Twelve Days of FFRmas 2012 – Day 6
If you happen to take a quick gander at a calendar today then you may experience jaw-dropping shock, immense relief or a fine juxtaposition of the two when you discover that there exists all but a single week-long stretch to separate those of us in the present moment from the fateful Christmas Day. By this point in time, the gift-related shenanigans have reached their climax: attempting to find a parking spot in virtually any mall across the globe will always amount to nothing more than an exercise in futility, and the endeavors put forth by children of all ages as they rummage through closets and crawlspaces alike in their never-ending search for hidden gifts have increased exponentially. If you need to take a break from either the impending feeling of doom that demonically looms over top of your head due to you having procrastinated your shopping, or the crippling anticipation that makes focusing on anything other than what you’re going to be receiving or giving to others nothing short of impossible, then feel free to play today’s release and try to get your mind out of the holiday gutter!
Much like our inevitable Renard release, having our Twelve Day of FFRmas event not include at least one song that had been released under one of the several aliases of acclaimed musician Benn Jordan would be as unthinkable as a DJ Sharpnel song that doesn’t incorporate samples, be them anime or otherwise, or a Synthlight file that’s legitimately on sync. Kirlian Shores is highly atmospheric pierce that features intense breakbeats in addition to a soothing soundscape, the likes of which serving as a perfect culmination between The Flashbulb’s earlier and later works. DarkZtar cuts no corners in his portrayal of the piece either; if the song features a fast burst of percussion then you better believe that you’re going to be dealing with a pattern that appropriately corresponds to the song’s intensity. Just make sure to keep in mind throughout the course of your sightreads that even if the song sounds as if it’s reached a relatively relaxing section that you shouldn’t lower your guard– after all, you never know when a rainbow-colored wall of notes is going to suddenly wash ashore. In order to unlock this file, you’ll need to full combo Kirlian Changes and achieve a score that features an identical number of perfects and boos. Good luck!
- plopadop and FFR Staff
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