But lyrics and song content belong to the fawmers who wrote them!
Thought I'd warm up with this one, sample vocals as a "call" and my lyrics/vocals as a "response." Enough fussing with production on this one! What it is, what it is, what it is...
Thanks for commenting on my songs. I gave a listen and while our vibes could not be more different, I found this really interesting. I need to learn more of the production side because some of the effects were really cool. The chance to listen to different things is what makes FAWM so great.
Oh jeez! That disco house riff is infectious. Takes me back. Very well put together song and I'm always a sucker for experimental aspects.
I'm not a huge fan of EDM, but I really dig this one. It would definitely be one of the few times I got out on the dance floor!
Woah! Very cool! I love the driving beat! Nice vocals, too! Party time!❤️
Well, I can hear this one and marvel at how you've got the whole genre down--Skrillex influence and all! Another one of yours inspiring me to give the genre a try one of these days.
Last 4 songs I've checked it with external links have not been working. Double-checked that it is not on my end. Heads up!!
Oh, I like this. That minimalist synth lead pretty much stopped me dead in my tracks - immediate response was "Whoa, what's *that*?" Very neatly done.
Those scratches are to die for. So much aural candy all around in a fun mix and mash. Enjoyed again.
Thanks for your kind comments about my #1. Made me smile.
I like the interplay of the male-female vocals and the whole cool dance vibe you got going. One synth sound ( the "glitchy" one ) I haven't heard before, it's surprising and adds a nice rough edge. Good start of Fawm.
You've got me dancing around me living room - love the energy of this song!
Insanely catchy, with a "midnight in outer space" feel. I like all the squiggly bits and scratchy bits. Vocal interplay is quirky and funny. "No, I don't want to have your baby!"
ooh nice glitchy scratchy sound. spacey vibe. that sound is like a reality cutting through into a dreamy space
A lot of production tricks behind the scene here. Nice Dub-step Groove, a nice rhythm that is driving the listener's attention. You've Mastered these skills. Very well done. When you have Mastered the Basics then those little tricks will attract the Listener's ear more and more. Then it's like panning for gold...Just find those little sparkles... What is it? A nugget?
This is very clever, not just the electronica but the smart and almost cynical lyric elements.! A good listen for a non-electronica person!
Nice groove.. That's the way to get it going.
Oooh... Something nicely subversive about glitching up four-to-the-floor club songs so you have all kinds of counter stuff going on. The break in the middle feels like that bit where you’re between rooms in the club and then tightens up nicely at the end as we go back inside... Really cool journey.
Colorful...don't want to have a baby...lol. Now that buzzing synth and foot drum kicking in. Great job with the music and shock hook. I like the whirling effect and snare
this is challenging as a dance track, as there are so many diffferent intensities if beat that dominate the sections. it makes for intriguing listening but wonder about the effect of this on the dance floor. but i love the fact that you are always experimenting, never falling into a groove and staying there, your tracks are ever dull
Now this is a bit of a curious track. Curious because while it has that "night time club" feel, it's teetering in a few directions. That scratchy glitch hit thingy you got working is totally in my brain (in a good way). And as you're fading out it seems like it's ready to do something else. Interesting....