Definitely not my cup of tea. I don't like it even a little bit. In fact, I hate it very much. Among the most unpleasant experience I've ever had with music. But I do recognize this as art and it is not for me, not that you/that person are/is not talented.
But I listened to all of them for a bit.
Why do you/that person have to say so many bad words, though? Feels forced in "The Devil of Hell's Kitchen New Age (Silent) Blues."
Also, "Every new beginning starts with the end." x1000
What type of artist are you/that guy trying to be? Is this some sort of expressive art/poetry? Experimental Poetry?
Last edited by dadudemon on Aug 28th, 2018 at 03:40 PM
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I thought it was you purposefully left the opening post, vague, so that people would say mean things about the music just for you to come back and say that it wasn't your actual music to show that certain people would mock or make fun of any music you posted (as you can tell, I'm suspicious of motives).
That's why I wrote my review cautiously with the forward-slashes. Since it is your music, then I don't have to add that atrocious you/them your/their crap.
Anyway, yes, I hate this type of music so so so very much. But I do understand that it is artistic and expressive. It's not for me but you're clearly talented.
Are you passed the "discovering my style" phase and this is your style, for sure? If so, keep doing your thing and **** the haters.
If not, what is your end goal? Do you want to appeal to a broader audience or do you want to keep it more - experimental, artistic, and expressive - while continuing to develop your style?
If the former:
1. Popularize your style a bit by keeping your flow more on point and easier to rhythmically follow with the ear. I know you lose a bit of your style if you do this but this is how you pander to the audience just enough to become bigger.
2. Keep your experimental commentary artistic expressions to one or two bonus tracks and focus more on lyricism and music.
3. Keep a good beat and timing to match your flow.
If the latter:
No way around it. You have to keep at it, relentlessly, as you develop your style. And even as you age, your style will probably continue to change over time.
Thank you very much for sharing your music with us. I know some of us are jerks but I am happy that you shared your music. Express yourself. Feel your music. And you do you, man.
It may seem harsh but I'm not going to blow smoke up his ass just to give him feel goods. You might like Japanese Metal Opera, DS0 may like Techno House, and I might like Industrial Techno or something. We won't like each other's style. What's important is that he expresses himself and we see what he's trying to do and then offer our feedback.