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    Something I wrote on Noteflight.
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    God damn this is so good, and SO COOL. Trippy to the max and perfectly surreal. @five sounds this is a must listen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    God damn this is so good, and SO COOL. Trippy to the max and perfectly surreal. @five sounds this is a must listen.

    hard! that was so good. do you know this band?!

    i'm so glad i found this on my laptop instead of my phone so i could listen and reply. seriously though, love everything about this. makes me want to lay on my floor.
    You hem me in -- behind and before;
    you have laid your hand upon me.
    Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
    too lofty for me to attain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by five sounds View Post
    hard! that was so good. do you know this band?!

    i'm so glad i found this on my laptop instead of my phone so i could listen and reply. seriously though, love everything about this. makes me want to lay on my floor.
    I JUST found it like 30 minutes ago, and quickly thought of you. They are totally new to me, but this has pulled me right in. It has SO many things that I love. I share your sentiments! I want to just lie down with this and drift away .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    I JUST found it like 30 minutes ago, and quickly thought of you. They are totally new to me, but this has pulled me right in. It has SO many things that I love. I share your sentiments! I want to just lie down with this and drift away .
    omg i love this fresh energy! thanks for sharing, and feel free to share your opinions as you wind down the rabbit hole.
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    Oh, just a new tune from my favorite masked one man band.

    Take the weakest thing in you
    And then beat the bastards with it
    And always hold on when you get love
    So you can let go when you give it
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    Quote Originally Posted by five sounds View Post
    omg i love this fresh energy! thanks for sharing, and feel free to share your opinions as you wind down the rabbit hole.
    I'm listening to some other of their work (I've learned not to impulse buy albums until I can tell I like the majority of their music. I am enjoying all of it, but not all of them are wowing me like that first one. I did come across this one though and I love it!



    There is just something about their imagary and stlye that is just, fun. They manage to balance between being weird and surreal but staying grounded and relateable. It's really hard to do that without it appearing bland and cliche, but they don't even hit that bad area a little. They also have a very "freeing" kind of sound to them that I don't have a lot of in my collection (the majority of my music would be considered "heavy").

    Listening to this sort of stuff really draws out my want and desire to evolve from E1 to E7; something that's dreadfully hard to do, but something I really do desire and just feels amazing when I manage to do it correctly. It's very good (and healthy) for me to just let go and leave behind the persistent intensity and constant vigilance for social give/take.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    I'm listening to some other of their work (I've learned not to impulse buy albums until I can tell I like the majority of their music. I am enjoying all of it, but not all of them are wowing me like that first one. I did come across this one though and I love it!



    There is just something about their imagary and stlye that is just, fun. They manage to balance between being weird and surreal but staying grounded and relateable. It's really hard to do that without it appearing bland and cliche, but they don't even hit that bad area a little. They also have a very "freeing" kind of sound to them that I don't have a lot of in my collection (the majority of my music would be considered "heavy").

    Listening to this sort of stuff really draws out my want and desire to evolve from E1 to E7; something that's dreadfully hard to do, but something I really do desire and just feels amazing when I manage to do it correctly. It's very good (and healthy) for me to just let go and leave behind the persistent intensity and constant vigilance for social give/take.
    Did you hear their song with Melody's Echo Chamber? I listened to them last night to fall asleep. Gonna try to doze back off a little bit to them again. It's funny because something about them reminded me of her even before I heard that. I'm excited to dig a little deeper.

    I definitely get how this music is free, but I think there's still a definite weightiness to it. I appreciate that because I like a definite drag. It really does balance nicely and with a very seamless, unified sound.
    You hem me in -- behind and before;
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    Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
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