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New to this. Be gentle
>>Some good ol' post-punk.
working on new music videos and new collabs
newish single that i have just not been promoting.
This is pretty cool dude
>noise rock, industrial, hip hop, plunderphonics, electronic, free improvisation
>ambient, glitch, drone
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Reminds me of a nightmarish form of ICP instrumental tracks. Noise and dissonance does not equate with experimentation and interesting artistic direction. Pretty much unlistenable after a minute.
My only critique is that some of synth plugins sound a little cheesy. if you tighten those up with a more cohesive aesthetic (Think the difference between Neon Indian and Baths), I think you'll have more wholly original track that sounds less produced.
This is good. The drums could be better but I like everything else
This is great. It sounds really whole and really well produced.
I like the instrumentation on this
I started out making Bingo as a Death Grips type track but I gave up on it and just make it my own..
I will take ownership for a lot of the negative feedback on this thread. I apologize, I've been drinking. However...
I get a sense of some of these threads as circle jerk and promotion. I feel like every posts their tracks in the hopes that someone will them why they haven't quite made it to record label land yet. Or hoping that someone new will actually listen to it or sit through it.
So there you go. I'm a reviewer for a larger online magazine, who occasionally posts music in these threads. I wish they were more productive.
>indie, folk, lofi, improv
>sounds less produced
do mean less generic? because I want to have the strongest, fullest production quality I can
and yeah, I'm always trying to make my synths sound far removed from the presets but I'm still a novice haha. hopefully the stuff on Pawing will showcase more development (which is like the whole point of the album)
Well, both. The generic presets also tend to sound too manicured, especially for Indie music. I would try some weird effects on the presets as well. Maybe even distortion or pitch shifting. But I would try to get away from the sound. No one wants to listen to something and picture a guy over a laptop with Ableton or Logic open.
I'm excited about my upcoming release, so I'm considering releasing the first track later tonight and seeing what everyone thinks.
I have a new project that i'm starting and this will be the only demo i'm posting on here until the full album is finished
(yes, i posted a soundcloud track - just want some feedback from my bandcamp buddies)
>early 80s pop sung by a mental patient
I've heard these before and I love them
>noise rock, two-piece, female vocals, garage rock
$3 fer a tape
Actually thought this was very good, or promising. from what I'm hearing. Lot of strange chords. Vocals can be pitchy at times, but I don't mind the baritone. It runs the risk of being a little too self-serious at times.
Also, Absolutely abhor the percussion. A real drummer would open up the mix.
Been working on this new EP for quite some time now. Its our first time doing real studio work, and im pretty pleased with how it came out. take a listen
Very much enjoying these!
this is pretty good, love the crunchy synths. i think it might be a bit too repetitive for my tastes tho
i think i may have listened to this before, not very memorable. those vocals and lyrics aren't good. i guess if you're into generic radio rock then this would be your thing
ooooo finally somebody else making post-punk. pretty cool stuff. will bookmark and dig deeper another time
this is really bad and self indulgent
I like the songwriting. The lyrics are a tad repetitive for my tastes, and please let up on those god-awful midi keyboards. I think if you exchanged those Yamaha keyboard presets for interesting plugins of modeled instruments, it would sound ten times better.
>experimental, harsh noise on guitars and electronics, first LP on the way!
Tupac was a mean gangster who probably killed people. Aspie was a troubled, misunderstood young soul who never stood a chance in this cruel world show some goddamn respect next time
This was unspeakably gaudy. The introduction was way more interesting than the music that followed. Cheap synths and Right Said Fred-esque vocals. not my cup of tea.
I like these.
Completely comprehend the criticism.
But what makes you think I may not be a real drummer?
I believe you can't tell on this one, and this bugs you, because the percussion used is mainly sample based, or at least, artificially cut together pattern-wise.
At least four of the tracks on this EP have been made using real drums, played by a real person, allthough you just might not notice, since the atrocious and clumsy production.
Well, coming at a time where Meredith Graves has free reign to write and sing whatever the fuck she wants, your band will probably succeed. It's undoubtedly well put-together, and sounds like the very best of the genre. But it's also derivative of Blonde Redhead and Melt-Banana, which I'm sure your fanbase won't notice.
Good luck in future endeavours.
>pop, noise pop, eccojams, unfinished
Finished another rough draft of a track today, this thing will be finished soon enough
Good Nature - Good Nature
>ambient, 1960's throwback psych rock, boston diy, super laid back
I play in this band, just finished a music video for us. We're recording our next album at the house the some of the people from the bands Soft Eyes, mmoss, Quilt, and Woods live at. If you know any of those bands, you get the idea of the type of musicianship
Music video(a good starting point)
Thank you all. I just released this today, hoping to send out to labels (if they actually listen). I've left quite a bit of feedback in this thread already.
I like the rawness it would translate well if you ever did a tape release
this pretty original and there a lot of people who don't capture this aestetic originally but this material does.
some solid nihlisitc noise right there sir'
this threak is sick okayokay sweet
at this point I was getting doubtful but I dig it
lol omg wutzup guyz, see you tomorrow at spark city! its EonLippinsnapper still <3 you both
ok im gonna finish revving for now but maybe ill do some more, awesome shit so far everybody!
Felt like this was a generic wash of major chords, augmented by stereotypical hip hop beats. Reminded me of the worst of Vaporwave. Sorry guy.
early ursula tape artifact with real band member hair, bidding starts at $420
np bb, any opinion is a valuable one. luckily this is most likely the only vaporwave-ish album I'll be making so maybe I'll have something you'll enjoy a bit more at some point
I am planning on releasing cassettes! Good to know you think it would sound good
I swear i'm not trying to be a dick, just trying to bring a bit of honesty to these threads, but this is actually a lot less listenable than the other shit. There's nothing interesting or appealing about it, for me at least. Internet Boyfriend is pretty cool though. I think you're way better at making pop than whatever this is.
I respect that opinion no worries, I mean I obviosly had a compositional vision in mind that doesn't sit right with you. A part of me wanted some people not to really vibe with it because I wanted to have a really strange, hard to describe vibe, your heard the album so im sure you know what I'm talking about.
i think i can see where you are coming from and that it's just not for me. originally i thought it was just kind of shitty music but after listening a bit more i think i 'get' it. this might be one of those things that i hate initially but can turn into something i really like. that happened with current 93 for example. anyways, internet boyfriend and baby i'm an anarchist are actually fucking great pop melodies. inspiring because i'm in the middle of writing a pop album.
>Industrial Black Metal, Cybergrind, Vaporwave
> First Wave post-rock, Instrumental, Psychedelic, hints of western
if only death grips were like you and looked to gamelan instead of /mu/ for inspiration
I remember listening to some of your music in band camp threads a long time ago. I wasn't crazy about it before, but either you've improved or my tastes have changed. you've got a cool and unique style. lovely album cover too. definitely downloaded/rec'd
thanks man, I also just checkout your stuff, I dig the whole illusion of traditional pop structure over a no wave chassis (not sure that's exactly what you were going for, but I liked it)
If your band is ever looking to tour in new england in the future I know people, just send an email to email@example.com and I'll get you folks in contact with the right show throwers and such. I mostly know people in boston but also in other cities, I dont' know how well off you guys are contact-wise
>black metal, drone metal, folk metal, dark ambient and post-rock
>bummer folk, acoustic, lofi, emo-ish, whiny vox
this is a shitty demo and not that great a take but I'm gonna record it with a full band soon so I'd love any critique on the songwriting!
>emo, shoegaze, post rock, prog, black metal, alternative
>emo, shoegaze, jangle, cover songs