Which one of these is the most unlikely?
1. You continue to post music on Newgrounds 10 years after joining.
2. I continue to review your stuff 10 years after my first review on one of your songs.
3. This song, written 10 years later, is still awesome.
I'm not even sure if you remember me but somehow I remember spamming a bunch of your songs 10 years ago with reviews. I thought they had a really interesting and tasty vibe to them back then (and, relistening to them now, they still do. Your approach to the whole music deal was always really interesting, with a focus on melody and atmosphere over production), and honestly you've probably had a big (mostly subconscious) influence on the way that I eventually took my music.
And listening to this one... it's pretty much the same deal as your older stuff, except a lot more mature.
Wow this song is really interesting though, it's so dark! The chord progression is this twisty thing. Something I've been noticing is that you're really into using high pitched noises to fill out the song. And it's really a cool idea, it makes me imagine stars. That bass sounds like a dubby sort of idea, but it's not obnoxious, it just adds to the creepy atmosphere. The atmosphere is just wild, filled with all sorts of little plinky ideas that come and go.
Anyway, of all the people who did leave from 10 years ago, I'm really glad that you're around and writing music. Though honestly? Could you write more than one song a year? ;-) This stuff is so inventive that I would love to hear more.