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Lamar The Frog James Stephenson, Buffalo, United States

  • A Comment on ZAmusic's
    Beelzebub and the Johnsons at 0.33
    on March 27, 2014 04:28

    Love the piano and you've got a nice range of sounds backing it up as well. Really digging the mood and slight changes in percussion and backing instrumentation.

  • A Comment on Crasto's
    Cartoon Crash(Preview) at 0.28
    on March 27, 2014 04:11

    Digging the sampling, whole thing has a nice flow to it.

  • A Comment on EZZYLVND's
    Shoegazing at 3.03
    on November 24, 2013 21:49

    Love the way the beat changes up. Lots of variety in the mix and everything flows extremely well.

  • A Comment on RavageMusic's
    Deus Ex Machina II at 0.56
    on November 13, 2013 00:10

    Love the pulsating rhythm and the orchestral build behind it. May just want to work on mixing in the future, naturally that comes down to preference, but the drums are a bit quiet here, especially compared to the pulsating synths.

  • A Comment on Younity's
    Jemand at 4.09
    on October 19, 2013 05:56

    Great stuff, really relaxing and the extended length suits it very well with some changes throughout and a nice pace.

  • A Comment on TheGhostOutfit's
    Communications In Detroit at 1.10
    on October 15, 2013 21:15

    Really digging the sampling.

  • A Comment on Fabuloso / J.G. Wentworth's
    cyborgmurdasquad.wma at 0.45
    on September 25, 2013 00:59

    Percussion is mixed a bit high for my taste, but it suits the music extremely well. Really like the mood you've got going here.

  • A Comment on fatherbernard's
    Paws Jam at 0.23
    on September 25, 2013 00:22

    Fun little jam, there's something I really like about the sound of the basic percussion here.

  • A Comment on Edison (band)'s
    Your Pants at 1.26
    on September 01, 2013 00:57

    Loving the dynamic changes on this track. Really fun and well put together, great stuff.

  • A Comment on Iván M's
    On Melancholy Hill at 0.35
    on September 01, 2013 00:45

    The simplicity suits the track really well. Nice cover.

  • A Comment on Myüzak's
    Kingdom at 2.24
    on September 01, 2013 00:43

    Digging the dirty synth and eclectic rhythms; there are some great transitions as well.

  • A Comment on Revin Goff's
    Glaciers at 1.17
    on August 29, 2013 02:55

    Great stuff, love the transitions and you've got a really unique tone overall.

  • A Comment on Lamar The Frog's
    Aux Storage at 0.30
    on August 27, 2013 23:59

    Drones remind me of the motherland and make me forget about political arguments brought on by social media.

  • A Comment on The Lonely Jackals's
    Calescence at 3.56
    on August 27, 2013 23:54

    Really liking the different phases. Great job filling in the track, as well; really digging the overall aesthetic.

  • A Comment on Geraldhino's
    Mystic Groove (Duo) at 3.05
    on August 27, 2013 23:51

    Nice jam. Feels suprisingly full considering there are only two instruments, but that may be due to the naturalistic feel of the recording.

  • A Comment on ALLfiction's
    Kanye West - I Am A God (Feat. Shinji Ikari) at 0.28
    on August 16, 2013 22:20
  • A Comment on MisterB0's
    Demo 3 at 0.50
    on August 05, 2013 05:37

    Really liking the rhythm that builds up here.

  • A Comment on Riemann's
    I Know That You Know That I Know at 1.16
    on August 01, 2013 21:13

    Damn, loving the full sound. Lots of smaller touches work together really well, great stuff.

  • A Comment on ALLfiction's
    Hold Your Breath at 0.40
    on August 01, 2013 01:24

    Digging the way that the piano and synth melodies work off of each other. Percussion sounds a bit thin, but the way everything layers over each other and the way the track rises and falls more than makes up for it. Really like the panning tricks as well.

  • A Comment on ,Kaze's
    Dune Floor at 1.33
    on August 01, 2013 01:12

    Really like the aesthetic you've got going on here. You did a great job with layering this track and letting the various parts work off of each other. The reverb can get a bit overbearing in places, but overall it suits your sound extremely well. Interesting stuff.

  • A Comment on DeadCats's
    Aliens at 1.08
    on July 31, 2013 19:09

    Really digging the loose style you guys have going on.

