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I Dug Some Graves You Will Never Find   [2017]

I Dug Some Graves You Will Never Find Released by :
MultiStyle Labs [web]

Release Date :
1 July 2017

Type :
C64 Music

Website :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SwtKe_hSbDM&index=9&list=PLv0a3bHiEHsLOAnK7B0Hhr1z4tqQ-GV3E

Released At :
Gubbdata 2017

Achievements :
C64 Music Competition at Gubbdata 2017 :  #8

User rating:**********  9.5/10 (15 votes)   See votestatistics
**********  9.8/10 (6 votes) - Public votes only.

Credits :
Music .... Linus of Arsenic, Camelot, MultiStyle Labs, Oxyron, SHAPE

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/159113/I-dug-some-graves-you-will-never-find.sid (downloads: 219)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/159112/I_Dug_Some_Graves_Youll_Never_Find.prg (downloads: 107)

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User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 30 August 2017
Thank you, but I didn't ditch anything.There should be room for a lot of styles, don't you think? Not sure what you mean by semi-random either :)
User Comment
Submitted by Lamb on 29 August 2017
So good to see you finally ditching that semi-random jazzy bull stuff for something providing output as massive as a black fucking hole. 11/10.
User Comment
Submitted by FATFrost on 11 July 2017
Little brother Linus this is absolutely lovely!
Deserved a higher place in the compo.
User Comment
Submitted by Snabel on 9 July 2017
Actually, i was just listening to Xiny's recording on YT, and wondered exactly that ;) Kindly share insight, pls :)
User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 9 July 2017
Thanks for the interesting comments :D

... and nobody asks how chords without samples utilizing only one voice work? =)
User Comment
Submitted by Xiny6581 on 6 July 2017
I totally love this song from many aspects!
The instruments are really pushing that ol' SID in ways we never thought it was possible. The melodies are small, marginally, tight, bonded to fit between the gaps from chords and drums. Which is funny and dirty :)
Also the dirty rhythms are nice, sleek and rough!
SID is after all meant to be a synthetic device :D
User Comment
Submitted by CreaMD on 5 July 2017
I'm listening to this for second time thanx to inspiring comments. And thanks to the fact that I forgot it immediatelly after I have heard it for the first time. What gave me sort of pleasure, was the part that reminded me of Delta ingame soundtrack by Hubbard. That was good.
User Comment
Submitted by celticdesign on 5 July 2017
Great stuff with awesome sounds!!!
User Comment
Submitted by rail slave on 5 July 2017
Original in a sea of "oh wow, technical! " but ultimately unoriginal and non-consequential things.

Inspiring step forward, claustrophobic and almost sounds like the soundtrack to somebody making/exploring music.
User Comment
Submitted by Flex on 5 July 2017
guys, you're too funny. :-D
User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 5 July 2017
Jailbird: I saw that quote coming, but why so few groups?
User Comment
Submitted by jailpɹıq on 5 July 2017
I concur. Also would like to add that the opened outline is able to capture something of our secret thoughts and its permutative behaviour. We can recognize an item here and there but the line always glides further with unlimited combination of associations. Curves of the consiousness, curves of the subconcious.
User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 4 July 2017
I want to conclude something, which has been more and more evident to me in music (being an artist).
And that is the evident interest of pop-culture/structure of imagining audial art to be a carrier of
narrative meaning many fall for, trying their best in desciptions and collages of slager-fest,
in the written word, say lyrics. This tune does not, it is a pure collection of sounds,
and I do not have to pretend it tells me something, which is not written, on the screen.
I'm very grateful for that and also that music doesn't to pretend it's a visual art,
it will become one anyway, inviting us, just as itís presenting its finest in being an sound art.
User Comment
Submitted by psych858o on 3 July 2017
Indeed unexpected :) I like it!
User Comment
Submitted by Randall on 3 July 2017
this is a huge step away from the standard Linus sound. finally! daring and beautiful.
User Comment
Submitted by jailpɹıq on 3 July 2017
Fucking great! But why so many groups?
User Comment
Submitted by LMan on 3 July 2017
Holy cow Linus. Black magic.
User Comment
Submitted by Linus on 2 July 2017
I ain't friendly either!!1 :)
User Comment
Submitted by Flex on 2 July 2017
Wicked sound! Too bad you had to step out from the 1x territory... Yeah, it's ok for sounds like these. ;-) Maybe not the friendliest choice for music compo, but who cares.
User Comment
Submitted by spider-j on 2 July 2017
Neat :-) Love how the drums and chords are put together and result in an uncommon rythmic figure that feels super smooth.
User Comment
Submitted by Jammer on 2 July 2017
Chords! :O
User Comment
Submitted by Joe on 2 July 2017
Great!
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