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Discussion in 'MyMusic Forum' started by Dadocaster, Nov 26, 2017.
you know what this reminds me of?
when i listened to it again i thought to myself, "i bet this is what lou reed and the velvet underground would have sounded like if they did punk stuff".
please take that as a compliment, because i meant it as one.
im really diggin it...and i subscribed to your channel.
Yeah that is some really good work, I like the punk vibe. I think Helter called it just right.
I do take that as a compliment. I am not a Lou Reed and Velvet Underground and punk scholar, but that's what we were going for.
It has a raw power to it. I like the visuals. The timing is solid and the drumming is tight. The effected guitar at the end was a pleasant surprise. Catchy song. Nice work.
Thanks, PB. We won't talk about the editing I did to tighten things up. It's hard to get performance tight when there is not a whole band and you have to build stuff track by track.
Everyone does it.
Sounds tight. Nice job!
Nice! That's some proper and snotty punk rock.
I like the song even better with a video. Nice job.
It is not my thing but it is really good!
Dado's music and style to my ears is pure Stooges. Raw power indeed.
As you well know, I can be snotty. And boyo is 15...
Thank you. (Time for you to accept that you are great too.)
Thanks. I agree. The sense of momentum from the vid clips and the song go well together. Not an accident but came out better than expected.
Thanks for listening. Not everything is everybody's thing but most of us can appreciate things outside our thing...
That's fine by me. I was mainly wanting to bang on some guitars and yell some lyrics. I don't think I can get my body fat down to Iggy numbers though.
Great attitude and raunchy sound guys!
I especially like that you didnt go overboard and make the sound too slick and polished.
Too much of that crap today, we need more raw music.
This song and Secret Identity were mixed by a local and sounded a lot more slick after mix/master. They were good, but not dirty enough and not loud enough. The guy does great work and he stops squishing when stuff starts to change tonal quality. So, I sent him the fezz parka mix and told him, "more please" and he re-mastered for me and came up with the grimey goodness.
Very freakin cool. Hipsters in Brooklyn can only dream of being as cool as you.
Great tune, the whole thing is perfect garage punk, I love it.
A Robert Quine type solo would work in that too.
Thanks for listening... The genre is Multigenerationalgaragealtpunk. Clarity over brevity.
I like both the music and the video. I subscribed too!