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4.34 / 5.00

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Initial instrument is made up of samples of me playing a Pvc didgeridoo, started as a weekly one hour composition. I decided to work on it much more.



Rated 4 / 5 stars March 11, 2010


very interesting atonality

dude that is pretty awesome with the didgeridoo

good glitches and whatnot, but i expect that from you xD

InvisibleObserver responds:

Yea brah brother dude man guy, totally.


Rated 4 / 5 stars February 1, 2010

Really interesting.

Thanks for sending me a message, that was well worth a listen. Very creative.

InvisibleObserver responds:

Been posting kind of weirder stuff as of late. Though I'm getting cleaner at doing so which is nice. :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars January 26, 2010


ok so i've freaked myself out when i started watching the badger visualization to this song and mushrooms and badgers were flying by as the song trudged on like and elephant on acid.
This piece has to be the most... odd... I've heard out of your collection. You listen to and go "... um... what?" But it plays to that type well.

Coordinated discordance I guess, lol.

You have the glitch in there as usual (its your trademark).
ok... umm, I'm gonna be honest. I don't how i would review this :(
Not a bad thing, not a bad piece.
It was... interesting. I liked it. There is nothing more i can think of to say :(


InvisibleObserver responds:

Thanks is hard. ;)


Rated 5 / 5 stars January 11, 2010

gets really awesome around 2;37

Overall its a pretty damn sweet track, you should be proud of what youve got here, music that really sticks out. Sounds like proffesional funkyness

InvisibleObserver responds:

I'm proud.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 10, 2010


I couldn't understand the randomness before 2:10
but after that the transformation was awesome and the melody was nice.

InvisibleObserver responds:

Certainly takes some getting use to, its far more dissonant then what I'd call random - but thats mainly cause I spent a lot of time creating it, so I'm a bit biased in that regard.