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Description : I guess this would qualify as PsycoFunkFusion, if that were a genre. I'm kinda surprised it not. So I would just say music. Roughly speaking.

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  1. Juliooliveira
    Juliooliveira on Sat 13th Feb 2021 - 4 months ago

    Hey Jynxz! You make a very interesting kinds xperiments, anda i love it.
    The phaser bass was incredible, very different timbre.
    I think you must make more songs like this.

    Julio

    Jynxz
    Reply by Jynxz

    What's up Juliooliveira,

    I'm glad you liked it.
    I wonder sometimes if I
    stray so far away from mainstream
    music that no one will give me a listen.
    I appreciate your listen and comment.
    I've got more tracks on the way.

    PEACE...

  2. Lek
    Lek on Tue 2nd Feb 2021 - 4 months ago

    Pretty much spot on with your genre description. Plenty of variation in there to keep a listener on their toes, which is always a good thing :) Like the old school processed slap bass type sound you have in there as well. All good mate.

    Jynxz
    Reply by Jynxz

    Hello Lek,

    I try really hard but I can't seem to shake that
    "good ole school processed slap Bass" sound, I've
    been told I'm stuck in the 80's (I am) so I just go
    with it when I think the sound is appropriate. To some
    it's never appropriate so, I'm glad you liked it.
    Thank you for your comments and listen.

    PEACE...

  3. cyberflares
    cyberflares on Sat 30th Jan 2021 - 4 months ago

    Hey there Jynxz

    Sorry for late reply been messing about with another tune get stuck in the zone sometimes even if they don.t come out right haha.

    Man thank you for your kind words comments like that make it all so much worth while. To some its noise but thats cool you found it interesting so that makes it worth it :) cheers man.

    i was 15yrs old when i first came across pink floyd in my mothers collection along with a blues tape of jimi hendrix best discovery ever. 2 yrs later in my first band and first song i learn on bass was money :)

    By the way im a guy lol funny joefunktastic thought i was a chick too haha.
    Anyways man likewise i look forward to hearing some more of your cool stuff.

    Cheers
    Robin.

    Jynxz
    Reply by Jynxz

    Hello cyberflares,

    I understand, life happens:-)
    I just listened to your latest post
    "Galactic Wars", I really liked the Funk
    at the beginning of the track and actually
    the whole track. Super creative...

  4. CinCoCent
    CinCoCent on Fri 29th Jan 2021 - 4 months ago

    You are the man when it comes to this genre. So much put into this. Great synth works

    Jynxz
    Reply by Jynxz

    What's up CCC,
    thank you for the listen, comment and thumbs up.

    PEACE...

  5. cyberflares
    cyberflares on Wed 27th Jan 2021 - 4 months ago

    Hey there Jynxz,

    I could not agree with you more its cool to do the genre thing and stay in line but after a while tends to get a bit boring well to me it has always been that way when i played in bands most would do covers which in the end is ok if your gigging in slip in some of your own but i was always more for doing my own thing with music unless it came to a cover of floyd of course then i would do it no probs haha.

    Yup LM is a cool place but like all places has its moments in you just think really dam i am just here for some music and to try make some music and maybe learn on the way like you if someone likes it brilliant but if they don't heyho plenty more options to listen to on here.

    But i have to say your stuff is far from uninteresting from what i have heard so far on your own and collabs some no most of it is simply brilliant in no that is not me butt kissing honest opinion some of you guys are just crazily too good to be just on here for fun but its brilliant for folk like myself that dont have much knowlege and can pick the brains of folk like you and learn from your music. keep it up man and thanks for sharing. :)

    Jynxz
    Reply by Jynxz

    What's up cyberflares,

    It's funny you should mention "Floyd"
    I wasn't sure how you felt about them
    but, when I listened to some of your work
    I felt Floyd right off the bat. In fact I thought
    to myself; you sound like Floyd without the vocals
    or a record company holding them back creatively.

    I'm really interested in your style. It's so refreshing
    to hear a talent like yourself express him/her self so freely and honestly with no BS just real art.

    It's great to get a thumbs up from another out of the box
    player like yourself. Thank you.

    Waiting on your next project.

    PEACE...

  6. cyberflares
    cyberflares on Tue 26th Jan 2021 - 4 months ago

    Yup digging this big time man very cool music for a cool genre.

    Jynxz
    Reply by Jynxz

    Hello Cyberflares,

    I really appreciate your listen but, your comment is what encourages me the most. Every time I post a track I wonder if I am the only one that finds it, at least interesting. I think LM is the place where you should be able to play it your way and not think about the current trends just "Do yo Thang". If others like cool, if not still cool. CyberSpace is the ultimate place for like minds to meet.

    PEACE...

  7. DijamMusic
    DijamMusic on Sun 24th Jan 2021 - 4 months ago

    Hello,
    Wow, my dear friend, you are untouchable.
    Great track my friend.
    Well done mate.
    Maj

    Jynxz
    Reply by Jynxz

    Hello Maj,

    I appreciate your listen and encouragement.
    I hope to keep you interested. It always feels
    good to get a positive comment from a major player
    like yourself. Cheers...

    PEACE...

  8. crucethus
    crucethus on Sun 24th Jan 2021 - 5 months ago

    PsycoFunkFusion, is a good idea for a genre.
    I love the synth solos. Well thought out composition.

    Jynxz
    Reply by Jynxz

    Hello crucethus,

    I'm sure it's a "thing" out there somewhere.
    I really appreciate your listen and comments
    I've been trying to do more listening and less
    playing. I've been hearing some really good music
    from you and many other LMers.

  9. phantomproduction
    phantomproduction on Sat 23rd Jan 2021 - 5 months ago

    hi dude! really psychedelic, but completely listenable !! funkadelic? very good job!
    Michel

    Jynxz
    Reply by Jynxz

    Hello Michel,

    Hey man I really appreciate your listen and comments.

    PEACE...

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