Sorry folks, no W3 this week. I was planning on a collaborative post with Mark (He awarded me an award by the way. Huzzah!), but we didn’t quite finish in time. Do look forward to it next week, though!
This leaves me with some time to do the long-awaited album recommendation.
I’ve been listening to a lot of albums from this soundtrack group, and it’s been a terribly hard choice picking just one to recommend, but here we go.
The Felt is a spinoff album from the Homestuck soundtracks. (Homestuck is an incredibly awesome webcomic, do check it out.) Spinoffs usually aren’t that great, but as with most of the albums made by the Homestuck music artists, they’re fucking fabulous.
At first glance it seems like a bit of a jazzy album, more slow-paced songs, that kind of stuff. Listening to the first song, you’ll start thinking it’s really quite experimental. It sort of it.
Most songs are what you expect them not to be: upbeat, fast-paced, do-a-crazy-dance-able music.
English is one of my favorites from the album. it starts out as a very boring piano solo, but after a minute or so it gets really interesting. it stays more classical than most songs from the album, but I personally kind of like that.
Chartreuse Rewind is a very light song. High tones and all, and the sound feels rather light, unlike most music. (That’s a bit of synesthesia from my part.) It gets heavier as the song progresses, with a really cool guitar added in later on.
The Broken Clock is another masterpiece. I like classical songs like these. Upbeat, sinister, and yet quite uplifting. I personally find the ticks and tocks really addictive, so to say.
Variations is better off in the techno genre, or right next to it. It starts a slow techno, but quickly speeds up, stops for a few seconds, proceeds with a pretty base, and builds up from there.
But I really should stop this before I talk about every song in the album.
(Don’t forget to check out the other albums listed in the right-hand sidebar, too!)