Announcing music commissions!

So, I’m finally in a position where I’m comfortable with my music and always in need of extra money so I am opening up commissions for music!

My rates are as follows:

$5 for a ringtone, sting, transition, or anything of negligible length

$15 for an ambient track of any length

$25 for one 5 minute song, plus an additional $2 for every minute after that

$115 for a 6 track album plus an additional $15 for every track after that

All tracks are published 192kbps CD quality audio. I can produce any electronic genre. Orchestral pieces and other genres can be produced via soundfont and rough synthesis so please bear this in mind before commissioning me. You can find examples of my work on my music tag

Please send all inquiries to And thank you in advance!

welcome to music recs net, where we talk music and songs and basically get to be exposed to all types of music genres. this will be a place where you can just chill and talk about your favorite songs of the day, week, etc. remember, all music lovers are welcome!


looking for:

  • nice bloggers with an affinity for music
  • clean, organized blogs
  • hate-free blogs
  • you just have to love music & be chill :-)


  • new friends & followers
  • a spot on the network page
  • a place to chat about music
  • get exposed to new types of music
  • a tag to share all your edits / selfies / fanmixes so we can reblog them

if chosen:

  • track the tag #musicrecsnet
  • keep your ask box open!
  • send nitya an icon & your tumblr email for the groupchat
  • place the network page on your blog somewhere


  • we will choose 15-20 members max
  • may 16th is the deadline
  • contact either of us if you have any questions!

anonymous asked:

hhey iv been followin u for a while but i just wanted to say that ur music taste is my favorite and sometimes i just go through ur music tag to find new music hehh

aw thank you! ;^;

feel free to listen to my soundcloud as well

So I wrote an analysis of 3 songs in Transistor as part of the portfolio for my game design application...

…in which I focused on how “The Spine”, “In Circles”, and “Impossible” shape the game’s characters.

I know there’s a decent handful of you who’ll like this, so have at it.

Aaaaaand tagging music-in-the-bell-jar, this-mic-is-zetta-sexy, lunar–tear, affictionatedreams.

Keep reading

Music Tag

You can tell a lot about a person by the type of music they listen to. Hit shuffle on your ipod, phone, itunes, media player etc and write down the first 10 songs. Then pass it on to 10 people.

Tagged by: yunofilia

Love Doll – Gahata Meiji
Here With Me – The Killers
Na Na Na – My Chemical Romance
Ageage Again – Hatsune Miku
Better Than That – Marina & The Diamonds
Go Go Dancer – Lana del Rey
World Domination How-To – Rin & Len
Know Yourself – Drake
Queen’s Decade – Lolita Dark
Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off – Panic! At The Disco

Tagging: mizutaro, ciircusstrings, otalixidy, acethelostknight, nagisas-fantasy, i-detest-violence-dammit, konohaleroboto, swordiism, amusefilledpark, hxmura-hxmura

If Music Be the Food of Love

read it on the AO3 at

by IndigoDreaming

48 City Lights and The Association of Angry Sewer Rats are slowly but surely taking over the music scene, the only problem is that the two bands hate each other.

Well, they’re supposed to hate each other. Lights’s bassist Ian Gallagher and Rats’s guitarist Mickey Milkovich have different plans.

(AU: OTP are members of rival bands. Shitstorm ensues)

Words: 3170, Chapters: 1/1, Language: English

read it on the AO3 at
Geek U.S.A.
  • Geek U.S.A.
  • The Smashing Pumpkins
  • Siamese Dream

“Geek U.S.A.” is, perhaps, one of the greatest hard rock songs ever written. It’s a roller coaster ride of emotions, hitting almost everything positive aspect that early Smashing Pumpkins records were capable of. It is masterfully heavy but yet intricately designed in a way that feels both loose and technical at the same time. It is tied with “Mayonaise” as my favorite Smashing Pumpkins song and their differing styles show how versatile this band really is.

The guitar and drum work on the song is something to be admired. Billy Corgan’s guitar solo in the song was ranked as the 54th greatest guitar solo ever by Guitar World magazine. When the guitars are being played together in unison, it sounds so thick and heavy. When they are each playing something separately, both are essential and add immensely to the song’s overall value. Jimmy Chamberlin’s drum work was described by producer Butch Vig as “one of the most amazing drum performances I had ever heard.”

One of The Smashing Pumpkins’ biggest strengths was their ability to play with dynamics and tone over the course of a song or record. “Geek U.S.A.” switches between fast hard rock riffs, slow, moody melancholy, mid-tempo rock, and blistering shredding before landing at a feedback-heavy dirge to close out the tune. You hear arrangements like this and it’s no wonder the album was late and over-budget. Corgan was a workhorse in the studio, but the results heard over the course of Siamese Dream were well worth the painstaking effort that went into its creation.