Tags : | Fusion | 8.75 MB
Description : Felt like taking a break from vocals for a weekend, so here's my new instrumental effort. Can't say I've ever made a song quite like this, but it still sounds like Spivkurl. The variety is mostly represented in the subtleties. It was interesting for me to find the big differences in feelings of C# major when compared to the basic C major key. I can't quite figure out what genre this is, so I'm using fusion, as it has elements of electronic, chill out, ambient, and glitch to name a few. Thanks for checking it out! You can get the new Spivkurl album "Charting The Anomaly," which includes this track at the We Are... Records Capitalist Market found here: http://www.wearerecords.com/capitalistmarket.html

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  1. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Tue 5th May 2015 - 2 years ago
    I commented on this one already but it is just to say that I am still in unconditional love with some of the tunes from the latest collection (bringing great memories when just joined the site back late summer last year!). Psychogenic Sammich is absolutely special, the way you incorporated these sweet piano melodies is just too sweet!

    But I am here because of your 'GoneJah' which really starts off somwhere on the rail station with excellent huge reverb (cool recording btw). Great house track (reggae, tribal...), so chilled (great house synth chords). Feeling on the vocals is a bit decadent, as always... Absolutely hypnotic work! I am a fan!
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey my friend, it is always a pleasure to hear from you! I'm not completely sure, but I get the feeling that you quickly became my biggest fan... though it could be just that you get involved more here on Looperman. The only people I know for sure have heard my latest all the way through are my wife and my parent. If you're listening to my stuff regularly, then you chose a good time to get on board though, as 2013 to present is definitely my best work. Psychogenic Sammich was a real departure for me, and I'm really happy with how it turned, so it is good to get positive feedback from you. You made me go back and listen to "GoneJah" just now for reference. I can't take full credit for the rail station recording, but as the only profession I have is theft and insanity, I won't give credit. I was happy with how that one turned out well, though it easily could have become a set of loops uploaded on the site. Just when I got to finishing the album, I realized it was close enough to finished to be included. Thus it became part of the second trilogy on the album. I'm assuming when you speak of the vocals being "decadent," I assume you mean the album as a whole, as "GoneJah" had no vocals... I would definitely plead guilty to that. 2014 and my life as a whole has been thoroughly decadent, and I am proud of it. Though on a regular basis, I deprive myself of things, and I'm proud of that as well. Thank you so much for your positive words and support!
  2. RealProblemShuckers
    RealProblemShuckers on Tue 28th Oct 2014 - 2 years ago
    Love that part at 1:04!! This song is definitely one of your most underrated songs, Spiv.

    Well done.
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Thank you very much RPS! I have to agree, it's some of my best instrumental work. I'm really happy with how the mix turned out on this one as well. Sounds so much better in wav quality on a decent stereo. Really appreciate you stopping by to listen my friend!
  3. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Sat 25th Oct 2014 - 2 years ago
    hi again.
    I love this track.
    Your entire album (containing also this song) was probably the one of the most inspiring things I came across when joining this site! Your approach is very uniqe and interesting when it comes to construct powerful basslines (0:49 and 2:48!).
    There's some a little bit of instrumental improvisation at 1:18, 1:48 and from 2:03 - I like that! this piano melody you're playing from 1:18 sets this glitchy track more in the traditional tonalities. There's so much going on underneath all 'electronic weird sounds' - I mean the cheap lead and subtle piano lines! I can feel a connection with this work. I'd label it unique once again and very creative.

    I love the 'reprise' part (when all the elements go crazy - 3:17) and very classic ending. Are you playing a classical piano music as well?

