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By Stratus on June 4, 2016 3:39 am

An experiment, just trying out weird ideas and styles to get inspiration for my next stratus album.

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June 6, 2016 3:11 am

Dude, this is sick! Those drums are ace and there are some really nice interweaving rhythms. Great track!

June 8, 2016 4:57 pm

This is dirty, filthy devil rhythms.  Also I like the flutes.

June 9, 2016 9:50 am

fun and frantic, nice

June 9, 2016 4:25 pm

Thanks smile

June 11, 2016 10:03 am

So awesome! Intrincated rhythms in balance with beutiful and intense instrumentation. Excellent as usual

June 11, 2016 4:23 pm
laguna wrote:

So awesome! Intrincated rhythms in balance with beutiful and intense instrumentation. Excellent as usual

Thanks, it's interesting to hear this feedback because I've felt a lot less sure about this as a possible direction to expand my sound (which, I think lack of certainty can be a good thing), so this is encouraging.

June 12, 2016 8:13 am
Stratus wrote:
laguna wrote:

So awesome! Intrincated rhythms in balance with beutiful and intense instrumentation. Excellent as usual

Thanks, it's interesting to hear this feedback because I've felt a lot less sure about this as a possible direction to expand my sound (which, I think lack of certainty can be a good thing), so this is encouraging.

I been following your sounds since WB'14 and feel a really interesting and impressive inclination to new acoustic sounds with a very personal approach. I think we share some common sensibilities but your tracks go in a different direction and are always very inspiring while being quite daunting (your post-rock arrangements are way out my skills, I'm afraid). I still could feel a vaguely "MPC philosophy" in some parts without that self-limiting "beat maker" approach.

I'd love to see where you're heading, and maybe if you sometimes want to swap sounds, I'd be delighted

June 12, 2016 5:19 pm
laguna wrote:
Stratus wrote:
laguna wrote:

So awesome! Intrincated rhythms in balance with beutiful and intense instrumentation. Excellent as usual

Thanks, it's interesting to hear this feedback because I've felt a lot less sure about this as a possible direction to expand my sound (which, I think lack of certainty can be a good thing), so this is encouraging.

I been following your sounds since WB'14 and feel a really interesting and impressive inclination to new acoustic sounds with a very personal approach. I think we share some common sensibilities but your tracks go in a different direction and are always very inspiring while being quite daunting (your post-rock arrangements are way out my skills, I'm afraid). I still could feel a vaguely "MPC philosophy" in some parts without that self-limiting "beat maker" approach.

I'd love to see where you're heading, and maybe if you sometimes want to swap sounds, I'd be delighted

Sure, we could always start a google drive folder and just put in extra sounds/unfinished tracks we aren't sure of what to do with and share them.

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