The cover art looks beautifully designed and a delight to watch,the track sounds cool and pleasurable,however,the ending sounded too abrupt to me,i think it could have been better;all the best
When you are blessed with talent,everything you touch becomes "Midas Touch" and turns into gold".Keep it up;all the best
-I like the way you progress your beginning chords and structure your rhythm section.
-I like where this is heading.
-Good luck in your future endeavors and may you have a happy holiday.
- excellent progression great court arrangement and curb composition .-
Good luck in your future endeavors understand that the vocals
take care and have a happy holiday.
First off let me say, your songwriting and arrangement skills are top notch. I really enjoyed the groove of this song. Sort of a modern take on classic 50s rock and roll. Very cool.
The only way I think this could be better is to swap out midi for real instruments. Other than that, this song is amazing.
In musical terms, it's pretty good. But the mixing down needs to be looked at a bit more, i'e the vocals are either too quiet or too loud. The guitar 'hook' needs to be brought back a bit. I do however like the composition. You also have good voices, and you don't need to double track! May I suggest, when you record a voice, instead of doubling, just add some reverb.
Once you good and talented,everything you do sounds good;I couldn't find anything wrong with it;all the best
The progression is good, and you've added things to the sound as it nears the end, but it feels like it needs a bit of a breakout segment, where it deviates a little more from the monotony of the same sounds, so it can become more of an instrumental song than a backup for something else. It doesn't sound so much like a main focus.
well composed and well played;it sounds pleasing to the listening mind;keep up the works and make it happen out there
This song has a great narrative. Tracks that tell a story aren't as common as they used to be- so I found this really refreshing! You have a neat sound too. I hear harmonics from the 70s and riffs from the 80s. Loved this a lot!