Weeklybeats is a 52 week long music project in which artists compose and publicly release 1 song a week for the entire year.
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By crashlanded on January 20, 2024 3:26 am

"OMG" is a musical experiment gone wonderfully awry. A synth player from the '80s, getting his vibe on, is jamming with a swing drummer who's convinced he's in a 1920s jazz club. Then, OMG, the saxophonist, who's clearly lost his way to a smooth jazz cruise, lays down not one but five alto and tenor sax tracks just because.

There's not much genre-clashing chaos; what's being created actually works. Right? No words, just a wild, whimsical soundtrack that sounds like a roaring '20s party crashed into the '80s, with a sax that seems to ask, "This fits, but where on earth do we go from here?" It's bizarre, it's week three, and it's unapologetically "OMG."

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I really enjoyed this, wish it was longer, everything worked together very well

Wow, this is fantastic! Love the sax.

Experiment success! Love this

Wow, great sax work!!! I like that the saxophonist is named OMG. It suits them! thanks!

love the layered sax, would be cool to hear more multi part sax stuff from this project. followed!

fetalface wrote:

Wow, great sax work!!! I like that the saxophonist is named OMG. It suits them! thanks!

Thanks, OMG

Let's meet in the middle and say this is the swankiest 60's jazz in town ever. This is so damn good.
- Devieus

this is cool. love the sounds, the harmonies, the mad sax solos. feels like it has a good main melody, nice and simple, tho it could use even more of a principal melody that would make it more memorable as a tune.

the mix is pretty dark, would be nice to brighten it up a bit, altho it feels like it does come from a 20's disc found under the sea or from a dusty demo tape.

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