At 6/9/12 03:12 AM, tsukikomi wrote:
how dare you guys skip me
Doesn't sound half bad. I think I'd need more listen to fully appreciate. As for now, I give it a 7/10. The mood is good, and the use of accoustic guitars that isn't used for poppish cuteness is definitely a plus. It's well-performed and the chorus gives a good feel to the music.
At 6/9/12 03:14 AM, Tobi wrote:
Aphex Twin is pretty good, that's at least what I think with my very limited knowledge of their music. I'm not that huge on ambient electronic though. Except when it comes to Ulver. Aphex Twin does their thing quite well though. It delivers exactly what it tries to. Lenghty tracks with a good progression. I should like this, but it's always hard for me to fully appreciate ambient electronic. Dunno why, but I like my ambient to be more organic (Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Musk Ox, Next, etc.) I still give Aphex Twin a 7.5/10.
At 6/9/12 03:18 AM, Egotractor wrote:
I find it hard to review any and all Death Metal on first listen. It usually takes me quite a few plays to really "get" the whole track. Still, this track felt right to me on the first listen and this is always a plus. No pointless chugging like Deathcore kiddos do. No technical wanking. Actual focus on the rhythm section and song-writting, and the production definitely serves them well. I'll be looking for some more of their stuff :) ThatâEUTMs a decent lilâEUTM 8/10 for me.
At 6/9/12 03:28 AM, sweet21 wrote:
-You want something emotional and slow paced? Here you go.
That's still mid-paced. But you don't have to get all defensive. I apologize for my first post, it was kind of rude... You don't have to prove me that you know a lot of music. Good debates are based on words and not personnal attacks.