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Ghost in the Machine - Broken from Binary
Reviewed by Fabryka Music Magazine on . The newest GITM's album brings over an hour of music that should definitely be checked out by fans of catchy cutting-edge industrial rock, metal and pop - but avid video gamers, too. Purists however, need to open their minds to enjoy the surprising concept better. The arrangements don't often repeat within a composition, but veer off into unexpected directions, as if based on bridges mostly rather than a traditional rock song structure. Therefore, expect your ears and brainwaves to be challenged frequently with this release. Here comes music dripping with seriousness, intelligence, groove, and sense of humor - all mixed together.
Ghost in the Machine - interview (2015) Most publishers and customers are pro-artist these days but you still have to be careful. Be sure you know the difference between different licensing types and the intellectual rights of the composition and the sound recording. It really is another side to the music industry and very technical. Take the time to learn the basics even if you are working with a publisher.