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Got Nowhere To Go [demo] Got Nowhere To Go [demo]

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very well produced! All the instrumentals are very solid i cant wait to hear the finished version!!

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Kingbastard responds:

Thanks man.

Suite Dreams Suite Dreams

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Again absolutely breathtaking. You have such a great ear for atmosphere. Everything is so overwhelming but at the same time gentle. 5/5

Constants Constants

Rated 5 / 5 stars

So soothing! Im very impressed with all the production you've put in here!!!

Joseph Smith Joseph Smith

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow this is really good!!! Like a really trippy Vampire Weekend. 5 stars!!!

Wet Feet Wet Feet

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Assuming it was your intention to create a jarringly trippy and yet oddly pleasant tune then this is awesome!!! I see a lot of application for film here. Really cool stuff.

Infinite Revolutions Infinite Revolutions

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very nice sound... the sporadic percussion gives an almost early architecture in helsinki sound and the production and balancing is very impressive. still half a star for that auto tune which is very obvious and seems out of place. Still, fantastic song!!!

Toma Dziesma Toma Dziesma

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very calming and serene. I could just listen to this on replay at night and be in heaven. Definitely downloaded for study focus too. Keep it up!!!

Samuel Samuel

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very cool sound. Very fleet foxes in fact your voice is scarily similar. Keep it up!!!

It's Like This... It's Like This...

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I like the chords and rhythm a lot, but is generally sloppy. The drums, bass and all that are out of sync which you could fix with a little time and the vocals are way too low. You sound like you have a good voice so lets hear it! Again i say i like the chords and melody and i like that ending breakdown too, would be cool if it went back into the song and served as bridge type thing. Anyways i like it but it needs lots of improvement. Keep it up :D

knonamebass responds:

Thanks mate! I have recorded a more "polished" version where the vocals are loud and everything is in time, but when I compared the two versions I felt like the polished version lost all of the energy and emotion that comes from this "lo-fi," garage, version. I might make the vocals louder that way people can hear what I'm saying, and I do admit there are a few points where the drums are WAY too off. I've revisited this song like 7 times this year, I'll probably rerecord it and take all that in consideration!

In Pieces In Pieces

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

The song builds really nicely. I like your choice of your instruments too and the ending is nice but i feel like there isnt enough dynamic in the chords as the base lingers on one note for the entire duration of the song. I realize this might be deliberate and if so its great! I just personally feel that if your making a longer fuller piece (which i assume is the intention here) its important to keep the pathos fresh through a powerful change of melody. It helps move the listener.

Either way 5/5 great work.