This is an Art-Inspired Music contest review.
Full disclosure: my rubrics include five factors, each out of 10, for a total of 50.
Loving the use of the grab in the main chord motif. I love the percussion in here. There are inklings of melody dipping in and out that I feel I can sing back with little effort. Nothing felt abrupt, and everything had its place. When you introduced some wilder variations to some already familiar melodic motifs it was really nice, and when you changed the key towards the end it was a very pleasant surprise.
I would have perhaps appreciated a little quieter part, and an ending whose features did get used a bit more in the rest of the piece.
No complaints as far as this piece is concerned.
EMOTIONAL RESPONSE: 8/10
It felt decently industrial, about on-point.
It sounds reminiscent of the Mega Drive-era soundtracks, but you've varied it enough to really own this style.
RELEVANCE TO ARTWORK: 9/10
Atmospherically, this is a very nice fit. The music does suggest some more activity that I need to mentally stretch to see past what's being shown, but it is a nitpick at this juncture.