The ultimate fusion of elements and stories and universes is no doubt like never before, and even though I'm a few years late to the party, there's nothing that I enjoy more than a groundbreaking masterpiece of art.
Sometimes I wonder what my life had been like had this music been in it earlier, even going back to the self-titled album drop when I was 3. Some mysteries of the past will remain unsolved, but the treasures within this album and artist have yet to be fully discovered and indulged.
If Aviators finds himself into this artist, I'd be a fool not to check this guy out myself. And boy, was I glad to do that. This music very accurately depicts what music was truly like back in the 80s, and does so very amazingly.
Once again, the truly brilliant Aviators has completely outdone himself, giving the sounds of the 80s, 90s, and early 00s his special modern twist, as well as his heart-driving lyrics about the ever-relatable theme of the crazy little thing called love.
Again, certainly not the most flashy, stunningly original, or uniquely experimental stuff, but absolutely something to recognize in a multi-talented developer so hard at work on perfecting his debut game.
As if End of an Empire couldn't get any more atmospherically astounding, now Klayton superbly pushes the atmospheric and experimental boundaries with these factions that, combined with the chapter tracks and Mission to Mercury, make for an unforgettable listening experience.
While a bit heavier than any normal piece of rock, this record is one that no less than pushes the boundaries and limits of music as we know it, down to the industrial genre itself, until it's near the breaking point. Nobody makes music like this and does it so bloody amazingly and talentedly, and I am no less than very much proud to know who Circle of Dust is, as a millenial.
I really cannot put into words just exactly how much I love this album. Even after hearing little previews of it before release, I was completely blown away with its amazement. Every new masterpiece from Aviators is always guaranteed to be better than the last in my mind.
It is a true surprise and mystery why this amazing duo isn't known to every single person in the world, including all those pop lovers out there. It simply can't be put into words just how brilliant, artistic, and all-around just enjoyable this album is.
It's a really lovely album unique-wise, with lots of stuff he'd never done before, and I absolutely love every single thing on it. It's new, yet sorta similar to BBW in a way. Still absolutely amazing.
I've heard this guy's stuff in the past. Of course, if it weren't for Aviators, I'd probably never have known about him. Most of his old stuff had been quite half-par for me. But THIS. This has blown me clear out of the water of any doubt that this masterpiece would be any less ear-catching for me. This is truly, truly amazing, every single part of it.
For a game developer to attempt to make some music whilst working on gamedev, it is quite the acievement and talent that a lot of the general world needs. And while this isn't the best music I've heard, it definitely represents talent and hard work, and I totally respect that. Quite nice music for the average work day.
I performed Stars at my school talent show once upon a time, and it really opened up my love for this entire EP. Full of experimental multi-genre greatness, with lots of sounds that you hear later on being performed perfectly on From Oceans to Skies. A complete amazement.
Simply a wonderful, amazing, and heartfelt work of art: the true meaning of what composition really is. There's honestly nothing bad to say at all about these genuinely heavenly, clean and modern works. Just astounding.
It's really, really, TRULY amazing. I understand that it may seem a bit TOO powerful, especially what with his first-ever explicit song, but all-in-all, those hard songs are softened by, well, soft songs. I love it, true and true.