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GuyOnASkateboard

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  1. Rather an old topic. But critiques welcome, yeah? it's a 9/10 man. This is really good. Not even my personal preference of music, but that doesn't matter I suppose. It's really good. I really like the phrase 'dead end - rough road'. Hits hard. Only things I would suggest is a snare on what seems to be the 3 7 11 13... beat. Just to fill a little bit of space. The second depends on what you want. if i was a native spanish speaker and heard this I would really like the way you pronounce words, and I do. If, however, you wanted to reach native english speakers I would work on vowel sounds, etc. It is good already don't get me wrong. I can understand what you are saying perfectly fine and all that, I just wouldn't necessarily sing the vowel sounds the same way.
  2. Bro, I think you're top tier. In all seriousness, SOAD taught me a lot about stereotypical music patterns and progressions and how to break them to make them something slightly 'else', while not making them sound bad. Also, I may not be familiar enough with BROCKHAMPTON to hear much guitar, unless you mean tabbing vocal melodies/keyboards(samples, synths). P.S. Midwest and/or twinkly emo is harder than SOAD songs in ways.
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