welsh electronica band
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Fragments of now
Good idea to re-load tunes, I think. I missed this a year ago, and a different audience gives songs new meanings. I enjoyed the melodic lines in among the synths...I liked the gradual bass/beat emphasis leading to the pause to ponder at 2:22 and following, and the panning...caught a few pieces of the now :)
Great gentle pads open this track up to some melancholy bass lines, then the wistful yet hopeful piano comes in. That piano sounds REALLY good, I want that piano! This reminds me of a song by Casper Audio Ghost called Remember Joy. Great title, this works so well... oh man and that pitch bent siren synth is really great. Sine wave, square wave, saw tooth... it's all over the place! Voted for sure.
Love that off beat bass and the reverse strings. Great melody popping in and out. Well done guys and gets out thumb!
Hey Forbidden Colours, love the melody at play here! I don't know Robert Miles work but for my money this is one fine dance track! Thanks for the education and the entertainment! Rated!
Cool distorted kick which tails off nicely.Lush pads and the offbeat bline gives the track momentum.Liking the cutoff filtering into the piano/strings breakdown...class.Some nice reverse effects too.Quirky panned synth when it kicks back in,great sound.Energetic and very easy on the ears guys :)
Yeah,really like this,great tune guys,Thumb.
Just has a great sound and vibe - love the lead melody line on the piano - neatly produced with some great hooks - nice dropdown at the 2.20 mark (i have always liked that muffled effect - not sure what the correct technical term is for it ) - cool backwards stuff going on - the return to the main theme was unexpected and caught me by surprise - very inventive stuff going on in my opinion. Thumbs
Nice dance tune, good vibe!
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:firstname.lastname@example.org
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