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Sep 9, 2011 | 5:30 AM EDT
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3 MB
3 min 14 sec
3.48 / 5.00

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Rated 3.48 / 5 stars
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Ambient/Experimental/Psyc hedelic



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Well the intro was alright and this piece sounds kind of strange anyways. Makes me think of a zombie infested city that you must try to survive and get out of. As you awake you see you are still on the roof with long pieces of logs linking you to other rooftops. You feel safe since any time a zombie gets on the roof you notice they have a strong limp and always fall off and any that do get close can easily be sweeped off their feet and fall to their redeaths. Very strange but really well done strange piece.

The synth has a high echo effect that gives a strange feel as if you are looking at zombies anyways. The distorted sounding radio gives a feel as if you are trying to find hope that someone else out there is still alive in the world fighting the zombies as well.

The bass in the back gives a feel as if listening to zombies groan and you hear someone bust open the door to the roof and quickly barricade it. You hold a gun up thinking it is a zombie for a moment and notice it is a friend you thought dead and give her a light hug in case she is infected. You quickly go back to watching the city while she comes to sit down with you giving a hug glad to see she is not the only one alive.

Overall, very nice ambient experiment piece. Zombies!!

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PsycheOasis responds:

I liked this review. It's amazing how differently people see things in music; especially when it's my music-- knowing how crazy and weird it can be. :3

Zombies! :D


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Reminds me of something you would hear on [AS]

In the weirdest way, this totally reminded me of something that you would see between shows on late night [Adult Swim]. I liked how this piece sounded abstract yet organized at the same time. The drums were very interesting in particular; I really liked the break-beat sounds as well (very flowy and different sounding).

Couple things about this I would have done differently though:
- Some of the samples seem to clip a little bit (watch your volume and EQ levels)
- I really expected a much heavier break-beat drop, and was slightly thrown off by the more simple turn that you took @ 2:27 (sounds like you started making a build-up, and just worked on without finishing.

Overall; Pretty Impressive work
~Dj Sonik

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PsycheOasis responds:

Thankyou. :D Yea, I do have a bad time at building things up masterfully. Sometimes I get lucky to where the all the sounds come together very well, other times.. I fail so hardcore.. XD


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Simply more than interesting

Definitely worth a trip. Haha, jk bro.
It gets very interesting after the introducing vocal samples, when all the synths come in and the main theme is settled. Brings up a very... robotic-sounding, mechanical, droning atmosphere, it almost reminds me of Sudeki, you know... the Krenn Lab. ;D
This is also a nostalgia journey over the realms of 8-bit and 16-bit videogames, those lost gems buried within our deepest, dearest memories, that forever changed us to the ones we are now. Again, sounds gorgeous enough for me to say it's got once more great potential.
Keep up bro =D

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PsycheOasis responds:

Thankyou! ^^