Richard Shekari gave feedback to Shambala Networks for “Still Winter”:
this is cool, and new to me
haven't had the opportunity to listen to songs with sounds like this but i love the experience.
"These albums are oriented into a world of cold and darkness with an edge of the Alchemical and Metaphysical Space.?"
aahhh ok, i am trying to get my head around that maybe that will give me a clue about these type of tunes.
keep up the good work
 Jun 18, 2015, 18:57 EDT


Richard Shekari gave feedback to Via Coma for “Stitches”:
lovely song, cool vibe. makes one calm, wish i could sing with a calm tone like this. i will check more songs from this artist
 Jun 15, 2015, 10:26 EDT


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Shambala Networks for “Still Winter”:
I like the vibe, Oliver. It is Chill and also I really dig the experimental tones you have thrown in; very psychedelic. There is another arts, Kode of Bliss, or $kellybarnard who this reminds me of, I recommend you check his work out -- I also referred him to you, $oliverdombi.

I'm buying a copy for myself, so tell me if it goes through.

Thank you for sharing this!
-Shoham
 Jun 08, 2015, 14:48 EDT


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Kode of Bliss for “Cobalt Mist”:
It's chill. Good buildup and bassline. -$Shoham
 Mar 24, 2015, 15:33 EDT
Kode of Bliss 
Hows it going Sho?
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
never been better. We're working on making the way the ad network functions better for you guys -- cool stuff a-coming, including trade-able ad credits. We're also looking into buying a building to take FeedForward and its values terrestrial! Good value here in in the rustbelt! -$Shoham
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Kode of Bliss 
Whoa that is a big step. Next step is worldwide domination!
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Thank god you finally get it! Which step or both? The Ad Credit step is almost fully implemented, we just have to debug and roll out. With the building we're debating how to structure the purchase. If we get a loan, there's a lot of redtape to go through, we might be able to buy something in cash, if the right opportunity presents itself. It would be an honor to have the musical styling of one Kode of Bliss grace our stage one day for a live performance of some of his beats and compositions!
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Very chill wip. Meditative Thank you, $shoham
 Mar 10, 2015, 14:47 EDT


I like the bassline on this KB. Very minimalistic, in a way, and I think that this is an approach that works for you.

I know that I've said it before, but I feel as if for you, the more focused everything seems, the better it sounds. this track is another good example of that. I even enjoyed the little detour around 4:00 in to 5:36.

All good things,

-Shoham
 Nov 06, 2014, 14:02 EST


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Kode of Bliss for “Infinite Rapture”:
OK. I figured it out, I was using my 1.00 headphones, when I should have been using my 1.05 headphones.

Very nice buildup, my man. I like these oohs and ahhs. Are those from the Misses, or from samples, or what?

Cool stuff, the more patience you employ for these pieces the better they sound I find... Grasshopper...

Is it Indian music? -$elptaron
 Sep 08, 2014, 12:51 EDT


Very chill track. Almost reminds me of The Never Ending Story. !dreamy
 Aug 04, 2014, 15:40 EDT


Cool -- could use some spoken word over it, or something operatic? Family collaboration in the making????

Very good drama, builds nicely. There's a narrative to this piece.

Cest Bon,
-Elpatron
 Jul 10, 2014, 11:14 EDT


Very rich sound my man! Sounds like you took your time with this one, big time.

Has a minimalist quality to it, Oriental. I like it as is. Especially liking this 3D fadeout.

Danke,
-$shoham
 Jun 01, 2014, 14:56 EDT
Kode of Bliss 
Hey Thanks for the comment SHO. I know you say like it as is, but it is not done. I have so many WIPs I need to finish them now, so that this album can get some closure. Still working on the videos for each track.
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
I am all about the closure, but keep in mind: "Life's WIP and then you fly"© 2014. -- I was reading some Shakespeare recently and all of his stuff was published after he died, probably with a massive amount of edits. Sometimes flubs become an indispensable part of the cannon. I look forward to the videos. -$shoham
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