But lyrics and song content belong to the fawmers who wrote them!
fawmtronica alterego-voice-synth sad 4chords
Used my vocal synth.
And I tell myself that I am ok...
Robohugs! It takes skill to keep a track interesting when it has one line of lyrics repeating throughout but you've made it look easy. This is gorgeous!
This is lovely. I feel sad for this robot 😞 Is he really ok? I hope so. You've built this track wonderfully, the addition of more and more as it goes on is perfectly done and by the end it's a real anthem. This is probably what millions of androids will listen to in the time before they decide to revolt and destroy us
Man, this is hot. Deft use of them synths. I love how it builds, especially the filling in through the second minute.
(Been listening to your stuff at work where I can't always make time to comment. The dissonance between your tracks and that Kevin Malone shot cracks me the fuck up ♥︎)
Hypnotizingly beautiful. Really fantastic how everything builds and sucks the listener in, guided by the vocal line. The little sound clips throughout the song add so much magic. I feel .... uneasy (in a good way) listening to this as I think thats what you were going for. Who is this person behind the robotic voice? Are they going to be ok?
It gives me a strange feeling to hear your robotic synth vocal singing a very human line. . . at 2:45 it sounds like there is music reaching into the heavens, just beautiful. But who is the intro voice that comes in and out? Really enjoyed this!
This is the type of song you hold up a lighter and wave back and forth to. Almost brings a tear to my eye! 😀 Cool use of vocals and overall solid, lush production.
sitting in a reserve at place nowhere. competing with a few young backpackers for music space. this made their ears prick up. so u had your only littlr audience. funny ol world. nice one
So many amazing things happening in this song. I love the build and how it ebbs and flows before getting really big. Really well done. The repeated phrase is intriguing and seems to beg the listener to reach in deeper to imagine the rest of the story. Well done!