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Apr 10, 2007 | 1:58 PM EDT
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3.4 MB
3 min 44 sec
Score
4.26 / 5.00

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An incredibly relaxing tune with chill, dreamy synthesis (4:15)

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zpitfirezpitfire

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Woah...

Hey man.. this past summer I climbed a clacier and if there were 1 song i could describe my climb with, it would be this one. when I heard it for the first time it brought back all of the memories of seeing the sunrise at around 5am and thinking that I was the only one on this planet.. Its an amazing feeling that your song has revived in me. Anyways, Awesome song and for all these reasons you get my full 10/10



ChronamutChronamut

Rated 5 / 5 stars

dreamy and weird..

I sene a pattern emerging.. and I also feel a bit of kingbastard influence creeping into this song with the hardware-sounding noises in the far background around 2:20

the percussion seens very.. homemade.. almost like pots and pans - which is an interesting and odd contrast - and.. you really realyl like those soundscapes and donkey-kong-like synths hahaha :P

-shawn-


Buoy responds:

This one was fun, experimenting with all sorts of percussion and samples- pots and pans is probably something I picked up from a Reason Refill somewhere.

Dunno about the donkey kong-esqueness really, I've only played that very first old arcade game thing, and even then I gave up on the first try or so


YaimaruYaimaru

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

so glacial, man

this song's cool, litterally


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Buoy responds:

thanks! yah it's aaaairy


aldlvaldlv

Rated 5 / 5 stars

lovely

a great one... very calm...
very nice... I'm going to download it dude...
is pretty nice...


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Buoy responds:

Y can't I bother responding to these reviews <:/

I'll get to them all eventually <3


Suspended-3rd-ChordSuspended-3rd-Chord

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Glacialization

Once again, nice buildup in the intro. I love slowly progressing pads to lead into the intro. and the soft ethnic percussion hits(in the intro I think the conga/bongos were a tad too quiet-i know you like using subtle drums from the sound of some of your tracks but these were too inaudible). I love the wobbly synths(reminds me of penguins! :D) and the muffled, echoed, distant tone-sounds like a huge open ocean in the middle of nowhere.

the glitchy(for lack of a better word) are truly kickass and i love the feel of them in here. the abstract bassline melody is a terrific idea..shaker works wonders with the drumbeat.

the track never truly kicked in really-but it adds some uniqueness-just like a glacier-through the ice caps melting-to the sexually active penguins of Antartica.

the synth around 3:35 is a sweet addition too...i like the basic ending. some more feedback fading pads kinda like around 3:30 would be a nice append in here as well. lovely track SBB. diverse combination of ideas = win


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Buoy responds:

"the glitchy are truly kickass"

I feel a bit lost lol, cause I don't know of an instrument called "glitchy". If you mean them drums, prolly cause I had no idea how do make good drum patterns, so they sound sorta random.

Thanks for teh reviewo <3