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cyberpunk electronic fawmtronica
might have went a little overboard with the length of the intro
Nice mix of classical instruments & synth sounds. Definately feeling the Cyberpunk vibe. Years ago, I bought Iron Crown Enterprise's Cyber Space RPG ( Cyberpunk RPG). This, along with your other tracks, would make a great soundtrack for a game night. Makes me want to dust off my D10's and roll up a Net Junkie character.
See You In The Shadows…
How the hell did you manage to get away with using a violin for a cyberpunk song and make it work?? *tips hat*
This would work so well in a John Carpenter film. I may have said that before for your music and if so too bad...I'm saying it again.
Intro feels just right, sets the stage as the track builds and the drums kick in, the intensity around the 2 minute mark is nice.
That pulsing bass synth is so cool. It gives this one a bit of a synthwave flavor. This year seems to be the year everyone is playing with strings + electronics. It's a great combination. I might have to get in on that.
Powerful opening, with the strong synth bass behind the cello leading into the bass pulse. I think the long build definitely pays off when the drums kick in -- feels like we're moving fast, coming out of a tunnel into the light.
Haha, that title. This is such a groove. Very great on the structural side too.
This intro is lovely. Not too long in my opinion, but as you know, I tend to love long intros too much. 😁
The feel is really great here. It sounds more introspective and contemplative than usual. The build up creates an hypnotic effect : the piece is rocking and relaxing, very pleasurable.
Good job with the organic feel conveyed by the cello ; a nice metaphor for that last human surrounded with robots.
Somehow, I don't feel they're enemies. In my mind, the last human is the robots' leader, or mentor.
Very nice track. I like it a lot!
Finally getting around to listening to your stuff! I've been lacking some good cyberpunk music lately. I really like the melody in this one, and the use of strings. Beat is sick, as always.