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(EBM/Industrial) FHTH new album

edited July 27 in Creations

After walking and swimming in the synthwave ocean , I returned to my native industrial harbor with a new album. Hope you enjoy it.

https://fhth.bandcamp.com/album/star-wormwood

Comments

  • Awesome..... brings me back to early Front Line Assembly or Front 242!!!! Great Stuff!!!!

  • @onerez said:
    Awesome..... brings me back to early Front Line Assembly or Front 242!!!! Great Stuff!!!!

    Thank you so much. Yeah, sources of inspiration.

  • Great stuff @Slava !

    All iOS?

  • very cool! loving the theatrical yet dark and driving sound of it.

  • edited July 27

    @iOSTRAKON said:
    Great stuff @Slava !

    All iOS?

    Thank you so much!
    Unfortunately no. I started projects in Korg Gadget (iPad), did the general sketch and most of the instruments. Then I exported the stems and midi to Logic. Some of the instruments, and almost all of the drums, I also completed in Logic. I made some of the drum samples, loops and FX's in Ruismaker Noir. I done recording of vocal, mixing and mastering in Logic. I think that iPad accounted for about 30-40% of the technical process, but in time it was done on iPad for about year with long breaks and within a couple of weeks it was finished on Mac.

    @shinyisshiny said:
    very cool! loving the theatrical yet dark and driving sound of it.

    Thank you very much!

  • I loved your synthwave phase. But so glad to see you return to industrial :lol :sunglasses:

  • edited July 24

    @senhorlampada said:
    I loved your synthwave phase. But so glad to see you return to industrial :lol :sunglasses:

    As some thinkers say, we are moving in a spiral in our development :). I hope that synthwave does not disappear from my head. And both of these subgenres have common elements.

  • @Slava said:

    @senhorlampada said:
    I loved your synthwave phase. But so glad to see you return to industrial :lol :sunglasses:

    As some thinkers say, we are moving in a spiral in our development :). I hope that synthwave does not disappear from my head. And both of these subgenres have common elements.

    True. It's nice to vary a bit. And you even managed to do it without losing identity

  • @senhorlampada said:

    @Slava said:

    @senhorlampada said:
    I loved your synthwave phase. But so glad to see you return to industrial :lol :sunglasses:

    As some thinkers say, we are moving in a spiral in our development :). I hope that synthwave does not disappear from my head. And both of these subgenres have common elements.

    True. It's nice to vary a bit. And you even managed to do it without losing identity

    Thank you very much!

  • This is great stuff. Often think of BoneyM when listening tho it’s a bit of a genre stretch. Very Slavic, as always.

  • @LinearLineman said:
    This is great stuff. Often think of BoneyM when listening tho it’s a bit of a genre stretch. Very Slavic, as always.

    Heh heh :) Thank you very much! A friend of mine too thinks that EBM is a sequel to disco. I, on the other hand, thought it was more of a punk rock played on synthesizers. But your opinion makes me think again :). Or is it just that my performance turns out to be Slavic disco punk played on synthesizers? :D

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