Shall I start by saying “in this troubled time”? The outcome of the world affair like post stick on the screen reminds us of the mess we turn away. The thought of we getting into the muddy water was unthinkable. Not till now when it is in our face and we try to reconcile or get acquainted with but, there is no straight answer to our problems. However, when we are losing hope to the madness or supposedly claim madness (depend on which side of the fence you are standing.), listening to music can put you on the peak of the mountain and when you look down, these troubles might just look like ordinary shit. Yes… You read it right, shit. Here I found this artist is going to get us there.
The timely beats that progress through the track are going to instil confidence. If you have lots of confident, don’t worry, you then have the beats going to be a companion to the lead synth sound and will guide you through the multi-dimensional perception, it all really depends how deep you are willing to go. Did I go too far? Here is the only way to find it out… play the track and Make Room!
A long break after the lockdown have me stagnated and hang to dry. I’m coming back here to put down a few lines to help fuel my passion for music. Here allow me to introduce my newly discovered artist at Soundcloud Makeup and Vanity Set.
This composer has the repetitive sound pattern of the intro lure you into the mystery surrounding the soundtrack, suggesting some hidden mechanical transformation about to set in motion, while all this is going through, a surprise insert of rhythm change break the dazzling twilight of the intro and set you on the path of the journey with an open mind in what is to come.
A close look at Makeup and Vanity Set at Bandcamp reveals a long list of music production which got me excited at what I will find there. I might end up purchase a few of that awesome track. See you guys in the next post.
Found this gem today and love how CRYSEHD did to the arrangement of this music. There are moments where the track will come to an abrupt end and pick up the next second with amazing sound texture and dynamic beats. The synth part does introduce a nice blend of distortion. Not sure how I imagine this track to be used in my imagination, but it is refreshing different from so many other artists.
I’m must post this video from YouTube about this amazing artist Gary P Hayes doing the Korg Volca series jam. It just leaves me wanting for more of such amazing music. I did enjoy a few good jams from other channels but his videos stand out from the other. His jams are filled with melody and progressive movement. Very inspiring to watch and learn. I’m also collecting Volca currently, I did play with my Sample and Bass occasionally. Going to need more of those Volca on my desk soon.
What I like about this album is that all the songs included in it are good. Using synthesizer if you one didn’t do it right it just plain annoying to listen, mainly with a lot of distortion and high pitch. In the mix of this album, I can hear the instruments are perfectly in harmonic with each other. The beats are relaxing and smooth. You can almost listen to this for a long time and never have to feel overwhelmed by a lot of effects and dull repetitive rhythm.
When I first heard the Driver, I can clearly envision a hero ready to embark on the last journey. To save somebody or to destroy the enemy is entirely irrelevant. It keeps me on the edge of what is to come. A superhero song I love it. Thank you.
At the beginning of this song, you can hear the instruments are playing tune very much like the contrast of each other. To place you in a higher sweet spot, the melody suggests a great mystery beyond your curious mind can fantom. I’m a sucker for this kind of song. Awesome job! Sit back and enjoy it.
Love this song how it uses the sound of the racing engine to blend with the tune, fill with a lot of emotion and anticipation. Giving it a dark theme to colours the world where we strive to uphold what’s good of us left. Inspiring.
While working late night in my playlist I came upon this track by Nicolas LONGUET, it does have this slow beat that draws you into the rhythm. Smooth to introduce the mystery, fill with dangerous desire. I dig it. Awesome job.