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Thiefinger

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  1. This is a little ep of ambient lofi bits I've made recently. I sort of tried to make these short tunes that conjure up feelings of loneliness and isolation with a bit of nostalgia. https://0-1983.bandcamp.com/album/nomad
  2. oispa karkkii

  3. I haven't been able to make music for almost three months because I've just felt mentally exhausted but finally got back into it. Lofi ambient breakbeat stuff.
  4. I have a couple of old projects of jungle/breakbeat. I don't know why I haven't made more of this stuff. Got distracted by retrowave and electro. Also making this kind of tracks goes a bit against my natural workflow (which isn't necessarily bad). I really love listening to old school jungle, not so much making it.
  5. After two months of not making music and settling in at a new home I finally got my stuff setup and made some electro.
  6. pleasure principle good.
  7. I have never listened to anything else but Aphex Twin
  8. Iloista vappua!

  9. 35 hours into Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC. Mixed feelings. Technically this game looks really good and it's just fascinating to go around looking at the world. Also the story itself is interesting and you can see Dutch turning into the villain he was in the RDR1. But then on the other hand the missions are really linear and repetitive, it's more like an interactive movie than a game at some points. Also the cover-shooting bits are getting really boring. I get that this game goes more into the "experience" category than an actual game where you have to make your own decisions and master t
  10. Yeah. I've done a lot of the side stuff already, because I was sort of saving the main quests so that I wouldn't go through them too fast. It's just the empty feeling when you've sort of already finished the game and just doing other stuff in the open world. I always like to keep the main story active while doing sidequests and activities in open world games so it feels there's this big goal still ahead.
  11. Finished the main story on AC: Origins. A bit disappointing tbh, I was waiting for something grander for the end. To me the last missions didn't feel much different from all the other quests. Of course there's still loads of side activities in the game, but after finishing the main story I don't know I feel like grinding them. Anyway, it was a nice game that so far has given me 52 hours of gameplay. Next I think I'll play Tomb Raider from 2013, I got it recently when Steam gave it out for free for a limited time.
  12. 40 hours into Assassins Creed Origins. I sort of like this franchise although it definitely has its shortcomings. This is a pretty fun game. The stealth mechanics work great and my favorite parts are infiltrating enemy bases and taking them out silently. There's also quite a bit of grinding which is a bit meh at times but overall it's ok. Also the setting is great. I love going around ancient Egypt and checking out all the places. Not an instant classic by any means but a well made game in a good franchise.
  13. yea taking care of your mental health should be pretty high up the priority list. i've read some corona -subreddits and some people are getting really mentally unstable because of all this. just follow all the precautions etc. but other than that.. chill if you can. a bad emotional state doesn't help anyone. easier said than done for most, personally i'm quite lucky to live in a relatively small finnish town and i can avoid people pretty easily. but yeah.
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