It's so playful all the way through, but still has a lot of style variation. It's also got a really video-gamey vibe the whole way through, which I really like; it makes for catchy and memorable tunes.
Favorite track: Slippy's Secret.
STAFFcirc was a 19th-century new spiritual movement founded by XXXXX XXXXXXX for various occult and shamanic rituals. One of the many mystic voyages undertaken by the group, “musics composition” is a small aspect along with the creation of visual sculptures both real and “net”, in the shape of its mysterious frog-oid sigil.
There have been many heads during its 116-year period, with widely differing stances on moral, theological and political issues. Due to more liberal undercurrents in the age of Blog and Twitter (as well as a more mercurial pull for financial funding), the circle have agreed to break their silence in unprecedented partnership with Ubiktune to release a collection of their myriad sacred artifacts to public consumption for the first time.
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I Love this album to pieces!
This and Exit Plan are your best works bar none, idk how you'll top it but I know you will! ✌😃
(tbh, I wish I could make the whole Album my favorite track) danman_supervirtuL
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Though all over the place with other artists and collectives, Zack's an expert when it comes to re-using and re-assigning soundfonts from well-known games, and completely metamorphosing them into a whole 'nother genre: battle themes into fusion elevator jazz, simple 4/4 melodies into samba and swing, and rough 'n tumble songs to funky hits.
If you're an avid fan of chiptune and VGM, or would look a cute album to listen to, pick this one up. You'll enjoy it as much as I do. pC