Description : Brutally honest and terribly contradictory, straight to the point by way of strange curving route between the river and the shopping mall. $5 minimum is a high price to pay for ignorance. I'll tolerate you when you've given in to my scare tactics. Couldn't have done the vocals the way they turned out without a certain ridiculous brainwashed fool, you know who you are. Go ahead, convince yourself that you're doing the right thing. This started out as a simple tech-house sort of instrumental, and then it blew up into what it is now. I used two looperman loops in composition for this track, firstly looperman-l-0630386-0060622-joefunktastic-funk-for-the-soul-drums1-95bpms, and secondly looperman-l-0711726-0058529-proecliptix-raw-loop-1. Thank you immensely to MrFunktastic and Proecliptix for the sweet energy. Beyond that, I want to thank RenzWilde for continuing my evolution as a guitarist... couldn't have done it without you. Guitar is played on my Jackson, which I finally got the floating tremolo set up properly on recently... ahhh intonation. Has a bit of atmospheric synth created on my microkorg, and a nice kick from the Zoom RT-123. Spot vocals and synthie vocals were recorded on my 100 proof mic. Here's what I've got, got anything of value to barter with?

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  1. IceP
    IceP on Sat 16th Jan 2016 - 1 year ago
    Very flatulent; very beautiful.
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Thank you for leaving your words on this song which is reaching past tense at the moment! I can only assume that the "flatulent" aspect is in the electronic music ideation of the words, as in response to the analog style bass line. Though I may be wrong. Saying that this is beautiful means a lot to me though. It was an overly honest song, and as we all know, honestly can have it's unfortunate results. I appreciate you giving me some feedback!
  2. Mosaic
    Mosaic on Sat 6th Jun 2015 - 2 years ago
    Hey mate

    Groovy piece, nice beat, loving the vocals, they make the track I think, great instrumental as well, but really loving the vocals here, nice synths, very enjoyable listen...Fav...Peace n Respect my friend...Mos...
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey Mos, thank you for the kind comment on this track! I'm very happy with how it turned out. The lyrics make me happy because they induce people who care about me to be concerned... I know that is very mean, but it wasn't intended. I've been combining different ideas into single songs lately, and the parts that concern people are only half personal, and the other half microcosmic. Also I'm happy that this song entices people to turn it up, as opposed to down! Appreciate you listening my friend!
  3. BradoSanz
    BradoSanz on Mon 9th Mar 2015 - 2 years ago
    I don't know why but the vocals are oddly very cool. They fit the song quite well in my opinion. Amazing work, Spivkurl. Really.

    ER
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Thank ER for the nice additional comment! I couldn't help but notice that you had been listening to this song on almost a daily basis, and that made me happy. It's not something I see very often any more, and that made me think, reluctantly, of 40A's belief that people don't come here for the tracks. There are still some real music lovers out there though, and not just people trying to get rich with the next hip hop/dubstep crossover loop song... ha ha. I really appreciate your support in every aspect!
  4. vigwig
    vigwig on Mon 9th Mar 2015 - 2 years ago
    Well, I guess everything has been said. I love the high speed energy of the rack. I love the blender effect on the voice. I love the drum orgy going on at precise intervals(the ones that sound like tom toms. I used the same Proecliptix loop on a new track I made and uploaded today. Its name is "Just Want You" and I was suffering bad server connections I was unable to get a link for you.

    I wish I didn't sound so mumbly but I do. Your track is far superior. Vic
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Everything may have been said, but you weren't here for it, so it doesn't count! Good to hear from you man! I will try to find that track of yours. That proecliptix loop is I beleive the only looperman loop I have used twice. I totally dig your voice and your style of tracks, don't beat yourself up too much! My voice almost died in the process of getting a good take on this one, so I understand it's not easy. Makes me happy to receive your comment!
  5. Leandro7020
    Leandro7020 on Mon 9th Mar 2015 - 2 years ago
    Good vocals,liked the melody,drums,everything was very well created.
    good job man!
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Thank you very much for the comment and the listen! Appreciate it!
  6. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Mon 9th Mar 2015 - 2 years ago
    Regreetings.

    Don't be surprised that I like some of your tracks. There's a load of weird noise stuff you also do that I barely consider music - only in the most avant garde sense. That's the kind of thing I'll probably never be into. But I don't bother telling you that in comment form on those tracks. Don't really know what the point would be.

