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Jun 16, 2010 | 2:33 AM EDT
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7.7 MB
4 min 14 sec
4.38 / 5.00

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Rated 4.38 / 5 stars
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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Quite Right

Production games and breaks are straight win. You speak my language. 5/5

...and now for the rest of your catalog.

InvisibleObserver responds:

Thanks and good luck, some of it people find a bit harsh.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'm not going to proofread this. You sonofabitch.

I respect you a lot as a musician. I really enjoy seeing someone who strives for originality as much as you. Or perhaps the real treat is that you don't have to try to achieve originality. Unlike others you see music for what it is: art. And you see art for what it is: self expression. And you express yourself accurately, and you don't try to make it something everyone in the world can enjoy. You just make music that shows how you feel at the time you wrote it, and that's what music should really be. I have so much respect for that, and for you.

And even though you don't think my music is experimental when it CLEARLY IS (at least the ones i pointed out), I still think you're a cool guy. ;D (all sarcasm intended, i hold no resentment toward you.) This song actually reminds me of another Newgrounds user: lublub194. I just mean the drumming though, not the rest of it. You've both got that super reverbed, crazy automation thing going. It's neat.

I really liked the lead you chose for this. Very powerful in terms of describing the person you're trying to depict. The way this song progress and evolves really seems to tell a story, and very skillfully so. Great job all around, it's a fine piece of art.

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InvisibleObserver responds:

In that thread I kind of failed at suggesting experimental is not a genre. :P There's certainly elements of the influence in your work, some more then others (upon going back to your specific examples, yea its definitely there).

I'll be checking out lublub194, he better bet a god.

Overall I'm super pleased with how this song turned out... representative and without context is still a pretty nifty listen, so that's win win for me.

Thanks for taking the time to drop a review.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ruining Monotony

Absolutely stunning work on the drums, persussion, glitch fillers.
Very squarepusher/aphex twin/dj shadow "esque" in places.
I respect all the attention to detail, the surges of intensity, back to minimalist abstract rhythms.
01:20: beautiful melodies / progression.


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InvisibleObserver responds:

Thanks Tokolos, it means a fair bit to get praise from you.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Very professional work

0:20 Beginning to sound very much like Radiohead.
0:35 Wow. Pretty brilliant.
0:45 Bass kind of ruins the feel
0:55 Didn't expect that!
1:08 Warped out of reality...
1:24 Very pleased.
1:40 Sounds a bit like noise to me.
1:51 I really like your drums here.
2:04 Again, the techy bass sort of turns me off.
2:24 Sleepy time.
2:36 Oooh... like the orchestral touches!
2:56 I heard a voice
3:04 Beginning to sound too chaotic to my tastes. You might have a twisted mind.
3:25 I like this break.
3:33 Awestruck! Nice transition.
3:45 Still sounding like noise.
4:00 Ending spooks me out a bit. Likey.

Verrrrrrrrrrry professional work. Nice transitions, very chaotic though, and I do like a bit of order. I would get rid of the techy bass in parts... i just call it techy i don't know what type of bass it is :P But it sounds very verrrrry good at the start. Reminds me of Radiohead's Reckoner, in fact it's very similar. And Reckoner's considered one of the greatest songs of all time, so that says something. The chaotic melodies sometimes turn me off however. Overall very professional work. 8 out of 10. Thanks for letting me listen.

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InvisibleObserver responds:

Solid review, thank you for your competancy in the field of listening to music and articulating what you hear.