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New Roboxin with Fluxotril, now with 20% more side effects!

 

https://soundcloud.com/clodindustries/roboxin

 

https://soundcloud.com/clodindustries/fluxotril

 

And once the drugs wear off (or kick in), relax with some nice cricket bells

 

https://soundcloud.com/clodindustries/cricket-bells

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Flying Orbs is really nice - the only criticism i really have is that i'd like a bit more separation in the mix. get those sweeping/pulsing synths pushed out to sides a bit. some really cool sounds are buried in there. that whole first section is fantastic.

 

Eyredub is really cool too. i like what the bass is doing.

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Yeah that's a bit much for me. It's fun and I like the feel overall, but a bit overwhelming and disparate in what seemed like not-good ways on my first listen.

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Yeah, that’s kinda how I feel about it as well, I tried to take incongruous rhythm tracks and bring them in line by saturating the “off” rhythm track with delay/reverb/chorus/etc to bring it in line, sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. Here are two tracks we made recently where I think the live drums jived really well w/ the electroniques:

 

https://soundcloud.com/clodindustries/grownin

 

https://soundcloud.com/clodindustries/goneaway

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Went to the top of the highest mountain during the last new moon, weekend before the solstice. Came back and cut out some tracks. First one is fairly straightforward electronic, second devolves into some longform psychedelia if you have the patience for it:

 

https://soundcloud.com/clodindustries/spring-aperture

 

https://soundcloud.com/clodindustries/galactic-sunset

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Not at all man, just checked out some of yr stuff, reminds me of the type of music you’d hear in modern video games. It seems like yr building tracks with some respect to form, which is an admirable approach. I tend to veer towards leftfield cuz I use my music to fill gaps in my musical diet, like how the body uses it’s dna to produce amino acids not necessarily derived from nutrition. I forewent the traditional approach long ago...

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shook my ass hard to this... Hoping the tapeworm is gone now.

 

Some nice texture in there. If i were to offer constructive critique, I would say that it could use more macro level variation; some sudden or gradual structural changes would be welcome. That, or something like modulation of the beat/rhythm within a bar. Of course some it comes down to taste; I like a lot of variation and unpredictability

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