I'm not a super huge fan of too much reverb or echo in the vocals on songs but with the atmospheric vibe here, I don't mind too much. I still feel it doesn't have to be as prominent but that's just my opinion. I really like the psych feel and guitar here but for some reason the percussion feels a bit flat to me but overall it's good. Would be interested to hear more along these lines or if there is a new EP out. Thanks for sharing.
This track really creeps along in the best way. The mix of the vocals is difficult to hear at times but more often than not it complements the guitar tones beautifully. Just a great track overall.
This track does a great job keeping my head moving with the beat of the drums, which are easily my favorite element of the sound. The guitar tones sway from complementing them and the vocals to being on their own, and its a really pleasing approach. The hushed vocals really take the cake though - they were very memorizing. This song leaves me wanting more.
You weren't kidding with that #lo-fi hashtag, were you? This is great, a really infectious riff going round and round. Sometimes I can't help wanting to hear something low-end to come in and really bring it home, but that's maybe just me...
This is great indie noise rock. It's accessible and has a soul and nice sound to it. I listened it to it twice. It's definitely not in my orbit so I can't give you a very informed opinion. I'm sure you can find more people in Fluence who would be interested and more helpful. Ask Alan Poyer for some help and direction.
I really love the guitar riff in this and the strong beat that carries the song through. It has a real Manchester indie vibe about it which is quite popular at the moment I feel. The only thing I would say is its lacking bass, but that's just a personal preference of mine when it comes to listening to these kind of songs, in essence it fits nicely into the indie rock scene thats happening right now.
Reminds me of early Dinosaur Jr. , which is good thing. The drums needs to change with the different parts of the song. The chord professions are nice as is the top line. I think the main thing holding this song back is the drum loops never ends and gets old. Everything else is really coo.