Tags : | Industrial | 7.66 MB

Description : Experimental sound, lo-fi instruments, witch house's like beat (but less dirty), pretty depressive, so be careful, if you don't wanna get bad mood, don't listen this track.

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  1. LazarusBlack
    LazarusBlack on Fri 16th Dec 2016 - 3 years ago

    Nice work man. the deep textures and piano riff makes a hauntingly perfect pair. definitely a witch house feel with great cinematic qualities. kudos..

  2. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Fri 4th Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    I listened even after reading your warning about the bad mood, and if you knew what I was doing right now, and how my last few weeks have been, you would know that I took a big chance. That said, I love the song! I don't have any instant negative feelings after listening to it, we'll see how things go later. I love that vocal part you manipulated, it sounds just amazing! The whole mix sounded very dynamic, and there was a lot to focus on at different points in the track. Any way, deep and enjoyable song! Thank you for sharing! Fav'd!

  3. RenzWilde
    RenzWilde on Thu 3rd Jul 2014 - 5 years ago

    Oh man...where's my razor? Is life worth living anymore?

    Haha,kidding. I love this. You should call it Demonic Melodic.
    I love lo-fi. That evil baby or whatever that was pretty cool. What's that things problem anyway?? :]

    Good work man! Even though I'm very depressed right now, I still faved. Cool track for sure.

    Reply by kittytrillah

    Thank you very much. I often write tracks like that when got problems in my life or smthn not good else. So, that is why tracks are pretty depressive

  4. GramoChopin
    GramoChopin on Mon 30th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Yo man so yea it does sound depressive. Indeed. I'm kind of mellow sometimes too so it doesn't phase me much. There's reason for that, but you don't want to hear my life story I'm sure. Anyways, something about that vocal that is very haunting and mixed with the glockenspiel and organs make it more dreading. Dark and the piano is great as well! Would of liked to hear a bit more done, but the arrangement was still skillful. peace


    Reply by kittytrillah

    Thank you c: I'm not pro at making the beats, i got no skill in it and got no midi-controller yet :c

  5. danke
    danke on Mon 30th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Underground but melodic...great track...

    Respect, Danke

    Reply by kittytrillah

    Thank you

  6. RiceChrisB
    RiceChrisB on Mon 30th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Love your sound selection homie

    Reply by kittytrillah

    Thank you c:

  7. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Mon 30th Jun 2014 - 5 years ago

    Hey man

    Ok first off have to say haven't heard to much of this genre so can not give to much critic into the genre, would like to say excellent clarity on your mix which stood out right from hitting the play tab...Listening to the mix in the early stages seems little slow beat wise but as I said not heard much of this genre, ok now it sounds so much better now it kicks into the track about the 2 min mark, actually this sounds very good, so guessing the beat at start was meant to be like that, like the tinkle piano working with beat and the vocal, notice you said in description not to listen if you don't want to end up in a bad mood, lol I actually found this a fun listen and NO bad mood, fairly impressive work mate...will be back to check out more of your tunes in the near future...Fav...Peace n Respect...Mosaic...

    Reply by kittytrillah

    Thank you, Mosaic c: I was afraid, that people will say, that my track is too depressive

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