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Dreams - Icy Robot World

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Mar 11, 2012 | 12:49 AM EST
File Info
2.3 MB
2 min 30 sec
4.00 / 5.00

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Rated 4.00 / 5 stars
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515 Plays | 31 Downloads
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Electronic - Ambient

Author Comments

The Lost City is a story I made up back in late 2009, and that was around the same time I started making music, so I made up some tracks that sort of reflected the storyline. It took me about a 6 months, but then I just sort of gave up. I started using a new program, and I just left this album, sitting there, unfinished.

But halfway through 2011, I was listening to them again. They clipped and some of them weren't even complete. It was like C-3PO from Star Wars Episode I; there were parts showing everywhere, and although you could tell what it was supposed to be, it was quite obvious that it's just a prototype, but in the same way it's quite likable. So I decided to upload it as just that: something I was working on a few years ago and was proud of, but it's just a demo.

Right now, I'm like Anakin, going off the become a Jedi, but one day I'm going to come back and finish off what I've started here to make it gold.

I actually wrote a poem that was going to go with this, however the only place I had a copy was on a forum which shut down due to a picky admin who didn't appreciate the way my friend does things. It was something along the lines of "I was in this barren, white, landscape, and then this robot guy just sort of materialised slowly out of nowhere and we had had the coolest sword fight that lasted the whole night and then we got really tired and then I woke up."

Also, the first half of this track is an idea I was going to put at the end of "10-4" but didn't due to the song is already 4 minutes long.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I was quite surprised how quickly it evolved from those minimalist basslines, finding a renewed flow around the middle before suddenly getting back to that raw bass. It does provide a feeling of crystallized desolation, without being too obtrusive or excessively bothersome.
Quite a decent effort for being a work in progress, and I look forward to the final version.