Tags : | Psychedelic | 8.33 MB

Description : Descent into the archaic and cursed meanders of Nameless City. Inspired by the homonymous story by HPL. Comment freely, friends.

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  1. krotan
    krotan on Sat 15th Aug 2020 - 2 years ago

    Yes, the impression is very much in line with Lovecraft's story. Thank you, Marco.

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Dear Friend thank you very much for your comment, your opinion is very important to me. When I return from holidays in September I would like to propose to you to make some pieces in collaboration.
    A warm greeting

  2. PatriciaEdwards
    PatriciaEdwards on Sat 23rd May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Whoa what a trip. Haha
    I expected something different,
    not quite sure what,
    but it wasn't a bad ride. :-)

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Thanks, I'm glad you liked my song, in fact it was born as something experimental and unconventional. This is one of my songs that will be released in the background at the upcoming Portland Lovecraft Film Festival. Best wishes

  3. Nodog
    Nodog on Sat 23rd May 2020 - 2 years ago

    strange and for some reason reminded me of the film Blade runner where the human replicants are being hunted down for termination except they are better than the humans who hunt them. Nice track i enjoyed it and replayed it. Regards Robbie.

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Hello and thank you very much for your comment, your approach to the atmosphere of Blade Runner is interesting, a film that I have always appreciated for its visionary charge.
    Best wishes

  4. Micky
    Micky on Sat 23rd May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Wow Stereonomicon - that was quite a trip which caused me flashbacks ... Unfortunately Edgar Froese is (another one who is) not among us anymore he should hear it! But don't get me wrong, your great work does not need any comparisons, it stands alone.
    Greetings to lovely Italy,

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Good morning Michael, it is always a great pleasure to hear from you, thank you for the comparison with Edgar Froese, for me this is a real honor. I keep following your fantastic music on Looperman.
    Best wishes and see you soon

    CINCOCENT on Sat 23rd May 2020 - 2 years ago

    Psychedelic indeed! I'mentering the Twilight zone. lol I have never heard a build up like before. Oooo that change up is brilliant. So cosmic crazy. I enjoy stuff like this. Just close my eyes. Much more of a ride on some real psychedelics. Great work

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Thanks Friend for the great attention you have given to my music, your comment is for me a reason for real satisfaction.
    Best wishes

  6. SkyWalker580
    SkyWalker580 on Wed 6th May 2020 - 2 years ago

    dude im high right now lol and that was a trip! I could feel my whole body pulsating. fun stuff!

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    This is one of my songs that I consider to be best. Thanks for your support, a warm greeting

  7. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Wed 29th Apr 2020 - 2 years ago

    Hello mate,
    Nice track! enjoyed it.
    I love the flow of the track.
    Well Done

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Thanks Friend, I am happy that you liked my track, in fact it is a bit strange to listen. Best wishes

  8. Cybertooth
    Cybertooth on Sun 26th Apr 2020 - 2 years ago

    Hey man, you seem to enjoy exploring electronic sounds in general, but this one really speaks to me. I am also a fan of lovecraft and anything similar and the journey you intended is definitely felt, and i always appreciate a song with a story to tell.

    hope you are keeping well in times like these.

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Hello and thank you very much for your words, luckily I'm fine and in this period of isolation I'm playing a lot. In fact, I really like to research sounds trying to take advantage of the many possibilities offered by synthesizers. I am happy that you enjoyed my music. A greeting

  9. xstokes
    xstokes on Fri 24th Apr 2020 - 2 years ago

    Damn that's squiggly. Strange figures hanging out under the lampposts at night. Glad I read the comments and got clued in to yr Lovecraftian mythos - this is fitting! V cool stuff.

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Thanks Friend, your comment gives me great satisfaction, lately I am obsessed with the literary production of Lovecraft and my intent is to pay homage (as far as I can) to the great artistic genius of this writer. Best wishes

  10. theHumps
    theHumps on Fri 24th Apr 2020 - 2 years ago

    Interesting, a bit sci-fi and cinematic in that genre. Experimental and different. This is what makes music interesting, don't ya think?


