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Greetings!

I released a pair of EPs recently:

https://eczem.bandcamp.com/album/vormaks

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https://eczem.bandcamp.com/album/veliform

 

 

These collections are cut from the same sonic cloth, and are from overlapping sessions: shared tools, synth patches, sequencers, etc...

Most of them have a very realtime and live-jam core to them... and most of them are more static than I would like, structurally. Hopefully they are still interesting, at least for timbre and texture.

Vormaks, in particular, works best with gapless play.

 

Here are some download codes:

Vormaks:

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5vsv-3x5j
bgjr-xq2y
52bw-etsf
8mvc-u2ha
2bgq-ehqb
j6xn-5jh5
7ncv-7yar
vdj7-vuud
fj9d-ypmh
lf2c-7fy5
 

Veliform:

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6mnk-w5z2
kb5t-h3yh
nv7y-jsnv
l953-kdp9
qt7m-6lbt
gu5f-kjs7
yw6v-g6c5
3py7-uklr
a62a-ekvd
rylg-78zc
 

Thanks for listening,

- E

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Yes breddaman! :cool: :catsalute::catbed:

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I been listening to those two for a while now and they're some of your strongest work i m o 

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Hello.

 

So Vormaks is my favourite Eczem release without a doubt.

I really enjoy the freeform nature of the tracks and dont find them static at all!

The bluesy feel to the second track is especially nice... i've listened a handful of times and appreciation keeps growing.

Good work man.

 

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On 7/6/2019 at 7:17 AM, eczem said:

Greetings!

I released a pair of EPs recently:

https://eczem.bandcamp.com/album/vormaks

---

https://eczem.bandcamp.com/album/veliform

 

 

These collections are cut from the same sonic cloth, and are from overlapping sessions: shared tools, synth patches, sequencers, etc...

Most of them have a very realtime and live-jam core to them... and most of them are more static than I would like, structurally. Hopefully they are still interesting, at least for timbre and texture.

Vormaks, in particular, works best with gapless play.

 

Here are some download codes:

Vormaks:

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5vsv-3x5j
bgjr-xq2y
52bw-etsf
8mvc-u2ha
2bgq-ehqb
j6xn-5jh5
7ncv-7yar
vdj7-vuud
fj9d-ypmh
lf2c-7fy5
 

Veliform:

  Reveal hidden contents

6mnk-w5z2
kb5t-h3yh
nv7y-jsnv
l953-kdp9
qt7m-6lbt
gu5f-kjs7
yw6v-g6c5
3py7-uklr
a62a-ekvd
rylg-78zc
 

Thanks for listening,

- E

That Vormaks II rhythm is *rad*.

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both of these kick major ass, congratulations! feels like you're seriously on to something imo...

if i had to choose i guess i'd go team veliform for its restrainfulness / focus, on the other hand the emo certainly is strong is vomarks.

i agree your work doesn't feel static whatsoever. if anything on the mirco level it's maybe even a tad too busy / dense in places... matter of taste tho.

do go on!

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listened to these a lot over the last few weeks, Veliform and now Vormaks releases. very good and deep and rich and endlessly interested tracks. 

also the mixing/mastering/‘polish’ is exceptional. also the sounds lol anyway really good stuff

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^I agree about the mixing. The mid focus makes it sound very full bodied and modern

good work

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Thanks for the feedback, seriously.

@ Spi & Stick, damn... humbled and definitely inspires me to keep going.

@ Aux & Darrei:  thanks, I'm never sure about mixing and mastering, and tbh I don't really get the science of it very well. It's been trial and error over the years and I try, as much as possible to listen to my mixes across different speakers. I love texture, and have a very minimilast approach to EQ... so i do worry about ear fatigue for the listener. Still working on it but good to get positive feedback.

@Jaderpansen: I appreciate the kind words and that bit of constructive criticism. It's precisely something I'm interested in developing at the moment... I want more flexibility and dynamics on the macro level and more breathing room at the micro level.

@ Manju ❤️

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I'm listening to the Vormaks EP in this spacious building downtown known as "The Atrium" while descending into this:

 

Both the expansive interior of the building and the infinite symmetry of the fractal abyss pair with it quite well.

Really enjoying the expanding/collapsing metallic textures of Floormax.  No idea how you achieved that effect.  Very cool sound design.

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Giving this a bump because Vormaks3 is the best track i've heard in a little while. Love it.

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giving this a bump because in talking about it an hour ago i realized i don't even know exactly why i like some of it so much but i definitely do and that's a weird feeling for me so i was curious if anyone else is getting that vibe from it. or am i just weird. i'm weird but this feels like a /different/ kind of weird

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damn, these are intriguing! I grabbed vdj7-vuud and a62a-ekvd, gonna listen to them in full when I'm not hungover

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been listening to vormaks every night, it rules

it has such a great sense of motion to it all

it sounds like it feels like a stretchy substance.. like it's incredibly visual and evocative.. of..something i don't know what, but anyway i love it

 

 

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