0:07 Lol nice. This sine-y main synth. Everything seems together and organic.
0:17 Even if that kick seems a bit overwhelming at a certain frequency.
0:28 OK these chords kind of helped bring it together.
0:35 That bass work. I get the feeling you're working a lot in that really low range recently.
0:51 Part of me does want to see timbre though.
0:56 That change in pace.
1:08 Not sure where this is going... it's a bit weird how it suddenly changes mood.
1:20 But this part is nice. Almost Twin Peaks-y jazz with a low pass filter on it.
1:42 Not sure about that riff. Seems a bit off kilter at the end. But I guess you like off kilter since that's part of your brand. lol.
2:01 This is nice though. Especially those strings in the back. I wish they came through a bit more.
2:16 Nice ending.
Overall the structure is very her and there, meandering between ideas without a certain direction, which is good and bad. It's kind of like, jazzy, but at the same time schizo. I couldn't see how you ripped off Aphex Twin, but that's probably maybe because I don't really know his full catalogue. But I could hear it maybe very very slightly near the intro with his latest album Syro, but even then it wasn't nearly as poppy and generic to be Syro copying. I don't even know what I'm saying because Syro isn't generic but it does sound somewhat like those generic techno backings to old YouTube videos where the audio was pulled because of a copyright claim. Or elevator music by Kraftwerk made modern, but in the best kind of way. Yeah, that's similar to how the first quarter of this song sounded.
Oh I just said I was ripping him off because the snares and the synth sounded a lot like Alberto Balsalm. That track had mainly low frequency stuff going on except for the interlude where it sounded like a kid was dragging a metal stick along a chainlink fence. I didn't have any of that high pitched stuff going on, and I guess the first part of the track could've benefitted from that. 2nd part was totally tacked on -- didn't feel like making it its own track.
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