KIIIIIILLLLEEERRRRR song. excellent sound, excellent composition, excellement singing and playing...wow.
is this band signed to a label yet? (it's that fucking good...sounds like pros)
i lurves them chopped up beat you've got there. and you've arranged them into a really nice time signature.
the synths are classic-sounding but very nice as well.
it might need a bit more momentum though, but it's still really cool
very very nice
i really love the atmosphere on this track. the synths and beats are top notch...sounds crystal clear. keep it up
very good playing
really, really nice rendition.
the song of storm part really reminds me of the music from Amélie Poulain.
keep up the great work
that is one nice piece of industrial-ish dnb, i for one really like the killer snares that punch right through the mix. the synths swirling around remind me of µ-ziq. very, very nice.
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