another song of the week, this one's about a pilgrim of misfortune in an ancient crypt:
wrote a heavy, driving synth track for my song of the week: "sidereal" by calris
another week of dense, murky drone: "psychic intrusion" by calris
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song of the week: "do not fold"
(wanted to write something fast, short, and weird using the garageband drums + guitars.)
wrote a heavy drone/ambient track for song-of-the-week: "abyssal zone"
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the song i wrote for this week is an ominous synth homage to horror movies:
soundtrack for today: "?ILLEGAL TRACK OR SECTOR" (1999) by MAT64
I'd like to remind you this is literally the plot of Johnny Mnemonic (1995)
this is another procedurally-generated song; the slicing and reassembling the breaks is done semi-randomly by a python program, along with the distortion.
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