    This is great because I am able to see things different now and more 'in details' than when I am just listening to the album.
    Very nice work! Alex
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey friend, thank you very much for the inspiring to read comment! I'm pretty happy with this work, and it's definitely one of the more creative tracks on this album. The piano parts are played my me and improvisational... I was finally able to get a piano earlier this year thanks to my wife, she works at a hotel and they got a new piano, so we just had to pay to transport it. These are the first recordings of it that I used in a song. It's before I started getting it tuned up and stuff, but I think it has a really nice character to the sound. Your compliments on my bass lines are nice to hear, as bass is one of my favorite things to design. I think on my good stereo that this is one of the best sounding tracks I've made, especially the stereo field, it just comes out at you like it's flowing from the speakers. It was all just a freeform composition which turned out nicely, so I'm happy that you feel a connection with it. I have rearranged my main studio room so that I can more easily incorporate live recordings, so hopefully I'll be putting out more things that are in your listening preferences. Thank you for the comment!
  4. AnomalyJ
    AnomalyJ on Sun 18th May 2014 - 3 years ago
    It’s funny, it begins with the constant, a steady sound systemically being infiltrated by a variety of erratic and invasive alterations, devised to corrupt and distort. And as the constant rebounds it assimilates the variations to create a new constant.
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Very inspiring and revealing comment you posted here, so I thank you for that! It was an adventure to create this song, and every time that happens there is a new constant. I really appreciate the reviews!
  5. johnnyproducing
    johnnyproducing on Fri 9th May 2014 - 3 years ago
    Hey pat, thanks for linking me this song. I did actually happen to stumble across this previously but probably it was when I was busy and I didn't listen to it fully then,
    I really liked the sound at 0.16 it sounds just so energetic for me haha.
    Further not much piano added in but just a slight bit, the small parts you did put in sound nice though, challenge you to make a track with only piano ^^ but that might lie in the future since you are still practicing it anyway, though it would take away the cool spivkurl industrial sounds :/

    great job ;)

    Thanks for sharing this
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey, thanks for swinging by to comment on this song! I am just a beginner at piano, especially recording it, so yes, there isn't too much in here. Playing keyboards and organs helps a bit, and knowing some theory, but it's mostly a new beast. I don't know if I'll ever do a strictly piano song, but who knows?! I appreciate the feedback and support! I will be returning your message soon!
  6. DjRymZ
    DjRymZ on Sat 3rd May 2014 - 3 years ago
    It's easy to spot out great productions. especially yours. I would had been able to guess who made this even with my eyes close. the construction, instruments everything is in perfect harmony. you did a good job outchea.
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl I really appreciate your positive comment, and your support! Makes me happy to read your words! Hope all is well!
  7. Extraball
    Extraball on Fri 2nd May 2014 - 3 years ago
    Really cool sequence of sounds in the intro. Has a great glitchy, trippy feel. I think fusion is probably the perfect genre to put it in!

    Very creative and nice mixing as well man, I like it! Only thing is the song finished but I'm still hungry. I want more psychogenic sammich's!
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Thanks much for your supportive comment! It should definitely sound trippy, for some reason. Glad you heard fusion there too. We'll make a multilayered sammich together soon I'm sure! I appreciate you stopping in!
  8. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Wed 30th Apr 2014 - 3 years ago
    Hey friend

    Saw this one in the feature list so had to come and have a looks see, yes does have your sound about it but also a lot new sounds too, thinking yes Fusion a good pick for this genre wise, as always great arrangement, panning very good, listening on old lap top and all sounds great through the speaks at this end, think one reviewee said lots going on which there is, but everything has its own space, nothing seems to be drowning anything out in the mix, credit to you mate, nice one...Fav'd...Peace n respect dude...Mosaic...
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl I appreciate your very kind opinions on this song especially on the mixing side of things! Been trying many new things lately. This is the first song which has recordings from my recently acquired piano. I have new monitors now, better midi controller, direct box, learning my newer audio interface more fully as well. It's definitely more fusion than the songs I used to release as fusion, so I'm happy about that. Thanks for always stopping by!
  9. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Tue 29th Apr 2014 - 3 years ago
    Very inventive stuff...well done!

