Electronica band from Wales
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This is a good retro styled piece of electronica. I'm partial to a bit of this type of track myself sometimes. i like it.
I like this composition. The panning is off to the right a bit and there's no low end that grounds the recording especially for this genre which I'll call "electronica." Love the arrangement just wish the recording was better.
I enjoyed listening to your track. The rhythm and bass line is tight.
I like these synth bass, is a composition style kraftwerk
Cool tune lads its better than Fad Gadget at there best.The melody is top notch.Rated.Bassline is programmed well.
Has this been around for a year? Listeners come and go so it is a good idea to re-load tunes...melodic trippy, beat demons....that phrase seems to fit this too...clips are from?...just curious what you're thinkin' when you're thinkin what you're thinkin' 'bout :D
Thumbs for the beats and synths!
I was hoping Rogue Shadow would never end... oh well, I can listen to it again sometime! Well, Level Seven sounds like New Order to me. Great acoustic sounding drums, nice variety there. This is epic, you have really defined your own sound and I have thoroughly enjoyed listening to your music today. I will be back here and plan on listening and commenting on all your tracks if luck permits, thanks for this!
This is a wicked track, its something that i would like to make myself, nice real nice.
He guys, another fine experiment goes awry and becomes a hit! Nice stuff here! Rated!
The Ice Crea... ooh, Sorry...err Yeah you got a proper thumper hear. Put me in mind of an early track posted here that did rather well. So this should sail too. Nice vibe.
Hi there Forbidden Colours. I really liked your ideas behind Bitch and the feeling is the same for this track. There is something quite futuristic about this and of course the spoken parts are cool. Great title too. Voted. PJ
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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