yea its good, dissonance is more interesting than harmony, its no rite of spring by any means but dont let that stop you from doing more stuff like this. the high point of the song was the second half.
Truthfully this doesn't work, dude. I'm not a music theory expert, but because you've mashed together 5 songs in different keys all of the melodies are clashing with each other. Sometimes dissonance works well, and depending on the tone of the song you can experiment with some dissonant chords or note progressions, and it can benefit your tune, especially if you're aiming for an ambient track. But because of the clutter, what it sounds like is, well, what you've stated really. It's five of your songs mashed together. If I were you I'd focus on writing a good riff or chord progression and just stick to the basics. I'm sure you're capable of writing a cool tune, and I'm sure people would be more than happy to listen to one of the five songs that you've overlapped with each other, as opposed to all of them. Good luck with your future endeavours, and I look forward to seeing what you put out in the near future.
Well it's safe to say this is frantic and stuffed full of stuff to say the least.
To be honest it's too much, the four or so different piano lines going on sort of clash together and it sort of turns to mud.
It's like when you mix too many colors together on a palette, eventually it's going to look like shit.
if you wanna ease into this kinda stuff feel free to check out the MOM I ost, I have it posted on here it shouldn't be hard to find