It's About Time you hear this.... (reviews)
Posted: Sat Jul 20, 2013 10:45 am
Y'all been too nice lately. Let'm have it!
negative people... negative bands...
Spud wrote:Y'all been too nice lately. Let'm have it!
Generic wrote:: I actually haven't seen that movie, but you're not the first person to suggest my songs should be sung by puppets.
reve wrote:Caravan Ray -
This was quite pretty. Circa 1986 my friend Jeff got a copy of Phil Collins' Face Value and I thought it was like, the awesomeist. If this came out in the same era you would have kicked Phil Collins' bald ass. (Second listen: I think your use of the phrase "about face" along with the minimal electronic drums and the "you know I'm right" repetitions made me recall Phil.) Vote.
reve wrote:Fitz Roy -
I would totally buy this early-90s Screeching Weasel record... It'd be double awesome when they played it faster live... I even grabbed the bass and played along with this for multiple listens, that's how much it moved me. Clear Vote.
is that real drums I hear on this track?... I like the punk-style vocals, reminds me of Green Day before all that 21st century breakdown nonsense. This track would have sounded so neat with vocal harmonies though man... I saw in your comments that the guitar is an acoustic with distortion?
Spud wrote:It's up dude. If you ask me, counting on the fightmaster to be late is where the shenanigans happen. Who do you think you are, Billy's Little Trip?
reve wrote:Eric, J. -
Serendipitously, I bought Gin for the first time about half a week ago. (PS: Yes, I miss my better half. If you didn't know, Ujn recently got married and has been otherwise occupied. He and I did release a new 2-track of new, non-SF material a couple weeks ago, though. Feel free to check it at http://photovoltaik.bandcamp.com/album/shape-form/ ) Your piano sound is beautiful. What are you using now? I was waiting for the drop at 1:07ish. Anyway, Warren Zevon would be proud. Vote.
TheGhostWithin wrote:13. Jon Eric
I like the keys, nicely played man. The lyrics are well-written too. The drums work nicely in this style, a little reminiscent of David Ford. Could have perhaps added some guitar to the mix somewhere? It just might have pushed this track right up there. But thats nitpicking, its a great track.
Generic wrote:When I'm recording "full band" songs, I wind up applying a couple of layers of reverb to keep it from sounding like it was recorded in a completely different room from everything else. BLT was giving me a lot of grief about this for a while; I wonder what he thinks of this recording?
Billy's Little Trip wrote:Generic wrote:When I'm recording "full band" songs, I wind up applying a couple of layers of reverb to keep it from sounding like it was recorded in a completely different room from everything else. BLT was giving me a lot of grief about this for a while; I wonder what he thinks of this recording?
I think it's absolutely perfect, right down to the pad in the back creating a wonderful atmosphere. You finally got the clue. Good job jo-nair.
BBABM wrote:havarti on rye: you are way better at the EDM than I... however this song doent really feel like it goes anywhere, just around in circles. maybe some more breaks in the beat or something.
reve wrote:Havarti -
You had the timerity to drop Gilligan on us? Interestingly, I've been thinking a lot about the twin failed brands of Adam Ant and Star Wars, so this resonated for me. But I think I don't fully comprehend your art.
TheGhostWithin wrote:6. Harvarti on Rye
nice deep kick drum, and cool production/mixing. It sounds like something you might hear in a club around midnight. Cool bassline further in too. There are some cool sounds going on here.
Generic wrote:I wrote the rest of my reviews, and I could have sworn I posted them, but they're not here now.