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Near Neptune  ✎ Edit

Location: Denton, Texas, United states ✎ Edit
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✎ Edit We are an instrumental progressive trio from Denton, Texas.

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Gabrielle gave feedback to Near Neptune for “Remission”:
I like this one-repetitive but in a soothing way. Very calm. Is the end missing? Seems to end abruptly after it speeds up-I like that change in the song, too.
 Jan 25, 2014, 15:27 EST


Wow! Sounds this is one *FIERCE*, *MEGA* sound :) Very strong outing guys!!!

I love the progress you guys have made and the new band name as well. REall tight stuff, and I am impressed on how well organized your sound is, while still being very free and innovative!!!

Just bought the whole album on FeedForward, and I will recommend that many others do so as well!

Glad to hear you are back in the swing of things and putting a big dent on the universe!
-Sho
 Dec 12, 2013, 08:23 EST
Near Neptune 
Pleased to hear that you have purchased the album and are enjoying it. We can't thank you enough for purchasing and supporting what we're doing. In response to the song, "Soma", yes it is a pretty scattered track, but if you listen closely you might be able to tell that Soma and Big Fat Crystal are actually the same track, but it was too long and we had to split it. Now you might be able to see how it was once more cohesive, however still lacking any sign of a traditional "structure". I wasn't actually very happy with the track until we started recording bass for it for those very reasons, now it's one of my favorites. I guess I just got accustomed to how abstract the structure is.

Thanks again for listening! We hope it will retain a good replay value for you.

Cheers!

-Aaron
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Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Far out, man :) If it inspires you to continue to develop as artists, then the value will be greater than replay :p
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Near Neptune gave feedback to J. Wager for “Z Deprivation”:
Very dreamy, strangely relaxing. Sounds like it could be used during a melancholy intro to an indie film. Interesting chords during the middle. Reverb is pretty wet, perhaps a little too much. You could use just as much decay but turn the wet knob down and have a just as ambient but cleaner sound
 Dec 12, 2013, 12:42 EST


JZC gave feedback to Near Neptune for “The Sky Mariner pt 1”:
I also like how it transitions
 Dec 12, 2013, 11:55 EST