    But I'm a sucker for a cool groove and this and Nitr8 etc are great examples. This is perhaps better than Nitr8 and I also enjoyed that 3 loop track you recently did featuring a touch of slide guitar. Basically, I like the ones I comment on (no surprises there).

    I have also meant to ask for a while if you have a Nitr8 remix favourite (and are prepared to publicly say) . I think the best, by far, is the spaghetti western version by theHumps.

    I have actually read that stupid Blatant Melody thread, in which 40A so successfully demonstrates how obnoxious and mostly unashamedly arrogant he is. What a sad narcissist (and regular forum troll). I totally agree with you that those two loops are very different. So, the rest of the thread is basically a waste of time. I listened to each of them many times and could only hear a slight similarity (but far more differences). There are thousands and thousands of riffs and loops that sound way more similar. And 40A's "within 8 hours" dumb point is irrelevant, even though there are events in the world that human beings refer to as "coincidences". And there are regularly ones far more amazing and baffling than two people uploading similar loops to the same website within a few hours of each other.

    So, no, I certainly don't think you rip off Hot Chip. I don't really try to play like anyone else at all but I'm sure I must have riffs that have been played exactly that way before, perhaps even at the same tempo, on the same instrument etc. I sometimes worry about how the hell I'm going to come up with interesting new melodies and riffs in old age.

    I think you're saying that you got really angry on Facebook and then went and recorded the Lovin It vocals. Fair enough.

    Probably less commercial value to this if you're giving it away for free but I think you get my point.

    If you release the stems for people, you'll get at least 15 remixes.

    Why not do a Nitr8-Lovin It remixes double album?
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey, thank you for the continued conversation! I always appreciate when people are willing to discuss things openly. You are right about the weird noise stuff, but at the same time, most of my really weird noise stuff never sees the light of day any more.

    We differ when it comes to commenting tracks in a way. I comment on almost every song I hear, whether I think it's great or not. Usually I will try to find at least one thing about the song that I like, and let them know. Then I can feel free to give them suggestions or criticism. Just kind of how I was taught to criticize I guess.

    To have you say this may be better than "nightr8" is pleasing to hear, as I could really take or leave that song now. As far as picking a favorite, it is very hard for me, and wasn't really the intention for the remix opportunity. Without actually going back to listen to them all, the ones that come to mind instantly are ValveDriver's mashup with my song "Skim" as well as ShemZee's cover version. Never had anyone actually do a cover of one of my songs, so it made me happy! Overall, I am not happy with the modern rubbish sounds I used in the song, so it makes sense that I would enjoy the versions that relied less on those.

    Totally agree with you regarding the "coincidences." Things happen every day which are more shockingly related or synchronous. It's nice to hear your views on that thread.

    I don't think you have accused me of ripping off anyone else either, so no worries there. I just used it as an example. I hear what you mean about being strapped for new riffs in old age too. I guess I rely more heavily on sounds as opposed to riffs, so finding new ways to make sounds is my fall back plan.

    When I got angry on facebook, I went and did several takes on the vocals... each take, my voice degraded even further. I used the results as a stepping stone for singing it how I wanted the next day. A sip of vodka soothed the throat.

    I guess it would be cool to hear remixes of this, but I don't know if I'll do that. I don't want another nightr8 on my hands right now. Any way, this song is really short on faves and likes both here and soundcloud.

    Thanks again for the comments!
  7. RogueAi
    RogueAi on Wed 4th Mar 2015 - 2 years ago
    What and interesting an quirky track this! The people comparing it to 80's sounds are spot on, but it seems mostly early 80's stuff to me, before everything was drowned in reverb.
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey RogueAi, thank you for taking the time to leave a comment! I agree this one is a bit more reminiscent of early eighties stuff. Been enjoying that sort of music for quite a while. I've been trying to keep my reverbs even more dry than usual lately, so happy you could hear that in this track. Appreciate you stopping by!
  8. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Mon 2nd Mar 2015 - 2 years ago
    Word up.

    I am taking this shit and shovellin. But I'm also lovin (it).

    Are you taking lots of drugs and strugglin?

    Tis a classic Spivkurl vibe. And a classic Spivkurl vibe that I like.

    Great beat right from the start (I like the snare) and then that mid range bass is cool. But the best first thing are the effected vocals occurring soon after that bass entry. They repeat a number of times and it's always good to hear them return.

