I'm not sure if it was ever confirmed DESKJUGGLER is tarolabo, but the keysounding style, composition style and guitar sample library all seem to match up, although I guess it's possible it was a really good impostor?
Well, I love this song, how much use it gets out of a single motif, and how strongly themed and unlike other BMS it is. I think there are lots of ways the BGA can be interpreted, and I don't know what is correct, but I cried the first time I saw it. It's one of the most emotional BMS.
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Well, it's my favorite BMS song, it is just so joyous and the BGA is perfect.
From poking around readmes I got the impression tarolabo is a person who usually goes into songwriting with a strong particular theme in mind, so when I looked at the keysounds and saw all the different sound effects used in the background here I really started to wonder if there was a more specific intention to this song. I guess we'll never know.
This song goes like "bump bump bump bump dodododododo"
Already the track is really cool from the beginning, but I'm most fond of the songwriting in the second half which is mystically evocative in a way I've not heard elsewhere. I'm so used to experimental music being cold and mechanical sounding, so tarolabo's incorporation of strings and other organic elements is always so good...
I don't know why the genre says Fidget because it sounds like Tech Dance to me. Well, it's a really good kind of Tech Dance with moody elements, the kind of unique spin you can only hear in BMS. I think the repetitive bassline and pad chords have a hypnotic quality, the song is almost even soothing to me.
Personally I think this song is a little underrated compared to tarolabo's other BMS, so I want to see more sabuns made of it, and I want to see more fanart of the BGA's kantangimoko-chan who is the cutest and strongest.
One of the strongest experimental BMS; it's full of interesting sounds. The sliding organ pads are so fun to listen to.
Once again, I love the mixture of experimental electronica with masterful songwriting that utilizes organic sounds like the ethnic percussion and mallets here.
I think this song is especially good because it's full of mystery from the sound effects and the sudden cutoff. It's almost artsy-feeling. ※↑に貼っているのはKanoguti氏が作った映像です。
The amount of variations on one motif caused by the chord changes in the chorus is really amazing sounding. I think this is a deceptive song that has more going on underneath the surface than is initially apparent; the chaotic piano particularly stands out.
Also: Passato and the anatomy doll from parry should be together (perfect couple).