Description : Another weird blending of genres I am working on. Track was all composed by myself using some sampling and an old 1983 Memphis Strat of which I am totally rusty on due to a serious left hand/wrist injury several years back.

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  1. sirefox
    sirefox on Fri 25th Feb 2022 - 11 months ago

    Buen tema amigo mo, me encantan los sonidos y la guitarra, es espectacular, de enorme calidad. Enorme batera, me gusta como suena con el resto de instrumentos. Buena mezcla. Que tengas un buen da compaero. Paz y salud.

    Chasmchaser
    Reply by Chasmchaser

    Thank you "sirefox". You are so appreciated my friend.

  2. Spivkurl
    Spivkurl on Thu 24th Feb 2022 - 11 months ago

    A very psychedelic industrial adventure to be had in this listen. Intense and beautiful! I like the guitar parts very much. The drum rhythms are cool too. Very nice work on this song!

  3. ClickbaitCabaret
    ClickbaitCabaret on Wed 23rd Feb 2022 - 11 months ago

    I like it. It's like aliens from an alternate universe dancing & trying to get laid.

  4. Zootman
    Zootman on Wed 23rd Feb 2022 - 11 months ago

    I thought this was pretty enjoyable, as you say a mix of genres but I thought it worked well. Thought your guitar sounded great. percs coming in and out good too, maybe you added that after the comments.

  5. Alien
    Alien on Tue 22nd Feb 2022 - 11 months ago

    Agreed with BaoBou...
    IMHO A beat (hats and snares) in the background could tie it all together.

    Chasmchaser
    Reply by Chasmchaser

    Thanks for the listen. Nice to have someone else out there to help another musician figure these things out. Working some hats and snares in, which for I am not the best at. Many Thanks Friend

  6. BaoBou
    BaoBou on Tue 22nd Feb 2022 - 11 months ago

    It's really interesting! It doesn't fully sound like everything belongs together though, and I got lost a bit halfway. Still, again, very interesting , and I'm always happy to hear more guitar here :)

    Chasmchaser
    Reply by Chasmchaser

    Thank You. Drums are not my best instrument. I need to work on that a bit more. We have an awesome drummer whom I watch practice at the church I go to. I am a videographer there and get to see him in action a couple days a week. He makes it look effortless. We do Christian Rock. I will be shooting tonight. Music for a whole hour...going to enjoy it. Thanks for the listen.

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