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Melancholy Revelation

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Date
01/31/2013
File Info
Song
8.9 MB
3 min 55 sec
Score
4.46 / 5.00

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Rated 4.46 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Electronic - Industrial
Tags:
melancholy
reflection
heartgrinder

Author Comments

My first musical offering in a while.

A month long depression and looking inward provided this track.

Enjoy.

Reviews


UnderJayUnderJay

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Eu realmente amei essa música. Ela é muito boa para ouvir quando está chovendo. Dá uma sensação de felicidade pós chuva, que tudo vai melhorar depois. Bom trabalho, Heart.


TheHeartgrinder responds:

Obrigado, amigo.

Para falar literalmente à sua metáfora, eu encontrar conforto na chuva. A melancolia que nuvens e produzir chuva, proporcionar um ambiente que estou mais confortável dentro do ambiente natural de tempestades são tão musical como esta faixa. Mas é difícil ser um músico de sucesso se eu só chuva gravar haha.


RevolutsiaRevolutsia

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Those little sounds in the background really add the "Pa Zaz" to it. This may not be a style of music that I love, but I like it!
But really, those little sounds... Ohh....
Also, you seem to make some of your best music when your depressed? Uh... Get depressed more?


TheHeartgrinder responds:

Unfortunately for my music, the depression has tucked itself back into the dark hole it crawled out from. But there is no need to fear. It WILL be back.

I've got a couple tracks in the final stages of production from "happier" times. Shouldn't be long now.


KFCCRUNCH13KFCCRUNCH13

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is different from your other works, that's why I enjoy it, not saying your others were not as good but this is somewhat of an improvement in my eyes. I really like this.


TheHeartgrinder responds:

I was at a point (creatively) to where I felt like I was writing the same song over and over. But don't worry, I've got a few tracks in their final stages that fall back into the old style. I just needed to exercise some demons and the normal beated track just wasn't cutting it. I'm glad you liked the musical shift and the result of it.

Thanks.