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New song from our band on Soundcloud

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by AaronVonRock, Jan 14, 2016.


  1. AaronVonRock

    AaronVonRock

    Feb 22, 2013
    Bangkok
    Our band, Deadtown Trash, recorded a new song mid-Dec 2015. The song is called "Seeing Snakes" and we just put it up on Soundcloud today. If you are so inclined, please give it a listen and tell me what you think. All feedback is welcomed and appreciated. Brutal honestly is preferred.

     
  2. OEW3

    OEW3

    Nov 6, 2011
    USA
    Sounds pretty good. I think it could really use some cool Helter Skelter type backup vocals, and a farfisa player. Though not exactly necessary, the farfisa would sound amazing. Your vocalist's voice gets a little bit monotonous by the end of the song, just a little bit, and i think the backups would really help support what she's doing. Plus, i think that decent backups always up the production value of a track. That small stuff aside, i enjoyed the track and listened twice. And the riff is stuck in my head, so there you go. Nice job.
     
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  3. OEW3

    OEW3

    Nov 6, 2011
    USA
    Ok. So i listened to the other tracks on Sound Cloud, and am even more convinced of the positive effect backup vocals would have on your group. It would add a lot, i think.
    I liked the "F.U. UP" song the best, btw.
     
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  4. AaronVonRock

    AaronVonRock

    Feb 22, 2013
    Bangkok
    Backing vocals, huh? Honestly, it's something we've never considered. Maybe we should. Thanks for the feedback. It's much appreciated.
     
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