Gore Tech: Part I – Vibex Divide

This was written over one listen.

I restarted the opening seconds a few times to work out what the opening sound was, but other than that this was mostly pretty straightforward to write. I don’t think I switched off enough, but I captured an idea of how the song proceeds.

Gore Tech’s “Part I – Vibex Divide” is from Pulse Tundra.

I hope you enjoy.

A high plink rings out and alongside a rhythm forms. It compresses and rings and repeats.

Something underneath forms and stretches out as a drone. It is almost an expanse approaching and somewhere between these two sounds the first beat appears. Vocals flow in after and alongside the beats and slowly things fill out.

Keys come forward as some sounds mute and others stretch. The keys are delicate and careful, almost as though they are a glimpse of something. Vocals detach and the rhythm continues onward.

Distorted sounds come in through as brief  flashes and the atmosphere remains… not tense, but it carries an undercurrent of foreboding. Perhaps some sort of stark situation, or bleakness.

The lower sounds drop out and all that is left mainly is the opening sound and the piano. Something warps in for a moment and takes what is left, and one final key briefly rings out at the song’s end.

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