Web Crush Wednesdays: Horizon

As I’ve stated previously, there’s nothing I like more than an excellent parody of a song. However, my Web Crush this week takes it a step further.

I first ran into Horizon through a post on my Tumblr dashboard with her re-working of the song Derse Dreamers. I’ll give you a second to listen to this.

If you read the description, you’ll realize that the original track was without vocals, but she makes it sound like this is how the track always was and always should be. I’ve got to give respect to that. We’ve all heard those instrumental tracks in video games or something of the same ilk that we think, “wow, that would make an awesome song” (or, at least I do), but putting lyrics to music isn’t always the easiest thing. But from her tracks, you can tell how much work Horizon puts into her craft and how much she enjoys doing it.

And, oh yeah, her voice is freaking amazing, too. Let’s just say I’m more than a little proud that she’s a part of two of my fandoms: Homestuck and Vocaloid. I really don’t have much to say on how much I love her and how much she has further inspired me to keep on getting better at my own vocals. I’ll let her works speak for themselves.

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About Tsunderin

Greetings and salutations! Feel free to just call me Rin—we’re all friends here, or nemeses who just haven’t gotten to know each other well enough. I’m a video game lover from the womb to the tomb, and Bioware enthusiast until the day they stop making games with amazing characters that I cry over. And while I don’t partake as often as I used to, don’t be surprised to find me poking around an anime or manga every once in a while either. A personal interest for me is characterization in media and how women in particular have been portrayed, are being portrayed, and will be portrayed in the future. I’m not going to mince words about my opinion either.