welsh electronica band
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Nice strings in this dramatic track. 1:40 change is nice, vocals maybe needed reverb ? Maybe not lol. Organ at end wascool. Mal
A very thoughtful musical expression behind a set of pensive lyrics...liked your arrangement ...the builds and movement through this piece...nice big organ lift at 3m...well done FC!
Sweetly dramatic arrangement, with an emotional delivery~ quite a beautifully moving, epic piece really... I enjoyed listening to your colorful artistry! =Bravo= :)
This is cool very striking and moving.Like the vocals very unsual in a good way, and recording well.Very different and dramatic.Would of been in the top ten in the eightys.That church organ at the end....quality
This is deep, I can tell right off the start. Punk like vocals here again, this may be the first time I've heard a proper fusion of Punk and Electronica done really well. This song tells a story of tender moments and triumph over disappointment in my mind. Beautiful!
A vocal delivery that has a lot of character is backed by instrumentation that is extremely effective and brings an edge to this finely crafted lament. Thumbs. James.
Hey Guys, this is very moving...the vocal is unusual but very compelling and fits the lyric so well! My favorite from you so far! Really nice work! Thumbs!
The vocal reminds me of early roxy music. Love it big time. The concept of this is unusual and compelling. I like vocals that challenge you this brings that to light in such a positive way. You have stretched the boundary's in all the right ways. Cheers!
Such a good song,nice contrast between the raw vocal and the polished instrumentation,perfect.
lovely melody, nice raw sound and great vocals, thumbs
This is really different...and I mean that in a positive way lol. Cool synth work and emotive vocals. I've always preferred the darker musical journeys meself.
Nice dramatic church organ too.
Amazing syths. Sweet song all round. Your bio alone deserves a rate! Fab tune tho.
We are currently concentrating on working with Wolf and Dragons, but we will be uploading more Forbidden Colours material soon. http://www.mp3unsigned.com/Wolf_and_Dragons. Forbidden Colours are a Swansea (South Wales, UK) based band who discovered synthesisers in 1979 and, after years of study have finally found the little button that turns them on. We are Mark Newton and Andy Jonah, a control freak and fat boy respectively. We have been influenced by many people, including our bank manager, the electricity board and a hypnotist named the amazing Mesmo. We would describe our music as having been written by us, musically, using some instruments in a style which is usually the complete opposite of what we started out to write, but which, nonetheless is surprisingly good. We hope one day to pioneer the practice of playing air-synths. We are possibly the only Welshmen in existence who can't sing (we were thrown out of the choir for shoving), but we're not that worried because the music is the thing. When not writing music we generally tend to stare off into space listening to whatever tunes our inner DJ's spin in our heads. Contrary to everything written here, we do take our music seriously. Biographies, on the other hand... Mark Newton: Vocals (well he calls them vocals), Vocoder, Lead guitar, Synthesisers, Samplers, Percussion Andy Jonah: Backing vocals, Vocoder, Bass guitar, Synthesisers, Samplers, Percussion (tea and welsh cakes) We are currently looking for a Swansea based vocalist, male, female, transgender or even hermaphrodite. (We don't care just so long as you can carry a tune in a bucket.) e-mail:email@example.com
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