Stereoscopic gave feedback to The Closers for “The Utilitarian Rag”:
I really like the production here. The sounds mesh together very nicely. I think the vocals could stand out a little more.
 Mar 06, 2012, 20:43 EST
The Closers 
Hey, Cal. Thanks. I'm the vocalist, so I definitely appreciate the push for louder vocals :D This was kind of an experimental production, but yeah, I'm pretty happy with how it turned out. Thanks for listening, and for the feedback!
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ncaband gave feedback to The Closers for “The Utilitarian Rag”:
This is intense, I love the mix of genre's, very nice work
 Feb 23, 2012, 10:02 EST
The Closers 
Thanks guys! It's free to download. It could use drums though!
flag (Feb 23, 2012, 15:26 EST)


Good production quality, Patrick! I like the little Mr. rogers xylophone thing throughout, especially :D Good syncopation as well!

Smooth sounds, I'd like to hear more, and maybe hook up with an MC, because I think that your music would go really well matched up with some lyrics...

My two cents...
 Jan 05, 2012, 10:48 EST


The Closers gave feedback to The Skalours for “Tengo Fire”:
Could definitely use some vocals, but otherwise an awesome tune. I like the organ part in the middle. B3 4EVER!!!
 Dec 13, 2011, 09:48 EST


I like that little 15/16 (or some equivalent fraction) thingy you have going at the beginning. It keeps you from being able to do a straight head-bob at first which made me notice when it went to 4/4 at 1:10ish. Really cool beat manipulation. The synth is really good sounding, especially the bass. I really like your work, please upload more!
-Alex
 Dec 12, 2011, 21:22 EST


fierceband gave feedback to tawmy for “JazzPurr”:
NICE! So soothing. Just perfect
 Dec 10, 2011, 19:52 EST


fierceband gave feedback to tawmy for “JazzPurr”:
Very nice sounding.
 Dec 10, 2011, 19:05 EST


The Middlemen gave feedback to tawmy for “JazzPurr”:
Good stuff. Piano tone is nice. Is it a 'real' piano, or a synthesizer?

Also, I like this cover. Did you paint it?
-Arie
 Nov 29, 2011, 22:36 EST
tawmy 
Actually the piano has no strings or a soundboard so I guess it's a synthesized version of a piano. It never needs tuning though. The painting is by Reiss from the roaring 20s.
flag (Nov 30, 2011, 00:02 EST)
The Middlemen 
which reiss? i was trying to find the original, but couldn't.
flag (Nov 30, 2011, 21:17 EST)
tawmy 
Winold Reiss
flag (Nov 30, 2011, 22:05 EST)
The Middlemen 
Cool. never heard of him, until now. This one is pretty cool, too: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/db/Weinold_Reiss_-_Steel_workers.jpg
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WalaWalaWala gave feedback to Lewis for “Upbright”:
Cool beat. I like this kind of mellow Jazz. Are these instruments live or all or some computer generated, or some combination of the two? Piano solos sound very good, and the drums are nice, especially if they are computer, as it's not that easy to get a nice variety and tone-- I don't think from electronic drums, from what I understand, though I've never programmed them.

Cool changes in key as well, though it could have been twice as long at least. My niece and nephew were just getting down :D
 Nov 17, 2011, 20:51 EST


Ian Marquis gave feedback to Xack Fischer for “The DJ”:
I think this is a good start. I'd love to hear more tone and emotion in your vocals, though. Also, you might want to rework your verse melody/chords a bit - I immediately thought of Bad Company's Shooting Star when you started in. Keep it up, man!
 Oct 16, 2011, 11:56 EDT