6 comments

    • fish

      March 13, 2013 (01:56) Reply

      thanks david! glad u dig, baby!

  • Rob Best

    March 15, 2013 (07:45) Reply

    Had a good listen to “sediment” Rob, sounds really good man. The snare has a very haunting effect with your plaintive distant vocals. Love the off-beat synths around 1:40 in, and the background vocs around this point too. This song reminds me of “blue” in its feeling, kind of a postlude if you will. Great work buddy.

    • fish

      March 17, 2013 (04:53) Reply

      thank rob. always great to get spevific feedback and observations. lets me know someone is really listening! (but, of course, you always do!)

      • aRB

        September 1, 2016 (16:09) Reply

        “Everybody’s fine”…g’ahhh. Love the sparseness of the orchestration and materials and all of a sudden a huge vocal swarm appears for the “everybody’s fine”. Yet the timbres and setting is so fragile and ready to break at any moment. Keep throwin’ ’em back at us. We are NOT fine. We need more great songs, ALWAYS. Thanks brilliantfish!

        • fish

          September 2, 2016 (02:22) Reply

          the ‘vocal swarm’! love that. The St. Louis Aquarium Choir was a wonderfully motley crew!! hats off to all of them and their beautifully broken chorus!

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