The sad story of Tehzs De Melf

The sad story of Tehzs De Melf

Elesimo's picture



Liner Notes: 

My first track since March. Just testing the waters. Smile



Please keep your comments respectful, honest, and constructive. Please focus on the song and not the demo.


standup's picture

I hear a darkened theater, the sound of the projector running, then this slinky music. I especially like the intro, the atmosphere really changes when the music builds up around 0:45. But it does crescendo nicely from there. Nice middle bit about 2:00 with no percussion, then the distant piano coming back in. It actually sounded a bit like an ending at 2:45. The organ and guitars have a lovely combined timbre, very pretty on the way out (then ending) when there's more space. Nice dynamics throughout.

For what it's worth, I though it sounded cooler when the drum kit was not involved. I would have been tempted to try to build the whole thing around the distant hammer sound, but that might be just me. I enjoy it as it is, and listened twice.

I wondered if the title was something backwards, but Flem Ed Szhet doesn't speak to me.

pearlmanhattan's picture

You had me at the piano. You told the whole story with sound. Great work.