    Then some funky little delayed synth. I swear it's still making me think a bit of Hot Chip, not so much the bassline this time. More that funky little delayed synth, with its lovely movement.

    Main vocals are actually pretty cool.

    1:17 bass gets even cooler.

    2:08 more good slow attack synth.

    Cool final synth flourish ending.

    Overall: fine work and a really consistent track that's about the right length. No real criticisms.

    This does indeed have commercial potential.
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey StaticNomad! It actually surprises me, and makes me happy at the same time that you enjoyed listening to this one! The "taking lotsa drugs and strugglin" thing is mostly a historical re-enactment, as well as a loose observation of every day interactions with other humans. On the contrary, I am relatively sober lately, which is a bit embarrassing considering what I do partake in. That this can be considered a classic Spivkurl vibe to your ears is pleasing, and also disconcerting, as I have been treading new ground in my composition and sound design. The beat is highly influenced by the MrFunk loop, with some good continuity added from the proecliptix loop. I enhanced the snare part with some detailed sequencing in a new layer, yes you told me so, ha ha! I'm pretty happy with the bass part on this one as well. By the effected vocals, I'm assuming you mean my "dance" sample sequences. I found them to be a great hook for the song, and I love the "losing my voice" quality of them. I'm glad you like the main synth lead part. I enhanced the variety of it late in composition with some cloning of the instrument and adjustment of different aspects to suit the feel of different sections. Your regular mention of Hot Chip, as well as Crucethus's mentions of John Foxx were brought to mind when getting involved in the "blatant melody theft" thread in the forums. Along the lines of, if someone hears similarities between "A" and "B", does it mean that "B" copied, plagiarised, or were influenced by "A"... not necessarily! (I know you know that, just had a thought) Not necessarily, as I had never heard a Hot Chip song until you brought up their music, and likewise had never hear a John Foxx song until Cruce mentioned his music. I just found it relevant, though didn't want to mention it in the thread, asit is already way out of hand. Happy you like the vocals too, as it was a real challenge. If it weren't for getting really angry on facebook, I don't think I could have put the right emotion into the singing. I think the final synth flourish is the icing on the cake, and I'm proud of the composition value of it. Your "overall" conclusion is good to read, and it makes me feel like I am making improvements and reaching goals that I set for myself, so thank you. I am giving away the wave version of this, so maybe no commercial value any more, heh. I really appreciate your thoughtful contributions here on the site!
  9. DrvanLansberg12
    DrvanLansberg12 on Sun 1st Mar 2015 - 2 years ago
    From the first seconds this song gets me in a way. Strangly enough, this would never be the kind of music I would listen to at home. But it's energy is amazing. I just couldn't stop listening :-). What I like best is the drum track. The double bass and tight snare are awesome. Percussion adds to the energy as well of course.

    In the comments I read that were going for that mid 80's sounds, well, you succeeded because that is what my first thoughts were listening to the track. Have you considered leveling up the guitar somewhat? I think it might have somewhat more precense. Maybe some (extra) reverb would work as well.

    So, great energy and a wonderful drumtrack! Well done.

    Doc
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey there, thank you for our kind and constructive comment! The drums really drove the inspiration for this track, so much thanks go to MrFunk and Proecliptix for that. As a bit of inspiration from staticnomad, I did a bit of layering with my own drum sounds to enhance the rhythm. Happy with how the snare ended up. I'm glad you hear a mid 80's vibe in there too. I think that era is all but forgotten, and with good reason I suppose. I appreciate it more all the time though. I guess I wanted a pretty thin guitar presence in this, since it's mostly going on when the chorus vocals are there. Didn't want to take away the focus you know. As far as reverb goes, I didn't know if you meant on the guitar or as a whole. I've been going for a pretty dry sound lately, so it was pretty intentional. I really appreciate the feedback!
  10. midisparks
    midisparks on Sun 1st Mar 2015 - 2 years ago
    the vocals are sounding awesome. that burpy thing is a trip! I lovle "I'm different . . . " into instrumental. very neat. you're a trippy composer Spiv! ha ha! it's a killer track man - big congrats! fav!
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey Dan, great to hear your feedback here and on soundcloud! That burpy thing is my voice through the 100 proof mic I built, then sampled in a simple way. It was from the first test of the mic, when I said "dance." I'm pretty happy with "I'm different" part as well. It took a while to get it right, but work out with a change to a Bb chord structure for the bridge into the outro. It's nice to hear your words. I actually feel like I'm moving on to being a composer as opposed to just a musician. I'm getting a feel for scales and chords now and how they interrelate. Thank you for the listen and fave!
  11. djtheobserver01
    djtheobserver01 on Fri 27th Feb 2015 - 2 years ago
    YO yo !

    love the acidly baseline ,
    love als the speed of drums .
    love the rythm ,
    Love your vocals ,
    and love also the lyrics ...
    Love the guitarplay ...
    LOve this
    Yup , I loving it !!

    Greetz
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey DJTO, I appreciate you stopping by! Seems like you listed almost every part of the song as something you love, so that's good news to me! I think that finally the music I like to listen to, and the music that I make, are starting to merge in a way. I'm not too fond of things I made a couple of years ago, but at least I can be fond of what I made a couple weeks ago! Thank you very much!
  12. crucethus
    crucethus on Fri 27th Feb 2015 - 2 years ago
    Yes Spiv,
    John Foxx comparisons are a compliment.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4quBLWvzGQ&html5=1
    for some cool solo stuff.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tp_2ClC4eME&html5=1
    And for Later early Ultravox!
    Gary Numan cites this era of U-VOX to be his muse. (he hates the Midge Ure years)
    The early U-vox are more like punk meets Roxy Music.
    Oh yeah, and Eno had his hand in this as well.
    Cru
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hello again, thanks for the reply! I think you have linked to that first one before on one of my tracks, and while it is a good song, top of the pops kind of makes me cringe with the poor lip sync work and all. That uvox one you linked to is pretty cool though! I can see where you get the comparison, and I think it pleases me, as I've been trying to get closer to a "one man band" ability in my music... and since John Foxx had bands to do it all for him, it's a compliment. It's funny, I really dig a lot of Eno's solo stuff, but when he got his hands in other people's work it wasn't usually my thing. My favorites are "Another Green World" and "Nerve Net", I used to listen to those SO MUCH! I think the main collaboration of his that I like is David Bowie's "Lodger", another that I listened to quite a bit. I'm not much for ambient listening, so his more ambient world music influenced stuff was not my preference. Anyway, thank you for the comment and continuing conversation!
  13. jklice
    jklice on Fri 27th Feb 2015 - 2 years ago
    Initially I had been ok, good drum rythm and loop, but then it got complicated and the vocals came in with some of those "dubstep" sounds. Very nice and quick paced
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey, thank you for listening and leaving a comment! To be honest I've realized that I have no idea what makes a sound dubsteppy any more. I know there is wobble basses (none in this song), and half time drum stuff (not really here either)... so beyond that I guess I can just say that I'm happy if it sounds like something you enjoy. The quick pace was definitely intended, and those drum loops from members really helped out. Thank you again!
  14. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Wed 25th Feb 2015 - 2 years ago
    Thanks again for your reply. I entirely agree with all what you are saing.
    Commenting of looperman stuff require a certain amount of perceptional stylistic 'filter', needless to say. Maybe that funkastic's loop reminded me of something that sounded strange in that specific context of the arrangement of your song... That may be a reason for my negative reaction. Also I found myself listening to your stuff in different times and some time I really liked it. The other day I hated it.

    I am truly impressed by your work anyway. It is a kind of an ultimate 'complete musician' dream: constructing your own instruments, composing music, arranging, singing, playing instruments and releasing complete albums. What more is needed? I am using this site for so called self development too.
    Personally I do not believe in getting very useful 'feedback' on lm. Its all superficial and generic. Usually '...some of the sounds could use a little more EQ to crisp them up a bit, but overall, I'm liking what I'm hearing' or 'I'm loving it!'.
    Also I really believe in playing the real instruments because twaeking the daw is happening to fast to me to even realize what I am doing actually. Maybe I was listening to much to loops from this site... haha.

