A six year old girl on vocals with her older brother on all other instrumentation, mostly an out of tune guitar as she yells punk lyrics. She's having the time of her life and I hope she grew up to be in a punk band in college cause she is into it.
Vektroid released a sequel to one of my favorite of her old albums on New Years Eve. First listen I like it, but prefer the original, a bit more noise than I usually care for, but we'll see how I feel on future listens. I was just really excited to see she did this. I need to go through all her patreon release stuff still. Haven't listened to it all since subscribing.
I think this is a really fun one, I like the blend of different styles for this album that still manages to sound cohesive. It's got a bit of a rock vibe on some tracks. I'm looking forward to the rest of this series from Stevia Sphere.
New job, new energy to update this blog again. First day here and I remembered Stevia Sphere was doing a new project I hadn't caught up on yet and it turned out the first albums came out 2 days ago. I'm a big fan of her work, particularly her pine voc and glaciere stuff. Her new project is The Rainbow series, where she does a series of seven more downtempo albums around a different concept (and presumably color). This is the first one, Music for Slime Creatures, which has a lot of chiptune in it. I'm not amazing at writing about music, one of the reasons I started doing these posts was to try to get better at talking about music, but I've mostly just written a sentence or two.
Still not going to write much about this one, but I will say I like that it has a mix of chiptune and non-chiptune in each track. I feel like I haven't heard much chiptune layered with other stuff where it works well and I think it was done well in this album.