post your projects and review others if you have the time
>death pop / electroclash / chiptune / digital chaos
love it and I love you
shout out to my boy, myself
I'll be back to review a few in a bit.
shit man, i remember listening to some of your earlier releases and not being much of a fan. but this is some next level shit. i'm not familiar with 'noise pop' whatsoever but this is exactly what i would expect it to sound like and i'm in love. "Dance With Me" is a catchy pop tune yet it keeps this awesome dark, noisy, glitchy atmosphere. Those vocals are absolute sex. Definitely checking out the rest of your album, will get back with you after i finish.
>psych, garage, post-punk
>New York and Philly
In the midst of recording, stay tuned for more, so please enjoy some tasty live tracks.
>pink punk, moxy-rock
>ambient, drone, glitch
>noise rock, math rock, shoegaze
>jangle indie stuff
>groovy psych, laid back music to drink coffee to
>star trek comedy funk rock
>sample based psych pop
>psychedelic space fun times, love the artwork
I'll be in and out reviewing shit
I still really enjoy your cool gothic vibes. I'm tempted to download this but you seem to either add a new song or still have some of those weird vocals too in the foreground. I'll be watching closely though.
I've never seen you before so I had a little listen. Pretty good vocal work and guitars, it has a charming effortless sound to it all. It sounds like just a few friends singing for a very small party at another friends home or something. It's cozy.
Two all new songs and 3 more to come! I'm trying out new ideas so things are going to get a little strange.
>inspired by 80s post-punk, minimal synth, darkwave, etc. and has lots of reverb
gonna write a review or two in a while
Palling Around - great opener, definitely sets the mood for the rest of the album
Too Soon - great lyricism coupled with great vocals. all around pretty decent little singer songwriter piece. Are you using a vinyl plugin? I'm not sure how I feel about those skips. I don't think they work too well with the clean sound of this track
Dance With Me - you already know my thoughts on this one
27 - i'm not a huge fan of this but that might be a personal taste thing. perhaps a bit repetitive? i don't know. but again, those vinyl skips are starting to get distracting.
Hanging Around - woah that icy synth in the background almost sounds like the vocal melody of the previous track, which is pretty fucking cool. It's got this nice early 80s pop vibe to it with this cool noisy lo-fi twist. The almost xiu xiu-esque vocals treat this track very well. The "OOOOOOOOOOs" are pretty elias bender which is awesome. the pitch shift around 2:40 harmonizing with your vocals is absolutely amazing. that whole "just hanging around" chorus is fucking perfect. FAVORITE TRACK
Katarina - I'm starting to like these soft track breaks between the noisy tracks however it just doesn't suit my own personal tastes. i could definitely see how others would really enjoy it. anyways, solid lyrics and songwriting. can't really say much more other than it all sounds very honest. i do think it could be a bit shorter
Ye-Ye Boy - oh damn, this one surprised me. very folk-freakish psychedelic pop. this is a great track i just wish it had some more variation. maybe this one would be better if it was a bit shorter. i would probably have a different opinion on some kind of hallucinogen
Take My Shirt, I Don't Need It Anymore - this is exactly how i would want this album to be closed. soft, haunting, and melancholic. the main synth is like candy to my ears, along with the sporadic arpeggiated thin ice synth. beautiful. this track made me feel physically cold.
guys, this is an amazing album that deserves more attention. it keeps a consistent sound with out getting boring. personally, my favorite tracks were the noisy ones - pailing around, dance with me, hanging around, ye-ye. and take my shirt. can't wait for more material
it took me a bit to find out that constantly adding new tracks to incomplete albums is an ugly thing to do so i completed the EP/album. Yes, Timothy's Serpent still has the weird vocal screeches in the foreground but I kept it to have some radical contrast. i understand how it might be a bit distracting but i like it that way.
also, i listened to your new album and i really enjoy it. however, i miss your vocals.
>THIS IS HOW THE TREE BREAKS
>advanced folk, r'n'b, alt rock, Paris, France
We started as a folk band then move along, and we're going to release a new ep with much satisfaying stuff and also get video clips yeaa we rich in 50 years
solid solid solid psychedelic rock.
not a huge fan of the genre so i don't know what else to say but i can tell this is something that fans of the genre would really dig. the production, guitar tones, and that rich bass are all amazing.
okay this is fucking amazing. i fucking love darkwave and you've done it extremely well my man. perhaps a little less reverb on the vocals would be better but heavily reverbed vocals on this sort of music works perfectly.
um oh fuck this is fucking crazy. i'm getting this wovenhand vibe from this. like avant-garde country. this is amazing. this is something i want to listen to.
dude ignore my comments on the vinyl skips because apparently it's something my computer/headphones are doing
>decide for yourself what genre it is
This is great, I love your voice and the songwriting is top notch.
Fan va fett, min farmor bor på Sandoy. Riktigt fin produktion och väldigt bra trummande för övrigt.
Great voice, you remind me a lot of King Krule.
>mr bungle/ariel pink influenced freak out, multi genre shit I recorded in my bedroom
Will be doing reviews later, can't do them at the moment sorry dudes
pretty cool, i love the gothic style. not a fan of the guitar tone (except on 4th track, love that one) and the production is a bit messy but I assume that's partially done on purpose.
thank you so much, man. I know I did something right when fans of darkwave enjoy my stuff
Hey guys, if you could vote for me on this poll for Portlands emerging artist of the month, it would mean the world to me cause you'd really be doing me a solid. thanks!
3 tracks up at the moment, 7 track demo EP out Friday on CD as well as bandcamp/soundcloud! Raw production, will return feedback.
>lo-fi, psychedelic, fuzz
headed to class, will review some of you homies when I get back.
