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Instrumental guitar noises from a bedroom in the slap bang middle of England.

Ghost Party° Leamington Spa, Britain (UK)

  • A Comment on Geoffrey Burch's
    Dirt Eaters at 3.14
    on July 20, 2014 07:53

    Such a fantastic mood to this piece! Really well put together and the final product sounds magnificent.

  • A Comment on Mogzart74's
    A tricked scarecrow at 0.27
    on May 28, 2014 11:40

    @Mogzart74: Have fun! They're fantastic live. Just wondering what you used for the drums in this track? They sound fantastic.

  • A Comment on Mogzart74's
    A tricked scarecrow at 0.27
    on April 06, 2014 23:21

    Reninds me of a tamer Aminals As Leaders. Stupéfiant!

  • A Comment on Ellie M's
    Hallelujah (with hannah graham) at 2.05
    on April 06, 2014 00:21

    Wow. These are some of the most mesmerising harmonies I've heard since I first listened to Bon Iver. I'm hooked.

  • A Comment on NATURAL SELF's
    Machine at 0.53
    on February 18, 2014 02:50

    I love the sense of the periphery being just as important as the centre of the song. The glitches and short fills really make this track. Love the vocal harmonies on the chorus too.

  • A Comment on ambientsketchbook's
    Facts & Fairytales at 2.32
    on February 18, 2014 02:42

    I know I always say this, but you are my favourite artist on SoundCloud - and for good reason. Your music never disappoints.

  • A Comment on Star of Sophia's
    This Is the Ant at 1.43
    on February 18, 2014 02:40

    Song title fits the mood of the piece very nicely. Odd, alien and detached.

  • A Comment on Ron Sayer's
    Crossroads at 0.27
    on February 18, 2014 02:39

    Love how the riff is played with a little more gusto, more attack than the original. Really lends itself to the song's upbeat vibe. Your voice is wonderfully crafted for this kind of in-your-face balls-out blues. Delightfully fluid lead playing too. I have a lot of praise for this.

  • A Comment on Panic Anchor's
    Codeine, Wine & Patsy Cline at 0.16
    on February 18, 2014 02:35

    A lot of character in this voice. I'm intrigued.

  • A Comment on GHOST ESTATES's
    Pop Song at 4.29
    on January 27, 2014 19:55

    Great vibe on the outro. Really lends itsef to the epic feel of the track.

  • A Comment on GHOST ESTATES's
    Paris at 0.42
    on January 27, 2014 19:34

    Soothing vocal harmonies. Really nice balance between all the elements of the song - you guys nailed everything here. Just enough reverb, just enough compression. Love it.

  • A Comment on Paul D'Cruz's
    Green and smoke at 0.24
    on January 27, 2014 01:27

    Lovely hint of timelessness about the voice - not only its timbre, but the way it's mixed exudes a very attractive, oldschool vibe. Looking forward to more!

  • A Comment on Vinyl Theatre's
    I Need You Here [FREE DOWNLOAD] at 0.26
    on January 21, 2014 09:42

    Wicked voice!

  • A Comment on Kenji Kishi {GTM}'s
    My Works 49 at 0.42
    on January 21, 2014 01:05

    Really nice.

  • A Comment on Dead Hippie Squadron's
    The New Breed at 1.22
    on January 21, 2014 01:04

    Great amalgamation of different spheres of sound. I love its chaos. Will be checking this one out again in the future, no doubt.

  • A Comment on Pøshettė's
    Pellucid Dream at 0.13
    on January 21, 2014 01:00

    Jazz tone is creamy as hell. Is it sampled?

  • A Comment on ThoSe FucKing HoRses's
    Death Angel Teaser at 0.09
    on January 21, 2014 00:52

    Voice is sounding vicious! -GP

  • A Comment on Cold Fresh Pillows.'s
    W8 // ColdFreshPillows. mix (download in descri... at 7.17
    on January 07, 2014 20:49

    Chilled without being stagnant, engaging without being overbearing. Lovely.

  • A Comment on Justin Valente's
    Snowbound Blues at 0.27
    on January 04, 2014 03:36

    Really lovely vibrato and I love your phrasing. Nice to hear some dirty blues on Soundcloud. Keep it up.