    Keep up the good work. That is my only advise lol
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl I'm sorry if you felt that the funktastic loop didn't fit in. I guess I just liked the groove of it. Thought about removing it after I built my own drum patterns around it, but once I got the kick and snare arranged how I wanted, I thought it still sounded good in context. This isn't the sort of thing most people want to listen to every day, that's for sure. I understand your "self development" comment, and I definitely am satisfied on that account in regards to looperman. Lately I've been trying to help others develop more than taking what I can get though. There is so much talent here, but sometimes there is a lack of technical knowledge. I've gotten some great feedback from the people around here, but at the same time, I usually consider a track finished when I upload it, so I don't take recommendations into effect until later compositions. It's always nice to hear that someone just enjoyed it, and has no constructive criticism. Thanks for the good conversation, I can always rely on you for that!
  15. BradoSanz
    BradoSanz on Wed 25th Feb 2015 - 2 years ago
    This was quite groovy, Spiv! Keep up this stuff, I'm loving it!
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey thank you ER, I appreciate you taking a listen! Had both an enjoyable and painful experience creating the song. I'm happy that some people are finding it worth listening to! Thanks again!
  16. joecramer
    joecramer on Wed 25th Feb 2015 - 2 years ago
    Yo, thats a cool retro sounding one.
    It has almost from all something that i listen to in the 80´s.
    And it has a nice tempo.
    Very wild things comes around and in a way it is like something in a minimal style. But it isnt real minimalistic, maybe more a kind of -minimal bombastic-
    The vocals sounds cool to the music in the way you preform them.

    Real cool one Spivkurl!
    I enjoyed the listen

    stay tuned
    joe
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey Joe, you've made me happy with your words yet again! 80s music has always been one of my big influences, I'm sure mostly because It was my childhood. I used to have a real bad attitude about what some of the new wave, goth and punk bands ended up doing in the mid 80s, but at this point I'm really beginning to understand where they were coming from. There was a lot of new options in music, and they were giving it a try. I think that's where I'm at right now as well. Trying new things, opening new doors, experiencing what this time has to offer musically. It was pretty painful to record these vocals, but at the same time, very healing. I like the "minimal bombastic" reference, could be a good name for a record label or something. Appreciate you taking a listen!
  17. LivingInSilence
    LivingInSilence on Wed 25th Feb 2015 - 2 years ago
    Dog Gamnit I will never get sick of your music.

    I'm never sure how or even if I should critique your music, it's so unique to me that I don't think I could give any reasonable input. I do like this very much though and am definitely downloading this for future listening. It's minimalistic yet very upfront and it sort of forces your attention, which I seem to struggle with when working with minimalism. The sounds all work together beautifully and are very clean so great job on the mix and master.

    Great song! Thanks for sharing it.
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey friend, thank you for listening! No need to critique if you don't feel the inspiration to do so. It is enough that you liked it and downloaded it! I'm happy that you hear the minimal nature in here, as it really is a lot less orchestrated than my recent stuff. For some reason, when I start out with a house sort of song idea, it always ends up lending itself to a vocal track, and often inspires me to write lyrics. I really appreciate the feedback!
  18. teamrufeless
    teamrufeless on Tue 24th Feb 2015 - 2 years ago
    It started out with 'WTF' and ended with 'OMG'its complex simplicity took me back to the B52s great track its gonna be stuck in my head for quite sometime well done Lee
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey, thank you for listening and for the kind comment! I've actually been exposing myself to the B52's a bit lately, so it makes sense, though I hadn't thought of the comparison. I do enjoy punk and new wave a lot, in fact it's where my musical roots lie primarily. Stuck in your head is good, just don't let it drive you insane! Thanks again!
  19. crucethus
    crucethus on Tue 24th Feb 2015 - 2 years ago
    In a cool way you are channelling John Foxx in some ways. I was just listening to DEVO Are me not men the other day. what a freaking great album that was. Eno produced and they pissed him off when they wouldn't listen to his suggestions for adding synths par 4 instances on the album.
    Cru
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey there! You have mentioned John Foxx before when commenting on my tracks, and I take it as a positive comparison. I really haven't listened to much for full devo albums, so you know... I do enjoy some of Eno's old work. That's very funny he wanted them to go all maximal like that! Thanks for taking a listen!
  20. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Mon 23rd Feb 2015 - 2 years ago
    ok, so I said 'overproduced' meaning that some elements seem like they do not really work together in this song stylistically. That's just my very personal preference. So it is on the basic level of the elements of the arrangement... The vocals are very 'dry' but still they sound really fine with the short synth lines.
    Truly I do not listen to electronic kind of music at all - that's may be a reason for my continuous cryptic feedback...
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Thank you for the clarification. I get what you're saying, I think "overproduced" means something very different to me. On the other hand, it is in a way the sound I've been going for... that mid eighties over orchestrated new wave gone pop sort of style. Stylistically, thought, I don't understand, as the style is mine and the song is mine, only those two loops were other's work. "Electronic" is just a catch all genre, and may have put it under fusion were it not for the purists around here lately... not pointing any fingers ha ha. I've gotten the reaction about the vocals from someone else, but really the vocals are more processed than usual. Just not autotuned. The guitar in the choruses may be bothering you, as I suggest Ab major for a moment, as opposed to the rest of the songs key. Thanks again!
  21. promenade2239
    promenade2239 on Mon 23rd Feb 2015 - 2 years ago
    hi. I think it is a way too overproduced one... where's the minimal approach? ok, still there's some very interesting single elements like a vocoder work at the very beginning of your song. I really liked it. nice tribal feel when the funkastic's loops come in.

