Description : I would say this is a Psychedelic,Weird Double Entendre. Hard to say which way it will go.

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  1. RuslanG
    RuslanG on Mon 21st Dec 2020 - 1 year ago

    Nice fusion track! Blend of styles

    Reply by Jynxz

    Hello RuslanG,

    Thank you for your listen and comment.


  2. Zootman
    Zootman on Mon 14th Dec 2020 - 1 year ago

    This is an awesome mashup. Jazzy, funky and weird. Love it.

    Reply by Jynxz

    Hello zootman2u,

    I haven't been on LM a while so when I saw a email from Looperman I figured I must have screwed something up or I owed them some money. LOL
    I'm glad you enjoyed this track. It's very encouraging to hear your feedback. I appreciate your listening and taking the time out to leave a comment.


    CINCOCENT on Mon 28th Sep 2020 - 2 years ago

    Introduction is brilliant. Synth works is cool. U are a master at this genre! Nice jazzy voxs!

    Reply by Jynxz

    What's up CCC,
    your encouragement means a lot to me.
    Thanks for your listen and comment.

  4. djphildrummin
    djphildrummin on Mon 28th Sep 2020 - 2 years ago

    GOOD WORK!!! I DIG IT!!!

    Reply by Jynxz

    I really appreciate your encouragement, comment and listen.


    NDAPOCKET123 on Fri 18th Sep 2020 - 2 years ago


  6. Micky
    Micky on Thu 17th Sep 2020 - 2 years ago

    Oh brother where art thou? Wait a minute, what are you doin'? Check it out ... that's a ding ding good mix ... a a what? I thought my mind was blown enough but no it's repeat and repeat. Where did those maggots come in ... what? Can we guitar me through here? Father of liquid light - vibe me back ...
    Ahhhh .... Sir Keyalot, I stand by with horses saddled!

  7. terryjmhitsong
    terryjmhitsong on Thu 17th Sep 2020 - 2 years ago


    Reply by Jynxz

    WHat's up terryjmhitsong,
    I'm glad you enjoyed this track.
    Thank you for your listen and encouraging comment.

  8. crucethus
    crucethus on Thu 17th Sep 2020 - 2 years ago

    Oh yeah, I know whenever I click on a Jynx tune, I am going on a trip, so strap in and enjoy the ride. So many cool elements in this one mate!. But that bassline keeps it all together. I also likes how it deconstructs. Great talent and creativity my friend, you are becoming one of my favourite listens on this site.

    Reply by Jynxz

    Be sure you take a bow.
    When I first "discovered" LM I first realized that LM was a place you could post music, "YOUR" music with total impunity.
    While I'm not a big House or Techno fan after listening to your tracks back then, it opened up a Pandora's box that I haven't been, or even want to close. Sooo... Thanks for that.:-)
    I also can't help noticing my choice of FX & ambient samples, effects and their usage is similar to the style of yours. Perhaps the birth of another genre:-)
    I really enjoy your approach to composition & execution.
    Thank you for you listen & comments.

  9. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Thu 17th Sep 2020 - 2 years ago

    Hello My friend.
    brilliant track as usual.
    Well done.

    Reply by Jynxz

    Hello DijamMusic,

    Hope you are doing well.

    I appreciate your listen and comment



  10. bringerofDOOM
    bringerofDOOM on Wed 16th Sep 2020 - 2 years ago

    Like all the odd vocals and confused tones. I know the feeling about categorization. There should be an experimental, progressive, or avant garde category. Your tracks are like good acid trips, entertaining and not too scary :)

    Reply by Jynxz

    What's up BofD,

    You used the word I was looking for "avant garde". I wonder if that's a genre? It should be.
    I really appreciate your comments and your listen.

  11. ClickbaitCabaret
    ClickbaitCabaret on Wed 16th Sep 2020 - 2 years ago

    IT"S GONNA BLOW!!!! Interesting track with some unique elements Thrown in. YEAH!!

    Reply by Jynxz

    Hello clickbaitcabaret,
    I'm glad you found it interesting.
    Thank you for your comments and listen.

  12. CaraDeSol
    CaraDeSol on Wed 16th Sep 2020 - 2 years ago

    Sweet funky track Jynxz, truly fresh and unique. I admire the hard work you put into this, incredible effort. I really enjoyed the entire piece mate, I am grateful for your presence and creativity. Thank you for sharing, looking forward to hearing more.


    Reply by Jynxz

    Hello CaraDeSol,

    I am honored by your encouragement.

    I really like that LM is a platform where writers and artist can have "Their" musical ideas presented to the world on your own terms without having to compromise what you really want to say musically and see what other writers and artist are saying in real time.
    Plus find out how other writers/artist like yourself, feel about your tracks in real time.

    Thank you for your listen and kind and encouraging comments.


  13. JoeFunktastic
    JoeFunktastic on Wed 16th Sep 2020 - 2 years ago

    You got a little bit of funk in this one too! Hey Jynxz, this sounds very cool. It is so unique sounding, that it is hard to say what this masterpiece reminds of. Thanks for bringing your own creative style here for us to enjoy. It is so gratifying to hear good music like this here. Keep up the awe-inspiring work, I want to know your secret man! Good master too!


    Reply by Jynxz

    Wow! I consider it a extreme honor whenever I get a comment from JoeFunktastic.

    It's not so much that I'm striving to be strange and unusual
    as the fact that I guess I am strange and unusual. LOL
    I've been trying to just keep it real and put out tracks with music that reflects my musical taste. Hopefully without offending your eardrums.:-)

    I really appreciate you listen and encouraging comments



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