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My fan music (surf rock and other genres)

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Hello, I wanted to share my fan music here.

I started trying to make music because I like Touhou and surf rock, but there aren't many such arrangements, so I tried making some myself so that I could listen to them. Although I started with surf rock, I like trying out new genres, although I've been hesitant about trying out completely new sounds that don't fall neatly into any genre. It's my dream that more people would make Touhou surf rock arrangements.

This below is a playlist of my Touhou and Len'en fan arrangements, new music being added whenever a new one comes out.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBxyd_TQCLWHsCCwnEKV4SsLsW1Z33aKI

Some of my best tracks, I think, are:

- Waves are for the Surfers

- As Aventuras de Alice no Ipanema

- Inchling of the Space Castle

As of this post, my currently newest track is Rad Surfer.

I currently compiled my Touhou fan music (and other music I made) into 3 downloadable "albums", which can be found here:

https://shogikappa.tumblr.com/music (I recommend the Google Drive links, as of the time this post was made)

Most of the music (though not all) in these albums are already on my SoundCloud/Youtube. These are just offline alternatives.

Out of these 3 albums, I rank Rocking n Surfing as my favourite, then Aya's Bauhinia Anthology, and finally my first, Seaside Surf.

I've written a little article for my third album, if any of you are interested: https://tangent-ghwaang.fandom.com/wiki/東方文華集_~_Aya's_Bauhinia_Anthology

Thanks for your attention.

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Edited by Tangentg
Added clarification for my wishes.
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Interesting.  I made a point of listening to a few and particularly your arrangement of Alice in Wonderland (one of my favorite pieces from the series).  It's a rather different style than I usually hear of the usually somber piece, and was quite pleasant.  Switching the melody between different instruments on occasion certainly got my attention, and was interesting to hear.

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