Reminds me of the specific decade I was playing SNES. Innocent youth, with this emerging, dark presence, yet it's warmly inviting.
You build up an expectation within this riff, which slowly evolves into an ongoing melody that just puts you in a trance. Once you physically realize this is happening while listening to your track, I then realize it's been 20 minutes, I've been staring at my computer desk, and the sudden urge to put this on a USB stick for those road trips! Awesome job on this.
The only thing I could compare it to, is 'Space' by 'the Butthole Surfers'. Which is entirely a good thing!
I was wondering if you ever put it on your USB stick and went out for that road trip?
I really dig that guitar sound, love the way the melody guitar comes in to balance it out. I could defiantly hear this in a game or movie makes me think of the horror or science fiction genres.
I hope you're right and someone uses it! Thanks for listening.
liked it. do you play the guitar? i used to play a little. sounds good.
I do play the guitar. Sometimes I'll get lost in a song for hours and I love playing live shows!
It's so relaxed and moody! I like the instruments and melody, too, and it loops well. Maybe it's a little repetitive, but I understand that ambient loops are used more as background music than anything else. One thing I didn't like was the effect/instrument at :07, :24, :49, and 1:01. It didn't seem relevant to me, and I don't think it added anything to the piece. Still, I like the simplicity of it and the great emotion that can come from that simplicity! Keep up the good work! :)
Good review! I will take your advice and make better things. I'm glad you felt the emotion.
It makes me tap my foot and start thinking up lyrics. Good job man!
Thanks! I'll buy you a new pair of shoes if you tap those out!