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By 0F on January 19, 2024 6:09 am

I've been going over some bits and pieces I started in 2023 and looking for things that are worth finishing. 2023 was a weird year for me musically, with a good chunk of my creativity going towards making music for a theatre show; some of that stuff may end up being re-used in some future releases.

But anyway, there are a few things I worked on last year that I have little to no recollection of. This is one of them lol. It started as a modular improvisation in 2018, strangely. Last year I added some synths and organ, and just now added some drums and did some mastering (ie. ran the whole thing through saturation). The drums are maybe a bit too busy, but I wanted to go for a vibe of some of the doom metal bands I used to see frequently in 2010, where there was often so much time in between guitar notes that the drummer would add a bunch of fills just to keep the momentum going.

Also I couldn't be bothered playing guitar on it because I spent so long rehearsing and writing stuff for the gig I played last Sunday that I can't bear to even look at a guitar for a while. So it might be a little pause on my rock/punk songs for a few weeks lol.

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Sounds cool! Definitely doomish vibes...

Ever hear band called Asva? They're a little more weird and esoteric sounding but they beld Hammond organ sounds with heavy doom riffs, very mood oriented.

big lumbering doom sound!  perfect for playing in my room while i set the virtual background to E1M1 Sky texture in my weekly company Doom Meeting

Loved the buildup and ending.  Great addition of the organ too!

loved this! thanks for sharing

That organ is a very nice touch.
- Devieus

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