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We are artists, lovers, gentlemen, scholars, dancers, and dreamers. We are constantly being inspired and we want to share with you what inspires us. We hope to provide you with the new and refresh for you the old. We want to give you community – honest and unfiltered. Electric Bare is MurderBear and The Aesthetic, two friends fortunate enough to be situated in the cultural hubs of San Francisco and Los Angeles, respectively. Members of the artistic community themselves, the two strive to promote and support the talent, creativity, and imagination of the forces that color our inner landscapes. We love discovering new art, so if you have any music, paintings, animations, etc. that you want featured, send them our way!
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I really appreciate the evolution of the track at the very beginning through the layering of the rhythm parts. The song is catchy and I think it's length leaves the listener wanting more. I feel like its a bit over-produced. It sounds incredibly digital and I feel a bit removed from it. I feel like it could benefit from a little more "grit."
I appreciate the track, as well as the video that accompanies it (specifically the mind-bending projection wizardry. If you're not already familiar, check out a song called "Stunts" by Raveyards - they do something really cool with a similar technique). I do feel, however, like the track is missing some low-end. Not some thick, warble-y bass for the sake of bass, but rather a low value to balance out the levels. As of now I feel like there's too much treble and mid values and that they don't evolve enough to keep my full attention on their own.
I really like this track. It is subtle, and understated. It is complex, yet simple. What strikes me most about this song, though, is that it leaves much to be desired. I do not mean this in a negative way. It feels unresolved in a way that makes me want to listen to more Eyelid Kid, to see how the sound develops through the rest of their work. I would definitely like to hear more and promote this song on Electric Bare.
The beginning was a bit jarring - it was a wall of volume that startled me a bit, but that's not necessarily bad. I feel like I was flung headfirst into a world of noise and faintly recognizable samples and textures strung together by, what I feel, is a great melody. Great track!