Tripping techno continued today on a long player record format and with some occassional house beats. It’s interesting to hear how the tracks and the whole structure of music is changing when it is intended for an album release. It doesn’t feel like an assembly of single tracks but rather one coherent atmosphere and flow of music. Also, motivational brain juice work music for the day.
After listening to ONDA today I went straight on and listened to all releases by Jambinai, and it’s quite a trip. Their latest album is a sophisticated soul toching record and in contrast this first one is an experimental metal road roller beast. I see the journey they took from being this raw revolutionary composition through exploring their own realm that they created and arriving to the final destination where they can control their space with such a fine touch. But I love all stages of this journey. I kept starting to write a sentence about which version of their music I prefer but kept deleting, decided not to say. This may be my top new find this year so far: it is so new, so refreshing, so not like something else, so surprising. I still have some processing and re-listening to do.
Actually this specific record brings up feelings that I had for Karyn Crisis’ Salem’s Wounds in 2015.
Progressive metal with melodic tunes, like Fear Factory and Disturbed mixed up. Random note: why do all these albums have to have the mandatory shitty cover?
Low-fi-alt-garage-rock-indie-post-punk from Belgrade. This is the band in your next door basement that you hear at night and would like to see them in your favorite venue.
Electronic, synth stuff, running between the ups and the middle, but there are definitely a few great and creative tracks.
Some people are haunted, and some of them write great music like this. Such authentic goth tunes in 2016.
Illusion of Choice.
Just got to this one, loved the previous one, no letdown here either. Goth rock.
Work boosting background house. Head music meets the club.