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Woah. Harsh sound design at the beginning. Sounds a little grating, but the rhythm by :16 is really creative. The progression is a bit lopsided, by which I mean it doesn't have a clear directionality to it. The experimental sound design is impressive, but my personal tastes require a more cohesive structure and clear harmonic framework. Given that the piece is so short, I think the current content you have in here would function quite well as instrumental breaks to relieve a more grounded structural form. That said, I can certainly see why it's getting so much attention from the NGUAC judges and/or community. The strong production definitely enhances the punchiness of the rhythm, the gritty sound design, and the haphazard nature of the progression. Keep at it, Pusga!

Oh such texture. I'm not sure what's going on, but those chords at 0:32 got me like <3 Definitely couldn't dance to this since I can't dance, awkwardly wiggling will do. I have no critique other than wishing rhythm were slightly more constant and consistent. In that area I think you may have actually gone too far for maintaining a groove. This has ceased being electronic dance music and moved into the territory of avante garde art piece.

Wow, lots and LOTS of different sounds here! I also like your use of silence - sometimes it's all about what you don't hear. Sounds a bit like Igorrr or UnexpecT without the metal. The energy and uniqueness would make this good for a rave or some niche performance art like fire dancing.

Pretty awesome, dude! Kinda sounds like if Drukqs-era Aphex Twin made a house track. Super smooth, yet mindbogglingly complex.

This is really cool! And experimental! This would make wonderful background music. I loved the glitchiness and mixing you used for this track.

Credits & Info


4.15 / 5.00

Jun 29, 2018
9:09 AM EDT
File Info
6.5 MB
2 min 51 sec

Licensing Terms

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