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Someone asked what will be the first track of Elseq with its own thread. I’d like to propose Latentcall.
Why? It’s almost 15 mins of glory. I think that if his track was on say, Exai, we would write poems about it. People would cherish its monstrosity, length, grooviness, lush pads and shifting nature. Some could call it even the next Surripere.
Latentcall starts as a regular post-Exai track. It has a great rhythm to which heads constantly boob, and it has flickering melody with pads of Exai provenience. It's all pleasantly engaging. At over 6 min mark things start to change. The rhythm collapses. The beats are slowly dying. Pads and keys take lead. The machine is falling asleep. Mood sombers and gets melancholic. The melody - wait a minute, is there even a melody there? It seems so, but it’s really discrete and not immediately obvious. The pads become less artificial. They sound like even being played by a human. Technology however, is never too far away. Around 11 mins , simple beat comes in. The machine has returned. The rhythm has been reborn. At this point, the track gets ecstatic. Beat covered in deep reverb drags melody into itself. The beat has this wobbly feel that I loved so much on Irlie get 0.
Finally, both beat and melody slowly merge loosing its intensity and becoming more distant. The machine let it go and it starts to dissolve and melts away into darkness. At the end, there is nothing. Only thing that remains is silence.
A true masterpiece!
Thank you AE
By Guest milorad
Alitalia has flights with crazy discounts for the next two days so I've decided to make my dream come true and go to Tokyo for a week in March. 500 euro for the return ticket from Rome!
The problem is that no one wants to come with me. If you live in Europe you're likely to find a low-cost flight to Rome for nothing or a combination flight through alitalia.
It doesn't generally bother me traveling alone but a 15 hour flight slightly frightens me.
Wanna come with me?
Alternatively I would appreciate some advice on what not to miss if you've already been. Thanks!
By Guest KY
Right, so today I turn 25. After meeting up with virtual strangers (and a gorgeous, british-accent-toting indian/middle-eastern-looking woman), I must say the birthday as started well.
Considering the fact that the (edit: birth)day is on Friday, I turn it to you, fellow watmmers: what are you doing this weekend (I would assume in celebration of my birth)?