Thursday, November 16, 2017

The Undynamic Pop Experiment – The Undynamic Pop Experiment (2017)

  • Post-punk 
  • Punk funk 
  • Alternative dance 
  • Art punk 
  • Dance punk 
  • New Wave 
  • Prog-punk 
  • Brass pop

Comment: by my opinion, punk funk as a branch of post-punk and music in general can be considered a genuine invention by the human kind. The Pop Group, