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Uploaded: Jun 15, 2015 - 03:24:12 AM
Last Updated: May 18, 2018 - 03:19:58 PM Last Played: Aug 22, 2019 - 11:43:29 PM
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Les_Kloo said 1586 days ago (June 16th, 2015)
I never know what to expect when I hit play on your tunes. Always a surprise waiting. Deep and moody keyboards, mixed with that high bass pulse, is like a premonition. So full of atmosphere. Then it roars while holding something back. Slick off-kilter drum track. The big bad distortion guitars lift us like a wave and then --- crush. That last chord is a choice transition into the shipping forecast. Mighty.
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Relic67 said 1579 days ago (June 23rd, 2015)
really like the drum rhythm, it's cool when the triplet parts come in.
the guitars do have an oceanic feel to them. very evocative.
nice tune!
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sammydix said 1577 days ago (June 25th, 2015)
just expanded my mind. totally loved everything I just heard. just deep.
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tokai said 1574 days ago (June 29th, 2015)
You know, I was playing Khun Naritsara our tunes yesterday, and thinking how lucky I was to have had that experience and all the many others now, which have come from that.You can keep a secret as well as knowing one.
You have gone over board with those drums blokie! You ok? Foreboding, crests and troughs, creative, atmospheric and just ... very enjoyable Steve.
And in that stormy sea, whilst Im drowning, you will still make me laugh! I was in the ocean yesterday, when a storm came. It was my first experience of ever doing that, I fear the sea, or i respect it. Listening to this I am right back there. I will show u the images i took the next time we share a beer. Ha ha ... brilliant mate! Thank you for your energy. Ya dong loa suer sip ette doer khub!!!

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NigelCampbell said 1570 days ago (July 2nd, 2015)
Hints of Mogwai, Radiohead, Floyd. Nice structure and progression. Particularly likes the drum processing.
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J_Gretch said 1549 days ago (July 23rd, 2015)
mal de mer
Intense journey...Thanks for the description to help navigate...much enjoyed!
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Warren Smith said 1534 days ago (August 7th, 2015)
A robust meditation on the power of the ocean. Highly evocative of time a place. You really are letting the music pour out of you on this one (the pun wasn't intended .. but I'll go with it).

I could see the voice-over at the end moved to the front .. to be predictive of the storm to follow rather than a confirmation of what has taken place.
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egobandit said 1427 days ago (November 22nd, 2015)
slowing it down
this just melds together in layers like how the guitar comes in at just the right moments, some very nice builds and keys made me want to paint thanks for this downloaded !
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VicDiesel said 1412 days ago (December 7th, 2015)
talk about a wall of sound. that's impressive.
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woofer3 said 1410 days ago (December 9th, 2015)
mal de mer
Commenting as I'm listening - love the appearance of the organ and the blend of the overdriven guitar sound. Good clear mix with everything clearly balenced and very listenable. I always make comarisons to everything I listen to and this reminds me a little bit to the track Obscured by Cloude from Pink Floyd - probably my favourite Pink Floyd track. Very enjoyable.
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