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nemerabim is wonderous

 

good lord this track is so fucking good, every listen i love it more than the last. emotion, melody, and beats combined hit all the right spots for me, gotta be my fav track of 2016 as of now. keep up the great work burglar :music:

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I think this might be your best work yet, really good stuff.

 

Mastering is nice, the beats sounds different than previous trackermatte releases (did you use/do something different?). The bass sits really nicely in the mix, nice amount of punchiness etc. Hawt!

 

Will be listening with the missus to it later tonight (shes also a big fan btw).

 

Thank you for releasing this! =)

 

 

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I think this might be your best work yet, really good stuff.

 

Mastering is nice, the beats sounds different than previous trackermatte releases (did you use/do something different?). The bass sits really nicely in the mix, nice amount of punchiness etc. Hawt!

 

Will be listening with the missus to it later tonight (shes also a big fan btw).

 

Thank you for releasing this! =)

 

 

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Huh, thanks for pointing that out.

 

:cerious:

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the beats sounds different than previous trackermatte releases (did you use/do something different?).

 

it's probably just that i haven't shown any recent TM tracks in a relatively long time, so production methods have inevitably changed.

the dreamhunters had tracks from the year before, and wasteland boutique was made in 2013-2014.

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I think this might be your best work yet, really good stuff.

 

Mastering is nice, the beats sounds different than previous trackermatte releases (did you use/do something different?). The bass sits really nicely in the mix, nice amount of punchiness etc. Hawt!

 

Will be listening with the missus to it later tonight (shes also a big fan btw).

 

Thank you for releasing this! =)

 

 

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lol

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The only song I didn't like initially was Dobæm Nisezíd Doreyúviz (and btw, wtf is up with these track titles?), but after repeat listens even that has won me over.

 

Yapo Gomotic is one of the heaviest and most unrelenting songs I've heard all year (including metal). The way those drums augment the segmented vocals is straight robot murder. And then, once it appears to finally let up and the beat slows, I thought "alright, that was pretty sick". Seconds later my unsuspecting ass got hit with a blitzkrieg-level onslaught of bass complimented by some beautiful ass synths escorting me into the afterlife.

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The only song I didn't like initially was Dobæm Nisezíd Doreyúviz (and btw, wtf is up with these track titles?)

 

The track titles were were chosen for onomatopoetic reasons from a long list of procedurally generated words.

The album is inspired by (among other things) Jorge Luis Borges and cosmic horror so I was aiming for a vaguely esoteric, abstract fantasy vibe.

I'm going even weirder with more recent stuff so this is kind of an introductory selection with a gentle start.

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The only song I didn't like initially was Dobæm Nisezíd Doreyúviz (and btw, wtf is up with these track titles?)

 

The track titles were were chosen for onomatopoetic reasons from a long list of procedurally generated words.

The album is inspired by (among other things) Jorge Luis Borges and cosmic horror so I was aiming for a vaguely esoteric, abstract fantasy vibe.

I'm going even weirder with more recent stuff so this is kind of an introductory selection with a gentle start.

 

 

 

What's your favorite novel by Borges?

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The only song I didn't like initially was Dobæm Nisezíd Doreyúviz (and btw, wtf is up with these track titles?)

The track titles were were chosen for onomatopoetic reasons from a long list of procedurally generated words.

The album is inspired by (among other things) Jorge Luis Borges and cosmic horror so I was aiming for a vaguely esoteric, abstract fantasy vibe.

I'm going even weirder with more recent stuff so this is kind of an introductory selection with a gentle start.

 

What's your favorite novel by Borges?

Gonna have to be boring and say The Library of Babel, simply because it's the one I've had the time to go through repeatedly. I'm trying to get my hands on as much of his stuff as i can find.

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The only song I didn't like initially was Dobæm Nisezíd Doreyúviz (and btw, wtf is up with these track titles?)

The track titles were were chosen for onomatopoetic reasons from a long list of procedurally generated words.

The album is inspired by (among other things) Jorge Luis Borges and cosmic horror so I was aiming for a vaguely esoteric, abstract fantasy vibe.

I'm going even weirder with more recent stuff so this is kind of an introductory selection with a gentle start.

 

What's your favorite novel by Borges?

Gonna have to be boring and say The Library of Babel, simply because it's the one I've had the time to go through repeatedly. I'm trying to get my hands on as much of his stuff as i can find.

 

 

 

Nice. Just gave it a read (it's only seven pages) and I'm happy I did, although I can definitely see why it's something that should probably be read and considered on more than one occasion. I have a little bit of a better grasp on why you named the tracks the way you did now.

 

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still listening to this and continiung to love it. hey mr burglar, what are the lyrics to the first track??? all ive got is "listen to the sound of the voices in your head / listen to the [grunt?] of the monster under your bed"

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Just a reminder to all:

 

This still exists.

 

 

Word. I know he said there are no plans for Trackermatte at the moment but I hope that he gets inspired in the future to go further down this rabbit hole. 

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