>atmospheric/minimalist folk, some freak folk
Thanks for the support everybody
Great as usual:
>>53514787 (First time listening to this today so the 'as usual' does apply I guess, but I really like it)
>you are our 99999th visitor
we should all hang out
>Dark Ambient/Drone/Post Rock
>Black Metal/Dark Metal
First focusing on finishing the album (it's taking me pathetically long and I apologize but I'm almost done) but yes, cassettes will be made.
I'm also going to be selling some hand-spraypainted t-shirts so that'll be fun
> hip hop
Love this. Production quality is really high and it sounds as crisp as your previous work.
I like how some of these track slowly morph into a really violent mess of noise. Amour is my favorite.
Sounds good. Singing is great but the mixing could use some work. Sort of fade in and out a little too quickly.
I like the tones you use in The Gulls. Into the Deep has some crazy guitar work on it.
This is awesome. Really unique vibe from this. Before I Disappear is a great opener. We Don't Talk Anymore So I Can Finally Write a Song About You is probably my favorite. Love the frenetic pace.
I like the lo-fi quality to it. Definitely adds some character to the delivery. A little too short, though IMO.
a lot of random stuff
Reminds me of Dreampop, noice stuff
cool style and art mate
loving the vibes
>noise rock, industrial, hip hop, plunderphonics, electronic, free improvisation
>ambient, glitch, drone
Like me on Facebook here: /cashewmusic
I wish that the tracks were a bit more focused, but there's a lot of really interesting stuff here. I think that if you refined your sound a little then this could be really great.
Fastest Motorbreath cover you've ever heard.
>music for face
dave: thank you
>instrumental alternative electro
>not good at genres
>lo-fi, indie rock, casio drums, fever jamz
I always review you guys :3
Would really like this if you took the whole thing a bit more seriously.
I feel like you've got good music in you but you're too lazy to actually try hard and make it as good as it could be.
My advice is to work on another album, rather than seeing songs as something to work on for an afternoon then upload to bandcamp, I'm not saying that to be mean but that's how it comes across when you upload one song at a time and the covers are all jokes
Over It genuinely has great potential. Also You Claim is fucking awesome.
>ambient, drone, Krautrock, weird pop
check it out
will post reviews shortly
Srry bud, but I feel like your drummer and vocalist gotta step it up. the drummer's fills are off a lot and the singer's runs are really outta key :(
I was groovin pretty much the whole way through. Really dug it
I really like the atmosphere, but I feel like it might go on for a little bit too long. Maybe condense some of the ideas down a bit? Just a susggestion, IDK. It's not bad at all, though.
10/10 album art
I'm sorry but I don't have the time to listen to a 22 minute track, so I only listened to 7. I mean it's pretty cool, I don't normally fuck with vaporwave though, so I can't really offer any good critisisms. I liked it, though :3
holy shit you guys are tight, if you ever tour, get a facebook or something, I'd def catch yall.
>he's a drugs man he's a drugs man he's a drugs man he's a drugs man he's a drugs man
I weirdly liked it. could see this working in like a soundtrack or something.
thanks for the compliments, Yeah I definitely work on a lot of these songs for like 2 hours late and night and then dump them. Thanks man, after my band broke up I really started to accept a lot less of myself. Guess that shouldn't be the case, huh?
thanks for the listen and love to both of you for the kind words
Not feeling the first track, but the rest is just amazing mate, keep it up
Not me but I want her to get popular
>lo fi bedroom pop
>side project, recorded to tape
>you'll probably like it if you like my other albums
>emo, dream pop
the maantis discography:
>electronica, neo-psychedelia, experimental
>electronica, horror glitch, experimental
>noise pop, electronic rock, neo-psychedelia, fun for the whole family
>emo, acoustic, experimental,, teen suicide-esque
>Electronic, ambient electronic
I have a large pile of songs lying on my hard drive from years past and have decided to release them. Currently three albums up, should have 5-6 more albums up in the next week or so.
trying to get my pal the attention he deserves, check it out. it's fucking great
Returning all feedback
Wow, this is quite interesting. There is quite a bit taking up room in the mix. And it actually sounds pretty "dusty". When I listen to this, It just seems like it was recorded in an old house on top of a desert mountain.I'd definitely listen to a full length of stuff like this.
This is very eerie sounding. I like the way the drums are kind of "blurry" if that is a good way to describe it. The second tracks sound a lot like Swans around when Soundtracks for the Blind was released. Especially tracks like Helpless Child and The Sound. I'm gonna download this and listen more in depth.
These guys are amazing. I have't posted in a while but here is mine
>I dunno man
Stuff that I've already listened to, reccing
I like this, its very ethereal but dont just call your stuff avant the second you release it.
Warm as fuck and just good music. I like the atmosphere.
i love minimal synth and this is pretty good. You have the darkwave atmosphere down.
You either need to go into two directions from this. Even crazier free jazz-esque sort of improvisations or just focusing on a couple of the ideas presented in this. It didn't sound cohesive but yet it wasn't the complete crazy package it could be.
>edm, I just decided to mash as many genres as edm as possible into one album and to experiment with them
>prank calls, phone work, dog-core
Surreal, often psychedelic prank calls with intercut sound bites, noise music, and plenty of ridiculous vocal filters
>topics include the impending threat of the digital dog virus, basshunting, and food items
>plenty of intoxication behind-the-scenes
I guess im calling it avant pop because it lyrically explores some really dark, taboo subjects which is something highly unusual for pop to do, especially over upbeat instrumentation.
>vaporwave, ambient, dark ambient, experimental
My best work yet, imo
Please give it a listen and tell me what you think
(my other stuff is at https://uhfvirtualinc.bandcamp.com)