    good electronic track and really good songwriting work.
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey there, thank you for your opinion on this new track! Overproduced in what way might I ask? It's really not far off in use of effects than my other recent tracks, and there are far less channels in use than most of my recent work as well. The vocoder is not actually a vocoder, just a couple samples of my voice arranged and effected a bit... I liked the groove and technical feel to it. The funktastic loop is present right from the beginning, and through most of the track really... it helped much to develop the swing of the track. Thanks for the positive comment on the songwriting! It went from a written lyric idea to a completed song in three days. I appreciate you listening and responding!
  22. mrwolf14
    mrwolf14 on Mon 23rd Feb 2015 - 2 years ago
    Hi Spiv,
    Liked this track: this could be a "single" from your new album. I think it has lot of potential as a "commercial" song... even if maybe this is not what you were aiming for :-)
    Your voice in this track reminds me a bit (a lot?) of Jhonny Lydon's one: interesting tone with a little amount of crazyness.
    Ciao, Domenico
    Spivkurl
    Reply by Spivkurl Hey Domenico, thank you for taking a listen and being the first to comment! While you are right that "commercial" is not what I was aiming for, at the same time I feel that I did end up with a fairly listenable pop style. Comparison to John Lydon is quite acceptable to me, thank you! It was a big challenge to get the timing right when recording the vocals, both in relation to the instrumental, and in relation to actually recording it in real life. My voice was shot for most of the early takes, but this one ended up with a good dirty feel to my ears. You got the crazy part right! Thank you so much!

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I am
Hatin everyone
and lovin it
Taking this shit
and shovelin

Takin extra drugs
and bufferin
Sittin so high
Sittin 'bove it

Feeling this heat and
I'm bein' the beat
Don't think this is cheap
I'll freeze to my seat
And I'll covet it
I am sufferin'

Takin' all your stuff
and shuttin' it
Hatin' every bit
I'm discoverin'
Takin' lotsa drugs
and strugglin'
Makin' my mind
up stutterin

I'm feelin' so neat
I'm bein' the beat
Don't think this is cheap
You'll discover it
While recorverin'
I am Sufferin'

Feeling this heat and
I'm bein' the beat
Don't think this is cheap
Freeze to my seat
and I'll covet it
I am sufferin'
I am different

 


 

