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Nov 24, 2008 | 8:14 PM EST
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1.4 MB
2 min 1 sec
4.28 / 5.00

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A new demo from my album... This is something I've been working with off and on for about 2 years now; I've finally settled on a sound I'm comfortable with. Sort of a jazz/dnb fusion. Recorded guitar and keys are all done by me ; )



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good song, but it ain't Jazz.

Somehow in your attempt to write a Jazz song you've written a New Wavey Police song, except with less interesting drums, but Sting's not singing, so that basically makes it the best song ever.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

very nice

the opening is beautiful
this one has a nice serene feel which is very nice to hear in dnb (or at least i think so), its really catchy which i like as well, the only advice i could give is that the section at about 50 seconds lasts twice as long as it should and if a listener isn't basking in the melodic glory then they might get bored with that bit, although im sure the electric piano will be enjoyable for anyone (its epic), the transition from that to the guitar part though sounds awkward and the guitar seems slightly too harsh, i say this but I'd have no idea how to fix this...
this review has been mostly negative but this piece is very very nice (can't wait for your cd!)

lush to say the very least

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


id like to hear this song completely finished, keep this sound its awesome


Rated 5 / 5 stars


not bad 0.0


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is not really jazz...

It's very New Wave-Indy. I love your use of guitars, but I think that's the reason I say it's Indy. The upbeat tempo counts for the New Wave part. I like it. I'm poor right now so I can't buy your album. Blah.

cornandbeans responds:

Indie really doesn't have a set sound, it's a method of marketing rather than a genre in itself. I honestly think it's pretty close to jazz, just with a more atmospheric tinge and drum and bass influence.