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Traveling without moving (I hope I didn't brain my damage)

By Kedbreak136 on September 27, 2020 5:26 am

This whole started on Saturday morning. I wanted to record that stake punk track in homage to Tony Hawk re-release of Pro skater 1 and 2 but... I broke a string. That happens. So I decided instead to go with my fretless guitar and ended up recording a middle eastern/indian jam on that. Cut it, threw some stuff into the garbage, reorganized it, added some good drum samples, some FLEX synthwave magic and here you go for track about tripping, intergalactic space travel powered by organic food and being scared of braining the damage.

The mix is a bit meh but that'll do for this week's beat.


This submission is licensed by author under CC Attribution Noncommercial No Derivative Works (BY-NC-ND)

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September 28, 2020 12:21 am

Wow this track really goes places I wasn't expecting. Love that last half because it feels like a very different song but also like it fits perfectly. Really cool idea.

September 28, 2020 1:21 am

Cool jam.  It does travel to some interesting places.  And I didn't even have to move.

September 28, 2020 3:05 am

So cool! I like this melody from 2:09 and your synth sound you use. It is a fun journey smile

September 28, 2020 5:51 am

Nice!!

September 28, 2020 3:45 pm

This track has such a nice cinematic quality to it!

September 28, 2020 7:29 pm

Sounds really cool. Like eastern music but much more aggressive and grungy. Banging cymbals and the synth textures coming up in the middle are epic.  Like new wave space force just comes in and trashes everyone's shit!  Very cool!

September 29, 2020 4:32 am

Loving the progression in this track. It really opens up around 2 mins! Nice work smile

September 29, 2020 5:50 am

September 29, 2020 7:17 am

What a trip. I have to break a string on my guitar as well to achive this cool indian sounds. well done.

September 29, 2020 3:18 pm

Love the title, and it is so true that music can make you travel in many ways. (To a souvenir, to another place, etc...)

Love the synths starting at the 2 min mark. Very well done.

September 29, 2020 6:27 pm

I just skimmed the description and saw "skate punk" and was like HELL YEAH and then the track started and I was like OKAY that's an interesting interpretation of skate punk smile

Cool track, but also super excited for your skate punk track.  But the serendipitous string break brought us this exploratory jam! (which feels like it's in the desert, thanks to your picture!)   a fretless guitar sounds really scary to play

September 29, 2020 10:55 pm

I"m with you on this trip. It dained by bramage just right. I love when this beat drops. Made me want to twirl and twirl around.

September 30, 2020 1:41 am

If anything you should get more stuff!  You dont even own a computer.

Lots of cool stuff going on in this track man, really digging this one.  I love how it transitions from a chill middle easterny tune into a total electronic jam. That higher register bass riff is catchy as hell too!

Also, yes please do skate punk next week.  My 33 year old rickety ass just went skating for the first time in 5ish years last week and I'm all jazzed up to get back into it now.     

October 1, 2020 9:13 am

Great build-up towards 1:50 and then I love how the lead synth gets in there! I think you have very interesting progressions in your tracks combined with creative auxiliary sonic elements, this one is not an exception. Well done and keep it up!

October 1, 2020 5:35 pm

Excellent percussion and beats.  Especially that opening hi-hatish ticking that kinda reminded me of bicycle spokes.  Oooh this really jumped into another realm with the synths.  This went from a skate-punk idea to cyber punk smile  Awesome sfx too.  I strongly relate to that scream as well.  Well done!

October 4, 2020 7:58 pm

"Find your soulmate Homer." "Wait a minute, dogs can't talk." "Ruff!" "Damn straight!"

This is awesome! I agree with Danju. TONS of cinematic vibes going on here.

October 5, 2020 2:31 am
hent03 wrote:

Wow this track really goes places I wasn't expecting. Love that last half because it feels like a very different song but also like it fits perfectly. Really cool idea.

Thank you!

CosmicCairns wrote:

Cool jam.  It does travel to some interesting places.  And I didn't even have to move.

The spice must flow!

Alette wrote:

So cool! I like this melody from 2:09 and your synth sound you use. It is a fun journey smile

Thank you!

Cole wrote:

Nice!!

Thank you!

danju wrote:

This track has such a nice cinematic quality to it!

Cool, It is great to see the track helping people visualize stuff, it's my favorite thing.

NWSPR wrote:

Sounds really cool. Like eastern music but much more aggressive and grungy. Banging cymbals and the synth textures coming up in the middle are epic.  Like new wave space force just comes in and trashes everyone's shit!  Very cool!

Grungy exotic space force (with cymbals, you can never have too much cymbals)

Mission Crossing wrote:

Loving the progression in this track. It really opens up around 2 mins! Nice work smile

Thank you!

Ipaghost wrote:



Q-Rosh wrote:

What a trip. I have to break a string on my guitar as well to achive this cool indian sounds. well done.

You have to starty playing with huge metal picks thoroughly sharpened! smile

djippy wrote:

Love the title, and it is so true that music can make you travel in many ways. (To a souvenir, to another place, etc...)

Love the synths starting at the 2 min mark. Very well done.

Thank you!

orangedrink wrote:

I just skimmed the description and saw "skate punk" and was like HELL YEAH and then the track started and I was like OKAY that's an interesting interpretation of skate punk smile

Cool track, but also super excited for your skate punk track.  But the serendipitous string break brought us this exploratory jam! (which feels like it's in the desert, thanks to your picture!)   a fretless guitar sounds really scary to play

I'll definitely get to the skate punk one when the gods of broken strings have been appeased. Fretless is really fun, though it's kinda of a different instrument that a normal standard guitar.

miraclemiles wrote:

I"m with you on this trip. It dained by bramage just right. I love when this beat drops. Made me want to twirl and twirl around.


Chrisfoo wrote:

If anything you should get more stuff!  You dont even own a computer.

Lots of cool stuff going on in this track man, really digging this one.  I love how it transitions from a chill middle easterny tune into a total electronic jam. That higher register bass riff is catchy as hell too!

Also, yes please do skate punk next week.  My 33 year old rickety ass just went skating for the first time in 5ish years last week and I'm all jazzed up to get back into it now.

Yes, absolutely. The new Tony Hawk is just making me want to go back to these years (that was 20 years ago, not getting any younger) and try to recapture some of that magic.

ScanianWolf wrote:

Great build-up towards 1:50 and then I love how the lead synth gets in there! I think you have very interesting progressions in your tracks combined with creative auxiliary sonic elements, this one is not an exception. Well done and keep it up!

Thank you very much for this very nice comment!

Tone Matrix wrote:

Excellent percussion and beats.  Especially that opening hi-hatish ticking that kinda reminded me of bicycle spokes.  Oooh this really jumped into another realm with the synths.  This went from a skate-punk idea to cyber punk smile  Awesome sfx too.  I strongly relate to that scream as well.  Well done!

Yes, the scream! Sometimes one just wants it to stop but no, it just goes on and on and on and on and on. smile

Saucey-dough wrote:

"Find your soulmate Homer." "Wait a minute, dogs can't talk." "Ruff!" "Damn straight!"


This is awesome! I agree with Danju. TONS of cinematic vibes going on here.

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October 5, 2020 3:55 am

u forgot the /

October 5, 2020 4:08 am
orangedrink wrote:

u forgot the /


Oops! Thank you!

October 5, 2020 8:22 pm

Whoa. This is a journey. I like how the track flows through stages of development to allow different sounds and genres to flow in and out smoothly. You do really well with blending genres and varying ideas into something whole and pleasing.

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