Great job! I like how you somewhat stepped out of your comfort zone and tried to give another genre a go with your style though.
To be honest, I just made this track for listening purposes. I never thought it was possible to put some lyrics on this track. Nice and creative.
I like how some people have claimed that creativity reflects intelligence. Really nice man! keep up the good work. And if you need a track, in whatever genre that might be, I'll got your back.
It was a pleasure, as always, man. Wouldn't have been possible without you. I look forward to working with you in the future!
This sounds pretty awesome man. I enjoyed it personally.
Think it could have used a little more variation in the melody though.
Was hoping to hear some crazy keyboard solo in this somewhere but I didnt hear anything that stood apart from the normal melodies.
Overall its a great track though man.
Very nice, keep up great work bro.
The ending was awesome, felt like it could have been extended to go a little longer.
Tech - a.k.a - Ziegie
Thanks! I don't normally do techno, but I've sincerely missed working with Boenket, and I've been trying to expand my musical horizons a bit by reaching into new styles and whatnot. I didn't alter the beat at all, I just put in the vocals, vocal effects, and final mastering [which I honestly think I could've done better with, possibly spent a bit more time on.]. Boenket did most of the work, and that's what I would say about any song in which all I did was put vocals over the beat.
Maybe I should've done a synth solo myself at some point, I'll remember for next time. The melody could've varied a bit more, I suppose, but that would be more on Boenket. I just construct over the scaffold he sets.
The ending is personally my favorite part. I've used more of Boenket's beats than any other one beatmaker since I started writing professionally in 2009, but it's always felt like the vocals were the centerpiece of the tracks. His beats have always been skillful and melodic, but they've always seemed to sit comfortably below the lyrics, setting the tone. With the ending of this song- it seems more like The Rascal [Boenket] get's more of a chance to take the spotlight, which he rightfully deserves.
I'm glad you enjoyed it, man. I look forward to working with you again soon!
and I hope everybody else enjoys this and all the other tracks I have created/helped to create.