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Description : After a major uphill battle completing this song and turning it into what it is now, I feel some amount of satisfaction. It was like reality wanted me to give up or something. It's done... phew... Have updated this almost completely, from repatching the modular bass, playing some guitar parts, adding electric piano and synth lead, redoing and tuning the DW-6000 synth, of course adding my vocals, and mixing and mastering. It really has become pretty new wave, like much of my stuff does recently. Have added the lyrics as well. I am proud and happy with it, and I hope you all enjoy listening! UPDATE... woohoo just broke 1000 plays on this track here at looperman! ***original description*** Hey finally here with a new track! I'm not sure what to call this other than electronic, due to the high tempo. This is the first song finished using my interface which allows direct MIDI control of my modular synthesizer. The mid frequency bass part is all from that patch. There are tracks designed with my Zoom RT-123 drum machine, the microkorg, and the circuit bent KORG DW-6000. Other than that it is just a kick and snare drum sample, and a a quick vocal snippet. So I guess it's fairly minimal in that respect. Would like to hear the Looperman community's thoughts on this song! Thank you for listening
Tags : | Electronic | 7.04 MB | Featured
Description : The answer to Close Encounters is Hymn Of The Pleiades.This is a strictly groove track where the elements of ambient meets electronic funk and Hip Hop. Track was recorded, mixed and mastered using Mixcraft Pro Studio 6 software. Results were achieved by using a FATA Studio 90 MIDI keyboard ran through a E-MU Proteus 2000 sound module, - for the phat funky bass synth. I also used a KORG O5R/W sound module for the retro lead synth parts and ambient sound pads. I utilized what was essentially a old school Hip Hop drum track, arranged and beefed it up for that extra umh! I greatly appreciate all the positive feedback the track has garnered thus far. Keep listening and by all means, your comments are much welcomed... thanks.
Description : Recently I've been quite into future bass and this my first real try at making it. Looking forward to some constructive criticism. Hope you enjoy You'll find the artwork for this track here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaLe8kXM9fg Update - This is the updated completed version of the song featuring Eshar on the vocals.This is a very experimental track and hopefully you'll be pleasantly surprised by it. I don't know where else to put this, but I really want to thank the Looperman community for giving my track a chance. It's almost hit 800 plays and it's got so many favorites, it's insane. Thanks to everyone who made this the song it is right now.
Description : With the winter solstice comes a new album from Spivkurl, as well as this new song from the album. Kind of a new-new-wave sort of track. We all like it around here.
Tags : | Electronic | 10.95 MB
Description : Here's an original track I made which features different vst's I've found within the interwebs. Very chill, yet hard hitting. I'd say this track is Chillout/Electronic.
Description : Recently did a collab with Looperman user doctorcatface, and this is what came of it. He sent me his project file with individual loop sections. I laid out the arrangement and wrote some lyrics. Did the mixing and mastering too. I don't know about you, but I enjoy listening to this one. Here's the original track that inspired the collab: https://www.looperman.com/tracks/detail/148352 Thanks much for listening! 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
Description : The wild warrior. In a mysterious chilling EBM mix. In this unusual song I only use VST's. The total wacky WHOOO, for the Jungle alarm flute. He really has a totally funky interface. Then even the Revolta2, Tethys2 and MT Powerdrumkit2. And underneath, sounds from Robotar. Mixed with Spinner and KeroVee and some more FX stuff. And on top of it a little singing, from me. Again the question arises. What is the name of this style or genre? But more important, of course, that you like it. Comments are of course welcome. Enjoy the music and dance like a wild warrior
Description : 7th track of my future vocaloid album, Acerbus 2. Genre: Metal-Pop. UPDATED june 27th, enhanced left Gumi (vocalist), added 1 last chorus. (VOCAL SAMPLES AVAILABLE AT THE ACAPELLA SECTION)
Tags : | Electronic | 8.76 MB
Description : New 8-bit inspired track. I'm very happy with how this is sounding so far, but would love some feedback if you've got any. Thanks :) UPDATE: The track is finished now and can be downloaded here for free: https://pumpyoursound.com/fangate/detail/24137-melodic-dreamer-little-bit-of-8-bit-fangate There's more where it came from: https://soundcloud.com/melodicdreamer
Tags : | Electronic | 8.04 MB
Description : Well, yesterday I did another cover tune, this time an REM song from the album "Monster." I've wanted to cover this song for quite some time, and it all fell into place in just a couple hours. I took one of the basses from my modular synth, and the intro atmosphere was played on my optical theremin. In the chorus there is an arpeggiated organ sound which is sampled from my Gibson G-101 organ. The drums are all samples, and the rest of the synths are VST. Very interested to hear the reaction to this, as it's quite different from the original. Thanks for listening.
Tags : | Electronic | 4.15 MB
Description : Yeah , Its MG's Power ... I Love It So Much ... My Best track ever I Made Need your Comments
Description : This song is represents the final summation of Spivkurl's new album "HellLP." Wrote it with my own two legs and a brain, and composed it with the help of some of my robot friends. The message should be very clear, and if it is not, then you may want to unplug for a while.
Tags : | Electronic | 7.48 MB
Description : A little song about activism at it's most basic, with a pinch of active imagination. I worked my Eat Lead Copper modular synth into this one, as well as the modified Monotribe. Played a bass part on the old '91 Epiphone Precision bass. Also just did some parts replacement on the '90 Epiphone Les Paul Studio, and decided to test it out on this song... with amp and effects via a POD v2.0. Thank you for listening!
Tags : | Electronic | 4.84 MB
Description : The best I can describe this track is 80's synth pop crashes into disco. This is the shorter of 2 versions I have, call it a radio edit:) Although this sounds to me like a mash up of a couple of genres, it still has a simple, retro beat. Comments always welcome ;P
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