Berkeley Social Scene
: Maybe just a little busy for my taste in places. But I liked the feel in the break. And that synth solo is tasty. Nice use of the pitch wheel. And your melodies are good, if a little repetitive.Deadnettlez
: What the hell did I just get myself into? I don't know if I'm smiling because it's fun or if I'm afraid of offending someone whiletrying to get out without getting jumped by thugs. Regardless, I liked the creativity and kind of wish we had more of that going on here... but then I'd be kind of what might transpire if we did. Johnny Cashpoint
: I'm liking the arrangement and the melody here. Someone said this might be one of your better songs of recent listening and I'd agree completely. There is something enticing about this that just screams "hit repeat" when it's finished. Ken's Super Duper Band 'n Stuff
: Rawk guitars to start. Cool. It has an older rock (classic?) feel without being too dated. Garage rock guitars and vocal melody and rhythm are all fun. This one is sticking with me longer than most. I only wish there were some backing vox on the choruses (just a bit.) But one of my favorites this week. Pigfarmer Jr
: I hadn't listened to this in a week and I kind of like it. Not much too it, really, but still. shrts
: More rawk guitars, which I like. Clean production. Damn, that was short. But killer start to finish.Vom Vorton
: I thoroughly enjoyed listening. The melodies are good and I like the guitars. The mix might be just a bit muddy or masked, but it doesn't sound bad. WreckdoM
: Cool sonicscape to start, but I've noticed I tend to enjoy your musical choices. Or at least find them interesting when they don't sound thrown together (which, to be fair, is most of the time.) The vocals and the performance work well here. (Maybe up just a bit at the end of the opening section.) I'm digging the guitars. Heaviness to end is fun.
Ken, shrts and Vom are my top three, although this is a strong fight all around.