OK, but seriously, it's a little more mechanical than what I would normally listen to. The physics in the song are interesting, for sure. It's very systematic - follows a pattern. This is both a strength and a weakness in that it give the music incredible structure but it makes it come across as a bit too... logical. It is, however, a great beat to keep the rhythm to and it accomplishes this very well.
A good production, somewhat interesting Trent-Reznor inspired intro (initial 13 secs or so). Other than that, perhaps due my untrained ear is unable to hear to nuances of this style of music, it sounds to me somewhat generic and very similar to a multitude of Linkin-Park style copies. I get the feeling that the artist is more interested in the commercial aspects of running a band than the art and music itself. So my judgment: 4/10
Just listened to Bring Down the Power (not going to listen to any more of these atm).
Seems to be the kind of music that is more focussed on the experience than the music itself due to it repetitive nature. However, and I don't know the exact lyrics for this, but it seems the song is not only about "bringing down the power" but also raising the power for the self. There was a line I thought was clever, actually. They talked about bringing down the power and then having the fulfillment of power in themselves... or something like that.
As far as music tastes go, this is not very near to what I would find myself listening to in my free time. Reason for this is that, like I touched on earlier, it's a bit repetitive and there really is no climax either.
I'm not in much mood for ethnic music i guess. I don't know how to judge this tbh. 5/10?
i like pop. this one is classic because boys. i think all men should dance like them. man from 3:47 is gorgeous <3
Plus for being experimental. Instrumental track is quite good. I couldn't get into the use of the vocals in that way though. Waited throughout the song for something new to happen but in never did. 5.5/10