Tracks are on my Taxi page: https://www.taximusic.com/hosting/home. ... aulcroteau
From Within The Crypt: "Good atmosphere, but not quite textural enough for this pitch."
(I get that... this is more of a drone)
Ghost Ship: "I dig the drone, but the choral voices are a little off for this pitch when taking into consideration the ref material."
(the second a la has some voices in it)
Slow Amputation: "Not quite subtle enough on the tail for this pitch, although, I dig the emotional tone."
(the a las were busier than mine, not sure about this comment)
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