ADRIFTAnother fine soundscape from Dr Fred "Adrift"' conjures up images of sunny evenings,, red skies and hazy horizons, i left it on in the background for a couple of plays and definitely got a relaxed vibe coming out of my speakers, so i put it on again! There is for sure an art to making good background music, which is enjoyable and not too overbearing, but at the same time listenable and coherent, and i think that DR Fred Cole is well on the way to mastering it, I find it quite hard myself, so i can admire those who don't.Nice
Ecological musicGood evening! Always a lot of originality in your compositions. This one is complex, with a very basic "Wood " I would say even "ecological "!!! The general atmosphere is soft, without any aggression. You can hear a spun sound that passes through the air. The frequencies rise and fall, as passed in a flanger. The criticism I would make, with regard to a certain monotony. But maybe the musician you are wanted this?
Ambient tonesThe running sequence throughout the piece is of very tribal/African influence that works well tying the whole piece together. The changes in pace do bring that jazz feel. A well produced piece that is very atmospheric.
AdriftHello! I am back! On this track I like the change of rythme in the begining. This is a nice trach which sound african but it's a little bit too repetitive to me. I can't wait to listen your other tunes.
Organic WorldOrganic introduction starts of this composition that utilizes percussive elements that progresses slowly through its various phases. Additional themes are introduced however, somewhat slower than the listener might like for a track of this duration. The minimalist continues through until the tracks completion. The song would benefit from a more robust variation of melodic themes that would bring interest to the composition.