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psychedelic rock 70s experimental kraut alt-rock indie progressive live badass
Here we go for the second track!
There is 4 differents BPM along this song 🤪 Twelve more songs to go!
Samples : Not of This Earth (1957)
Ps : I'm always seeking for collaborations!
Yes. Trippy and rockin' at the same time.
Super fun track that kind of keeps you guessing as it goes along. Cheers.
I'd really love to know your recording process and instrumentation on this! Dig it muchly!
I am fully trippin on this track!!! Love it!
HOLY DISTORTED LIVE GUITARS BATMAN!
La drum et la basse se répondent super bien, c'est ouf, ton mixage déchire.
I like how all the different parts come together despite the tempo changes. I am envious of your guitar tone! 😁 This is a rocking jam, definitely #BadAssRiffage.
Love how those drums fade back in!!! Such a very cool production idea!
Oh man, this is epic!! What you doing for the drum sound? Love it
Great Neu! style drumbeat. This definitely had me bobbing my head and when the noisy guitars crash in is great. The switch to the other section just after one and half minutes is great. Looking forward to hearing what you come up with next!
Very very cool guitar riffs, worthy of the "badass" tag. Digging your drum sound (what do you use?) and the spoken word sample works pretty well. I also like that it's not a repetetive but a linear song structure. Keep up the good work!
This is great! Very cinematic, like a soundtrack to a future western or something. I'm not sure what krautrock is, but I love driving, in your face rock. I'll have to check some out. I look forward to hearing where this concept goes next...
That switch at 1.37 is badass. What a riff! The way this switches between the krautrock with sinister-sounding samples and psychedelic riffage freakouts is awesome. Watchlist!
Rock 'n' f****** roll! I really dig those jacked up guitar riffs and not to mention that surf riff later on. That speak at the beginning works wonders too! Good job!
cool sample - sits really well with the spare drums behind
and even better when the guitars kick in -
keep it up!
The shifting time-signatures and whirling/driving guitars really capture the imagination in this piece. It's like James Bond met Rush on the International Space Station and decided to jam out. I can't wait to hear more!
See You In The Shadows…
I like this a ton, nice blending the different beats together, I am hearing lots of Rush with this one!