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Ryan Seewald 【Static-P】
May 19, 2018
Edited May 19, 2018 by Cheddar
My favorite part of this track has to be the percussive elements. Uniquely done and gives the track a very Zen feel when combined with the eastern instrumentation. The vocals mirroring the melodic lines were also a unique and very Static-P touch which worked wonderfully and I think I liked it even more when you went more freestyle with the vocals towards the end. It is a tune which is mesmerizing and calming at the same time, which is what I assume you were going for with the whole wonder idea. Definitely something you could put on as a background track and loop for hours. The only thing I would say as a constructive criticism is that as it added more layers of sound it got a bit cacophonous and felt a bit too busy. In particular, the distorted bass line in the background that came in and out seemed to clash with the feel of the track. The more stripped down it got, the more I enjoyed it. Overall a great add to the Static-P library!
P.S. Also, fantastic art as always!
May 9, 2018
We should first note that my ratings are biased, because very few people could get five stars for make random sounds to jungle drums.
Now that I've pointed that fact out. I really enjoy the fact that it has that jungle theme and feel, while it isn't a song that I'm going to dance around the room to, it has an energetic feel. It has that adventurey feeling to it that many of Static P's songs have. I hope that's what you were going for, but if not, well, it is what you got.
1 star for ohhhhhh
1 star for la ta dumm
3 stars for uniqueness of instrumentation.
Keep up the good work!