Artist-The Man With 31 Faces
Album-The Storybook Of Night Haunts and Fever Dreams Vol. I
Date- June 2014
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Genre: Nintendocore, Experimental, Instrumental, Industrial
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3.The Underwater City
Review By Blake
Mixing: It is nasty, destructive, chaotic, yet pretty clear and not overwhelming. Pretty decent but not everyone is gonna dig it.
Vocals: There are none. At all.
Synths: Varied. They are familiar enough to keep you tuned in and crazy enough at times to make you drop out. Not the biggest fan of how the biggest 8bit synths are done. Not a big deal, but that is something worth mentioning. Ambient synth are par perfect for this endeavor.
Drums: They are done REALLY well. Jealous actually. I can only imagine people not liking it if they need more pop friendly percussion, which they shouldn't be jamming this album anyway.
Originality: Each track has a different feel, which is really nice. There is a hint of the concept of pretty much destroying pop music, but it isn't heavy handed which I commend.
Concept: I love it, it is like,"pop music sucks." Pop music got destroyed. I dig it (Irrevelant)
Album Art: Gastly as seen by a blind man. Or a ghost Pokemon fart (Indigo/League)
Final Opinion: This isn't the best that this artist has to offer, but it is nice and rather different than a lot of music cybers are putting out lately. Not going to be everyone's playlist flame or anything, but it makes a decent conversation piece and strikes interest as what the other stuff this dude has done 7.5/10