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Evan A.

  1. Illinois
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 8
  2. followers 1
  3. following 5
  1. Dreamrider
    by Lazerhawk
    Oneiric Oneiric
    I have been waiting since 2015 (when I discovered Redline) for an album just like Lazerhawk's first. I needed melodies, not just heavy bass and a consistent beat. Dreamrider is it; it's the album I was waiting for. I couldn't have imagined it as perfect as it is, but I knew one day they would release something like Redline again, and they did. Dreamrider brings back their build-up melodies but in a mellow style.

    Currently, I'm listening to it on repeat while playing CS:GO.
  2. Dungeon of the Endless Soundtrack
    by FlybyNo
    Game Over Game Over
    The soft tune "Game Over" sounds exactly like the feeling of losing a game that took hours of painstaking effort and tedious micromanaging - that is, after you're finished raging about that last horde that UTTERLY demolished you. A+
  3. Songs For Dads
    by The Walters
    Life Life
    Really stoked on the harmonic bass in these tunes. AND the album comes in 24 bit 48 kHz?? Not too many groups are putting out music with this sort of composition and fidelity. I noted that "Life" is my favorite track, but "New Girl (Tom's Song)" is up there :)
  4. Committed to the Crime
    by Chaos Chaos
    Do You Feel It? Do You Feel It?
    Gotta admit: the tracks are mixed perfectly. Good tonal balance across the board. Never piercing or boomy. Just right. I put "Do You Feel It?" as my favorite track, but really "Better" was a close second.
  5. Young Men
    by The Walters
    Sweet Marie Sweet Marie
    Discovered these gentlemen, and "Sweet Marie," via a skater's YouTube channel. I gotta say that it's unfair to pick a favorite track because they're ALL great.
  6. Redline
    by Lazerhawk
    Interstellar Interstellar
    There's something about each progression into the solos that makes it so absorbing, yet freeing. I could have a super bad day and all I'd have to do is start this album from the top to soothe the nerves. I've never liked this type of music before, and while I'd argue it doesn't take much multi-instrumentalist talent, it's awfully refreshing nonetheless. On the 1st day of hearing this album, it was a 6/10. Today, it is a 9.5/10.
  7. Unresolved
    by Ariel Abshire
    Once in a Lifetime Once in a Lifetime
    This music keeps me sane while I spend my nights studying. It's so beautiful, you could fall in love with someone just by listening to this.
  8. Still So New
    by Ariel Abshire
    I Can't Remember You I Can't Remember You
    Haha, I've been listening to "I Can't Remember You" on repeat for hours on end. Such a easy going tune.