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Dec 16, 2016 | 9:37 PM EST
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9 MB
3 min 57 sec
4.67 / 5.00

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Rated 4.67 / 5 stars
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making music under the cold on the camp wasn't fun. glad i brought my laptop... anyway, look like fate smiled on me, the people and the cause. cuz right when i arrived and joined the demonstration, Army Corps denied the pipeline access. at least it halted until Trump come in power on Jan. the good news is shit going to be better. the bad thing is this going to be continue.

some stayed, like me, because cops are not leaving yet. i've been thinking packing up shit and leave. we have donated supplies to the camp, and the US vets are leaving. i'll probably stay around US until J20 demonstration in DC. i'm going to visit Baltimore, and maybe Ferguson, since there is the starting ground of this year's insurrections.

so i wrote this track to celebrate our small victory. agitation is necessary in any fight against oppression. i'm sorry that i haven't been written orchestra music lately. i don't have the strength to do long session of composition. it's freezing here.

i realized the most powerful matter i could do is to spread awareness among people, with my music. it's a powerful thing to communicate. as ForgottenDawn once said, music transcend borders. and this makes me come to another realization, that i was wrong to judge people's skin color and creed. because many from all over the world stand with me. i apologize for my ignorance.

Agitate. Educate. Organize.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

That hint of light amidst the chaos near the end. Beautifully placed. Quite the appropriate Xmas gift.
This track makes me think of a comet. A rare sight, indeed, but when it comes, you can rest assured it's gonna put up a show in the night sky. Time is painfully short, and yet somehow, it makes sense for so much energy to be unleashed in one grand finale.

Even with shitty earbuds your music is able to give me such powerful visions. Well done, mate.
I wish you safe travels, wherever you'll be.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

The drums feel a bit too loud at the start imo. Also feels pretty repetitive. But can't say those violins don't sound beautiful, especially with what sounds like quiet square pings in the background. Tbh it gives me vibes of a church song being played with a rock band as bombs fall around them, expecting to be hit, but end up surviving it.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I am quick indeed ;)
I'm glad you brought your laptop too! I hope you'll manage despite the cold. Really wonderful job with this piece, it sounds absolutely amazing! I love the mixture of sounds after the 3 minute mark and onwards. Such a cool blend of awesome souds :O
It's good to hear the good news too. Congrats on the small victory! I'm happy for that, even though it may not be much.

I don't know what else to say, other than good job, and I love this track! The bells-ish sounds at the end, once again, kind of bring about an epic Christmas feel to it, which is a genre I rarely get to hear, apart from in obscure movie soundtracks! I hope to hear more music from you, whenever you get the time to make it <3!!!

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Agitat0r responds:

wow holyshit you got the Xmas reference! i think the two people that understand my music more than anybody else, probably are you and Phono. after the darkness comes the light. it's quite a bad mix, because i used a pair of earbuds.

im not exactly 'back', more like doing things before i drop dead, which is definitely going to happen, sooner or later. kinda with IDGAF attitude and going on an adventure now, driving here and there. for who knows what. that news post was to preemptively announce so that if i drop dead tomorrow, people won't have to worry. again, im a pessimist person. sorry.

glad to see you around :). Merry Xmas!