    Compliments____Orlando
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Thanks much for the supportive review my friend!
  10. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed on Tue 29th Apr 2014 - 3 years ago
    I`d put Spiv`s signature on this one no matter where I heard it (see... you may educate me yet)...can`t help notice the production stuff you have going on Spiv..the way you spread out those fx bits that produces a lot of space for the main synth & beat parts...always an adventure, education an fun listen..cool littel piano bit at the end....right on....Ed
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Thanks for your continued support! I appreciate your opinions! Hope all is well!
  11. FreeRadical
    FreeRadical on Tue 29th Apr 2014 - 3 years ago
    Hey Pat, Thought i'd check out your latest offering and once again it's a propper mind bender. It's a shame you opted out on the vocals as i like your vocal style.
    This reminds me in places of a dark and twisted video game like doom or something.
    Your unique style really shines through on this track, it's like a haunted house or something.
    PS already started using some of the sounds from that pack you uploaded. There's some useful stuff in there.
    Great track.
    FR
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey friend, thanks very much for stopping in! I will be back on the vocals soon, just felt like taking it easy for a couple days. Used to love playing Doom, so that's cool! Our house is a little haunted, so maybe that's what you're hearing in there? Glad you're having some fun with those sounds I made. Just sounded like fun to distribute sounds from some of the gear I built. I appreciate the listen and comment!
  12. VickyDan
    VickyDan on Tue 29th Apr 2014 - 3 years ago
    Hello ....

    Someone wrote somewhere: "what I like about your page - and it is very rare to watch - . You seem so modest .... but your are making it all up with your extreme good quality and talented work"

    I agree with this person, because you are going to always (at least in what I 've listened of your productions ) beyond musical logic called commercial .... It seems to me that when you have a concept idea .... even this will force us to hear differently, you follow your idea .... and go at the end.
    It is this very innovative feature that I like in you .... evidence here.
    All this is only my opinion of course, and engages only me.

    Dan
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl I am humbled by your review... thoroughly! You help me feel like I'm reaching my goals both as a musician and as a person, so thank you! Good to hear from you again!
  13. drmvss
    drmvss on Mon 28th Apr 2014 - 3 years ago
    Thats cinematic fusion.... brilliant!
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Interesting! I never really thought of it that way, but I guess you're right. Cinematic is definitely not my usual preference for listening or writing, so I guess I really never made a song like this. Thank you very much for listening and leaving your comment!
  14. deciBel
    deciBel on Mon 28th Apr 2014 - 3 years ago
    a different type of Fusion ! innovative & surprise as usual of yours Patrick ,interesting! thnx for sharing & best wishes .___B
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Thank you my friend! It's good to see that you are still part of the community! Appreciate the review!
  15. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Mon 28th Apr 2014 - 3 years ago
    Hi Spiv,
    Interesting. You have a lot of different things going on.
    Definitely you have an industrial "sound" but you have also a "dark" theme around 1:20
    Liked!
    Ciao, Domenico
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Thanks for stopping in to listen! I wasn't really thinking industrial when making this, I guess it must be the basses and the half time beats or something. That piano riff around 1:20 turned out nice, it's my favourite part of the song for sure. I was surprised how dark C# major could be. I appreciate the review!
  16. brillbilly
    brillbilly on Mon 28th Apr 2014 - 3 years ago
    I like the ways sounds can just take on there own vibes.!

    The best stuff sometimes comes from experimenting.!

    and it never has to be perfect to be enjoyable Spiv!

    You know we all got stuff we've created when we could have been drunk or stoned,that we would keep just for them personal memories in a file called

    (WTF Did I Create Last Night)

    lol

    Just enjoy what ya do man,that's the only advice i would give.!

    ***bb***
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Thanks much for your support my friend! I must admit that for the first half of production on this song I was a bit high, and for the second half I was still high. Wasn't going for perfection, just progression. I enjoyed making it, so it's good to hear that anyone can listen to it with some enjoyment. Appreciate the review!
  17. theHumps
    theHumps on Mon 28th Apr 2014 - 3 years ago
    I've never had a psychogenic sammich until now but it was tasty! It has the signature Spivkurl sound but it sounds like something you are releasing on your new disc, your new sound so to speak. It is a little dark and almost cinematic, a bit angry and confused at times. Guess that's where the psychogenic part comes in, lol. It's a crap shoot what genre to put this in, maybe industrial or maybe you are right with fusion. Either way it wasn't the usual music my ears are used to hearing.

    Well done Spiv!

    Wayne
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Thank you for being the first to listen! I always appreciate your reviews! I didn't even think about cinematic, I guess you have a point there. The psychogenic part was kind of funny, as the word just popped into my head, I didn't remember where I had heard it before, but I looked it up and it seemed to fit... something which is manifested by the mind, and not physiological. The sammich is between me and Spivkurl...heh. Interesting that you hear industrial with this, I guess I just can't avoid industrial ha ha. Thanks again my friend!

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