    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Dear Friend, thank you for your comment. In fact, in this period I am looking for new and experimental sounds to obtain effects of strangeness and alienity linked to the Lovecraftian themes that inspire my music. I am really happy that you liked the result of my efforts. Best wishes

  11. Prodcde
    Prodcde on Wed 22nd Apr 2020 - 2 years ago

    Def sounds like a city i wanna visit, prob has strawberry fields with chesire cats

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Hi Friend, thanks for your nice comment. This is a city where I don't want to get lost, inside there are really strange things ...

  12. ignome
    ignome on Mon 20th Apr 2020 - 2 years ago

    that's very good, it's always a pleasure to discover a new track from you.
    Something experimental in this, and still good choice of sounds.

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Welcome back my friend, words like yours are a real pleasure for me and urge me to always try to make new songs. Your opinion is particularly dear because it is that of an authoritative talented musician. Merci beaucoup et bientt.

  13. crucethus
    crucethus on Mon 20th Apr 2020 - 2 years ago

    Ahh I love this one. It sounds like a sophisticated VCS3 with a nice chorus effect. eerie, spooky and dramatic while keeping with that synth-percussive sound that drives the body of this work. Excellent.

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Hi Steven, how are you? Fortunately I am well and these days of social isolation have provided me with new ideas for making music. Thank you very much for your review, having your news means hearing the voice of a friend. Best wishes and see you soon

  14. HeathAlexander
    HeathAlexander on Mon 20th Apr 2020 - 2 years ago

    Your tracks are always super interesting. The slow switch from 1:20-1:50 is awesome. I really enjoy the light and droning drums. It adds the right amount of drive to the wacky sounds.

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Thanks, your words are very welcome, yours is an opinion that I have a lot of respect for. In this period I am looking for particular and unusual sounds to be able to make the Lovecraftian atmospheres that characterize my production. I was very happy that the organization of the Lovecraft Film Festival welcomed my songs to entertain the audience during the breaks. Best wishes

  15. ClickbaitCabaret
    ClickbaitCabaret on Sun 19th Apr 2020 - 2 years ago

    Rather avant garde piece. Great one.

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Thanks Friend, your opinion is very significant to me. Best wishes

  16. SliMusic
    SliMusic on Sun 19th Apr 2020 - 2 years ago

    Kinda weird, but I dig it. Wish the kick hit harder. Keep at it!

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Thanks Friend, I will try to modify it as you recommended me. Best wishes

  17. Danke
    Danke on Sun 19th Apr 2020 - 2 years ago

    "great" comment by Henry...:-) :-(

    Absolute sci-fi, utopistic, after the end of the world war 3 (but many say the covid-19 is the World War 3...) song...bit scary, thought-provoking song, what will be with humanity type...


    feetshake, Danke

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Hi Friend, I really appreciate your comment because the song really wanted to be disturbing, as it was inspired by a homonymous story by HP Lovecraft. This is one of my songs that will be played as a background in the pauses between one video and another during the Lovecraft Film Festival 2020 in Portland (Covid permitting). Best wishes

  18. HenryPascal
    HenryPascal on Sun 19th Apr 2020 - 2 years ago

    Judging by the sounds that distinguish it, I would say that this city has a name ... and it's Milan! hahaha

    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Hello and thank you for your nice comment. In fact, I was born in Milan and probably many of the sounds and noises of that city have remained etched in my unconscious. Best wishes

  19. Juliooliveira
    Juliooliveira on Sun 19th Apr 2020 - 2 years ago

    Another great job, I'm already becoming a fan ... For me it was between the soundtrack of "Blade Runner" and the Pink Floyds album "Midle".
    This was another incredible trip in the imagination.


    Reply by Stereonomicon

    Dear Friend, thank you very much, the references you mentioned in fact are part of my baggage of musical listening. I am very happy that you like my music and I hope I will never disappoint you. Best wishes

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