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18 minutes ago, someguy said:

dunno about skull snap ep, but it's practically confirmed somewhere that sean did all of iss:sa i think?

This gets thrown around a lot, but I would disagree that it’s “practically confirmed”

someone asked Sean about it in the AAA, and while he didn’t say no, he seemed put off by the idea people thought that 

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On the Reverb interview Sean said he was involved in 2 or 3 tracks and made the ending of one track in Skull Snap. 

Could be the ending of the first track maybe. Amazing opening track! 
 

 

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On 3/16/2022 at 5:18 PM, cern said:

On the Reverb interview Sean said he was involved in 2 or 3 tracks and made the ending of one track in Skull Snap. 

Could be the ending of the first track maybe. Amazing opening track! 
 

 

Think you're mixing that up with A1-D1 IIRC.

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On 3/29/2022 at 5:13 PM, Blir said:

Think you're mixing that up with A1-D1 IIRC.

now this has me thinking C2 - with a distinctive first half (tonnes and tonnes of mixing/tweaking) and a second half with a fixed, steady beat.

 

if sean was talking about this track, it would make sense.

a surprising number of ae tracks do this - Rae, Cfern and Nuane to name a few, tracks with varying beat patterns which then lock in place while other elements change. i took this as a sign that these tracks were more likely to be collabs - they feel like external/outsider ideas are coming into play. there are many more tracks like Flutter, Clipper, Laughing Quarter and Ipacial Section, which do the same thing except it's used as the outro.

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