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Thanks folks x
Drums are very nice, are they just programmed ones?
Sounds ever-so-slightly Portico Quartet-y, but only quibble is I would have preferred slightly more energetic vocals. Second half makes me think of Paul Banks' solo album.
They are programmed but I took some care over them :)
Enjoyed the Truxesque wig out in the second half. You should stop giving yourself such a hard time :)
Even if the rest of my life is a mess, actually who cares as long as the music is ok :) thank cow!
reminds me a little of (weirdly I mentioned it earlier) Thomas White's solo stuff
really lovely songwriting. your grasp of chord-changes is excellent
These chords were fun to create for sure
It's too hot to sing good
I love the vocals and the harmonies. I particularly love that third chord in the intro for some reason. Production is pretty nice too.
Thanks man...gonna work a bit more on the production before I'm completely done with it, will probably come back round to it once its left my ears
But I'm not sure making jokes about suicide is ever good, even if it is me were talking about
If I made this, i'd be over the moon. Good stuff man.
Even if I had the talent to play the instruments and write the music, I'd still lack the motivation and patience required to record/mix/produce it so meticulously. Well done on all accounts.
It's not so tough really though with modern software
the drums are really nicely programmed, song structure is fantastic. Love the build up bridge/solo bit from 2.40.
What a productive week!
How long did it take from start to finish?
Got any more up your sleeve that you might dish out in a similar fashion?
But I might write another tomorrow
What's got you in such a creative mood then?
Keep posting it!
How you're keeping well amigo! :)
I'm ok, good days and bad days...I'm on holiday this week though so I feel pretty good right now
if I have a preference it's for the first one but yeah onwards my man onwards