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Be Free

By rdomain on August 29, 2020 1:02 pm

This is the opening track from my new album which is hopefully available on streaming services by the time you hear this. Search for r.domain - The Remaining Warmth of Your Absence.  It'll be available for purchase on Bandcamp in the near future too.

This track is from the same setup as Alone in Isolation which is available for viewing on Youtube or listening on Bandcamp.

Enjoy.

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August 31, 2020 1:40 am

Very cool atmosphere with some great textures.  Also congrats on the new album!

August 31, 2020 5:00 am

Awesome work. Will stream it until you get the bandcamp version up. smile

September 1, 2020 12:06 am

Yes, found it on Apple Music!

This is a great intro, very eery. I love the use of static in this intro and the high sound towards the beginning reminded me of an old rusty sign wavering with the wind. There is a great buildup in this track, with also the subtle lines around 4:15 onwards. I'll check out the rest of the album! By the way great artwork on the album cover, did you make it?

September 7, 2020 5:14 am
CosmicCairns wrote:

Very cool atmosphere with some great textures.  Also congrats on the new album!


Thanks!  Very happy with how it turned out.

hent03 wrote:

Awesome work. Will stream it until you get the bandcamp version up. smile


Up on Bandcamp now if you so desire or wait til the next bandcamp day.

Kedbreak136 wrote:

Yes, found it on Apple Music!

This is a great intro, very eery. I love the use of static in this intro and the high sound towards the beginning reminded me of an old rusty sign wavering with the wind. There is a great buildup in this track, with also the subtle lines around 4:15 onwards. I'll check out the rest of the album! By the way great artwork on the album cover, did you make it?


Thanks heaps!  Yes I did the artwork too although it's actually a photograph I took and edited. Hope you enjoy the rest of the album!

September 7, 2020 5:21 am

This album is dedicated to a close friend of mine who passed away on the day of release. 

Here's the Spotify and Bandcamp links for those interested.

https://open.spotify.com/album/7KmCQNNbiAvxpWOpquOJ8c

https://rdomain.bandcamp.com/

September 25, 2020 4:45 pm

Love all the crunchy bits floating in and out especially when the clickish kick comes in to give it a more defined pace.  All the melodies fading in and out give it a nice trippy feeling.  Just followed ya on Spotify smile

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