JZC gave feedback to Xack Fischer for “Swords & Shields”:
looks like you guys are having a lot of fun in the picture. good vocals.
I like the 2:51 guitar with the vocals the best.
 Apr 21, 2014, 08:07 EDT
Xack Fischer 
Those are some of the students who are making the short film for which I wrote this song. Thanks for listening!
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Xack Fischer for “Swords & Shields”:
I like this song, but I feel as if it needs more percussion. I like the structure and the performance is good, including the vocal performance, but there needs to be a tambouringe and maybe a harpsichord.

Great start, but I think that it could be a bit better.

Thank you,
-$shoham
 Apr 19, 2014, 12:32 EDT


Gabrielle gave feedback to Xack Fischer for “Back Tracks”:
Cool lyrics. I like the background sounds during the spoken word part.
 Jun 17, 2013, 21:27 EDT


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Xack Fischer for “Back Tracks”:
Simple. Minimalistic. I like the concept, and I don't think that it is too short at all.

I also enjoyed the little harmonies that you have going on from the middle onward.

I did this spoken word type of thing once or twice and I think yours works very well, I like how there is rhyming, which for me makes spoken word more engaging. I don;t think it is short at all, though. Very good in terms of length.

Thank you and good to hear from you again old friend!
Shoham
 Apr 12, 2013, 08:26 EDT


Rex Yehudi (shoham) gave feedback to Aardvark Farms for “Space Rodeo”:
roflmao! the king is baaack. love the doodle, especially. bustin' a sag will NEVER go out of fashion - it's a timeless style.
 Nov 24, 2012, 15:48 EST


This is funny. Sounds like you are high on this track :D Actually, I don't remember the banana splits, but I have a different theory about Saturday morning cartoons: they died during the first Gulf War, when all of the networks went to a more news centric format, and when the ratings came in they never turned back. And the wars haven't stopped since.

TL;DR: Yes, it probably got bad in the '80's bad between misery and nothing, I'll take misery...
 Feb 18, 2012, 20:45 EST