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The Love That Lasted Forever The Love That Lasted Forever

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It must have been a pretty sad love, but I appreciate the odd time signature. There's not much musicality, but you shat together a decent tune, but maybe I'm biased because I like jazz, prog rock and all those things with odd time signatures and decreased ninths.

Rainy Rainy

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Considering you started writing this as an emo song, it sure sounds more like GYBE meets 70s prog rock than American Football, but I can definitely hear where you come from, there IS some emo in it, and it's a damn good blend. I really like how you mixed every cymbal to create that atmosphere, must have taken a lot of work! How did you record the drums? Because it is masterful!

SineRider responds:

Thanks for the review! Yeah I definitely grabbed a lot of different styles for this track haha. The drums are just a Kontakt pack but I played them in on a midi drum kit

Hire me for your birthday 1 Hire me for your birthday 1

Rated 5 / 5 stars

The highest achievements of ambient music, sonicscapes that Brian Eno and Robert Fripp have been wanting for decades, and you're here, offering your art for two pennies. I hope you find yourself, and your crack.

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Typewriter - Dreams From Typewriter - Dreams From

Rated 4 / 5 stars


It's weird listening to a punk song on newgrounds, people usually do emo stuff and love based melocrap. That's good, I like it.

DreamsfromGin responds:

Loud, fast and a little messy.

Coma: Red Wind Theme Coma: Red Wind Theme

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I find it magnificent

It kind of reminds me of My Pain by Triptykon, which is a good thing, I love this psychedelic-acoustic ambient feeling.

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EphMus18June2010Water&Glass EphMus18June2010Water&Glass

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like this too!

I honestly don't think they are so badly recorded. You should make an album with all your Ephemeral Music, it would be amazing! Sounds a bit Canterbury-like, I love them!

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AlexDaniels responds:

Thanks a lot, you're very encouraging!
I'm choosing my favorite Ephemeral Music of every month to post here and in other places, and I'm planning to use those selected ones to make a 12-track album every year.
If you're interested you can go to to check out the unlucky, filtered-out EphMus tunes.
Thanks again, such positive feedback really helps me :)

EphMus12May2010 EphMus12May2010

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I like it a lot!

Very folkloristic and particular, I also loved the amazing coin percussion! You got some talent!

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AlexDaniels responds:

Thank you very much! Cheers! :)

2 Hours to Go 2 Hours to Go

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice chords

Guitars were drop C'd, or something like this, very deep sounds anyway. Chords were not very simple, they were full of notes, pretty complex, and I also liked the shoegazer touch you gave it, I mean reverb and chorus FX. Nice, atmospheric and kind of dark, a right mix of hard rock and kosmische musik. 5/5

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metallikid6 responds:

Thanks a lot man. This was originally a pop song if you can believe it. When I redid it, I was going for something a bit darker, but I didn't want to break away from the original feel. I'm quite pleased with the result. I'm glad you like it man!

Lovesong (Metal instrumental) Lovesong (Metal instrumental)

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I really liked the distortions on the guitar

What did you use? Boss metal zone?

michellpougnou responds:

Nope, no distorsion pedal but just my amp, a v-ampire lx112, treble and gain at max.
The sound is crunchy and I really like it.

New cover of My Curse (REVIEW) New cover of My Curse (REVIEW)

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Not really punk but I kinda liked it!

Seems like an introduction of a progressive rock/progressive metal song, and it reminds a little "Brother Where You Bound" by Supertramp. Even if it's not punk I really enjoyed it, very good!

Uhm... drop C?