  • A Comment on The Sweet Disorder's
    Real Eyes, Realise, Real Lies at 1.27
    on January 04, 2014 03:34

    Great sense of space and the vocals are nicely dated, gives the track a wonderful nostalgic gloss. Ps The song title is probably from a Machine Head song of the same name ;)

  • A Comment on Stricknice's
    One dream at 0.36
    on January 04, 2014 03:29

    Not the kinda music I'd normally listen to but I like it! Enjoying the disjointed, slightly progressive feel. Very unique vibe

  • A Comment on Qualia .'s
    Something 2 at 0.12
    on January 04, 2014 02:29

    That clean tone is delicious! How did you go about getting it to sound so sharp without being twangy? Really nice sounds in this track

  • A Comment on 'Matt Good''s
    Settle at 1.20
    on January 01, 2014 20:42

    Love this bit - sounds very George Harrison-esque. This is really solid work man.

  • A Comment on I LIKE PRESS's
    Centiment - Zero Tolerance at 0.34
    on November 19, 2013 15:55

    Sounds tight! Loving the vibe - really wide and well-constructed melodies, a great cohesive track. -GP

  • A Comment on Nemspace's
    Dreamwork at 1.06
    on October 30, 2013 12:08

    I don't like house music but this groove is tasty. Good work!

  • A Comment on The Dead Sleep Like Us's
    New Groove Axe Fx 2 Test at 0.07
    on October 30, 2013 12:06

    Wicked. That tone is beefy!

  • A Comment on Guille Poli's
    Tus Pies at 0.52
    on October 30, 2013 12:04

    The kind of music I want to make. Lovely.

  • A Comment on Walt the Wiz's
    Jamie Foyers (Ewan Macoll) at 0.50
    on October 30, 2013 12:03

    Great voice, enchanting playing - but it's the lyrics that I love the most. Well crafted and inviting.

  • A Comment on Le POzzle's
    Rhythm Experience n°5 at 0.03
    on October 30, 2013 12:02

    Sounds really impressive - if you could find a way of recording a bit more clearly this would be perfect! Loving the vibe

  • A Comment on ambientsketchbook's
    The Last of Us at 4.31
    on October 30, 2013 11:59

    Moody, intriguing and perfectly atmospheric. Your music never fails to impress me.

  • A Comment on rickflavoredarsenal's
    Brain Damage at 1.05
    on October 23, 2013 22:33

    Loving it! It's Tool-esque with a bit of extra kick. Definitely gonna be listening out for your stuff in the future!

  • A Comment on JackMills_'s
    Enter Shikari Cover at 0.17
    on October 23, 2013 22:30

    Beefy tone! Love it

  • A Comment on ambientsketchbook's
    Waltzing Amidst the Ruins at 0.29
    on October 21, 2013 13:31

    Your stuff always impresses me. Great work, as ever.

  • A Comment on Alas, Atlas's
    Stockholm at 2.13
    on October 14, 2013 00:31

    Lovely section here, really very nicely layered.

  • A Comment on Secretmetal's
    Progressive shit almost there at 3.08
    on October 07, 2013 23:21

    That run was tasty. Like, supremely delicious.

  • A Comment on Secretmetal's
    Progressive shit almost there at 0.46
    on October 07, 2013 23:19

    Strings were a fantastic choice with this track. What are you using for them? Sweet work man!

  • A Comment on ambientsketchbook's
    Glass Skeletons at 0.41
    on October 07, 2013 01:32

    Absolutely love the texture in the background. Very soothing.

  • A Comment on 'Matt Good''s
    Finding My Feet (Demo) at 1.01
    on October 03, 2013 00:46

    Delightful and charming. Really love this - both lyrically and musically. A solid sign that your stuff is maturing nicely. Love it bro.

  • A Comment on Øyvind Wærnes's
    MOVE THE SKY ( COVER ) at 1.24
    on September 25, 2013 01:56

    Delicious lead tone, lovin it!

  • A Comment on Qualia .'s
    Forgive at 2.41
    on September 21, 2013 10:53

    Absolutely fantastic piece of music; you create a wonderful atmosphere and I just totally got lost in the song. Bravo. This won't be last time I listen to this one!

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