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KKS - Urban Symphony

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Uploaded
Jan 11, 2012 | 1:19 PM EST
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Song
11.7 MB
5 min 7 sec
Score
4.14 / 5.00

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Rated 4.14 / 5 stars
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990 Plays | 77 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Ambient
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Kilroy was here.
KKS

Reviews


fraexcelfraexcel

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I can't really say how much I dig this without really embellishing. All in all everything is nicely balanced, and the dark and organized feel of it really gives off the idea of a semi-futuristic urban slum. Favorite part of it is 00:24. That is the ideal kind of bass thud. Listening to it on headphones, I always anticipate that part and kill my brain cells every time. Worth it.
Half a star removed because the underlying rhythm takes on a bit of uncomfortable..."chop" towards the end.

This is really something that artists of the electronic medium should learn from.



Wurfel-WafflesWurfel-Waffles

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This shit right here is kick ass.


KKSlider60 responds:

Thanks buddy ;)
KKS


The-Last-GuardianThe-Last-Guardian

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Urbanism

Simply phenomenal.
In dust outbacks, in the depths of oblivion, this is where we lay in wake. Standing in the midst in the ruins of society long fallen. Here is where we stand. Breaking down the walls, we enter a dream.
Nature's heart is at the center of the city. Breaking away from all authority. Here we lay in teenage rebellion. Denying the consertivity of the past. Here we stand against the world in the alleyway walls pitch black. Free as night. Elusive as day. This is the realm in which we stay.
This is our urban utopia. Imperfect to the core. We wanted to see the world, but we could never know that it was right here.


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KKSlider60 responds:

A transition that lasted for millennia and it's still on-going. Between the industrial realities and the delicate compromised equilibrium of what we refer as "nature". If we give up to our oblivious fears even more and let them consume ourselves from the inside, there's nowhere to go but a wasteland of regrets.
KKS