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an attempt to illustrate calmness vs cacophony, order vs chaos and electronic vs natural.
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none, but if you have an idea feel free to contact me. I'm open to collaborating on this song.
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Uploaded: Mar 08, 2005 - 09:10:32 AM
Last Updated: Mar 08, 2005 - 06:54:32 AM Last Played: Jun 09, 2019 - 08:59:02 AM
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eMac, guitar, fretless bass, African Kalimba
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DeputyDoofy said 5249 days ago (March 8th, 2005)
I really like this. It's crazy as all hell, yet I seem to be drawn to this. This song reminds me of something SlappyTwac would put together. 2 thumbs up from me.
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_nderscore said 5249 days ago (March 9th, 2005)
an elevator ride thru the tower of chaos
pretty neat mix of stuff. i like how it all broke down in the
middle there, & then the doors opened again to reveal
another level of insanity. there were plenty of parts that
could have taken off on their own as a song.. abstract like
it ought to be
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Kevensor said 5249 days ago (March 9th, 2005)
Thanks guys!
I appreciate the feedback. My wife was a little scared of this when she heard it. So I was interested in the reaction I would get.
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said 5248 days ago (March 9th, 2005)
Let's see...a soundtrack for the grand opening of
Demolition City..."your source for used backhoes,
wrecking balls and industrial meat grinders".

Kevensor said 5248 days ago (March 9th, 2005)
Thanks RS!
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chikoppi said 5248 days ago (March 9th, 2005)
Bipolar disorder!
Nice textures, very gutteral! I wonder if there might be some way to weave the piano throughout the whole. Maybe the melody could break down to just one repetitious note that then begins to falter in rhythm, with the inverse leading back to the melody. This really does seem to convey the sense of depression followed by "oh god, what's wrong with me!"

The kalimba reminds me of the sound effect used in old horor movies to evoke the idea of "creepy crawlies."
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Kevensor said 5248 days ago (March 9th, 2005)
Bipolar disorder!
Thanks! I like the idea of the single piano note. I think it would give it continuity throughout.

I agree with the "creepy crawlies" comment. HA! :)
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Adisson10 said 5246 days ago (March 11th, 2005)
Bipolar disorder!

Focus Me Inside My Head
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cjorgensen said 5221 days ago (April 6th, 2005)
cacophony wins
The noise seems just a tad too noisy. The track builds a
sense of anxiety in me (which is fine if that's what you

I think the sections where you drop into relax mode
should be a little bit longer. Give me a chance to recover
from the teeth drilling.

This is almost what I wanted as a backdrop for my Self-
Medication poem, but am looking for more calliope and
less cacophony. This track captures the play between the
two rather well, but you don't take either anyplace. It's
nicely balanced, but I'd like to see it longer, and maybe
have each "noise" section get more intense, interspersed
with enough silence to recover, building until it all comes
crashing down.

Good stuff though.
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said 5025 days ago (October 18th, 2005)
Like the description says, there is an obvious battle of different emotions
raging here. Like the piano, the noise, it was all solid original stuff.
Kevensor said 5024 days ago (October 20th, 2005)
Thanks for the listen!
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I enjoy experimenting with different kinds of music and sounds. I've played drums or guitar or bass in bands that ranged from Jazz to Punk to Soul to Rock and Blues. I don't like to do covers, so everything I do is written by me. My musical tastes ar... [see more]

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Experimental music is any music that challenges the commonly accepted notions of what music is. There is an overlap with avant-garde music. John Cage was a pioneer in experimental music and defined and gave credibility to the form. As with other edge

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