Incredible production. Sounds unfussy and organic, but not because there's not a lot going on. It's more because everything's got room to breathe. And yeah, like i said It's like Kid A fed through the warm textures of In Rainbows.
Re: Iron Maiden "Head-to-Head" Song Tournament (Round 7: Group A)
aaaaaaalright. lets do this next round:
Where Eagles Dare
2 Minutes to Midnight
Dance of Death
Last one was the only really easy one.
And it's not really about it being mainstream recognition. It's simply because the people that run the Grammys and decide who's nominated/who wins haven't got a clue about 99% of other music that's out there.
It's like saying "This artist/song/album is the best out of 1% of music (that...
Yeah, I agree. I'm far from being a virtuoso at anything so I end up having so many takes in some parts that it's sometimes frustrating. On a related note: Realizing which 'flaws' are acceptable and that you don't have to play everything perfect, is also tricky.
I listen to my recordings at...
Before I tried venturing into making my own songs - when I was just listening to music - I would have said that the most challenging and critical aspect of making music is coming up with lyrics and/or composing a melody.
The more I delve into making music though, other elements start to figure...
Re: Iron Maiden "Head-to-Head" Song Tournament (Round 6: Group M)
okay, final group of this round folks. should be a pain to vote for for some people :P i'll leave this up a while so that I have time to tally the votes for this round. my picks:
Dream of Mirrors