  • A Comment on Red Cabbage's
    Red Date at 1.56
    on July 31, 2013 19:07

    Love the snap on those drums and there are some great melodies working off of each other. Main issue is that it sounds a bit thin in some places tonally, but still very enjoyable.

  • A Comment on Lamar The Frog's
    Six Months at 2.10
    on July 31, 2013 19:01

    Thanks for giving it a listen. The main issue I have there is that I need to work on manipulating plugins, maybe combining them with some effects, to help them ring out more. Gone through many frustrating attempts at getting the drums to sound right on many occasions.

  • A Comment on JesusIsABoxOfCrackers's
    Mein Schatzi at 0.44
    on July 31, 2013 18:59

    Love the tone here. Has a much lighter aesthetic and lends itself well to changes in volume and intensity. Great stuff.

  • A Comment on Rei Flagg's
    媒体 at 1.53
    on July 03, 2013 20:16

    Excellent job of transitioning through the different soundscapes.

  • A Comment on gelatinous's
    Metanoia at 0.20
    on July 03, 2013 20:12

    Surprised by how full this sounds, you did a great job of filling things in with synth. Good stuff.

  • A Comment on Damage Decade's
    The Poltergeist in Wait at 1.48
    on July 03, 2013 19:31

    Excellent stuff. The heavier additions really help the song progress and gives it a different outlook by the time the vocals come in. Manages to be both atmospheric and melodic, I'm really digging this.

  • A Comment on Nihilon's
    aimless drone at 3.50
    on July 03, 2013 19:26

    Keeps a strong, barren vibe to it, but still has enough progression to make it feel like a cohesive whole. Really liking this one, especially the low end tones.

  • A Comment on EEXEE_ official's
    Strings And Attractors [EEXEE REMIX] at 3.41
    on July 03, 2013 19:22

    Loving the sampling on this one, coupled with the darker, heavier instrumentation they play off of each other quite well.

  • A Comment on spritzpupsbernd's
    Gitarrenmusik at 0.49
    on July 03, 2013 19:18

    Love the melody here. Biggest complaint is that the rumbling in the back can get overbearing at times, good stuff though. Lots of variation in the guitar melodies with some fun layering.

  • A Comment on LastChanceCity's
    Gravity at 1.30
    on July 03, 2013 19:15

    Really digging the crunch guitar tone, pairing it with clean tones works extremely well. Also some great leads here.

  • A Comment on Lamar The Frog's
    Summer's End at 2.09
    on June 15, 2013 20:51

    @Birdmask: This is my new favorite comment.

  • A Comment on jckdvnprt's
    Gaining Ground at 2.26
    on June 15, 2013 19:12

    Digging the changing drums and relaxing tone of the song. I like the quiet, higher acoustic arpeggiation in the background as well. Only complaint is that the viola(?) lead has a certain cheap sound to it that clashes a bit with the rest of the track.

  • A Comment on Luke Frazier's
    Sing Yourself to Nothing at 0.54
    on June 15, 2013 19:08

    Love the backing vocals. Really subtle touch, but adds a lot to the track. Good job filling everything in with a smaller amount of instrumentation. Good stuff.

  • A Comment on Devin McCormick 1's
    Purple pie at 0.37
    on February 08, 2013 02:16

    I need a moment.

  • A Comment on mekazawa's
    Tootsee Lover - DJMAX vs 69 Boyz at 0.22
    on December 02, 2012 03:20

    I half expected it to turn into Slam Jam here. Good job, once again.

  • A Comment on mekazawa's
    Hollaback Quilt - DJMAX vs Gwen Steffani at 0.45
    on December 02, 2012 03:11

    At first I was going to say that the Steffani sample was a bit too quiet, but thinking about it actually supplements the track a lot better this way. Blends in more and doesn't become a distraction. Nice work.

  • A Comment on mekazawa's
    Big Booty Ocean at 0.44
    on October 24, 2012 03:15

    It's kind of scary how well you got these to go with each other.

  • A Comment on f.e.a.r....'s
    f.e.a.r.ology 14-nu-metal-w-voxalistics at 0.32
    on October 23, 2012 20:20

    Great work at making a steady build. Only real complaint I have is that the vocals are mixed a bit too high. Other than that, great stuff.

  • A Comment on Maida Feingold's
    Nighthawks at 3.20
    on October 22, 2012 02:17

    Liking the rhythm change here.

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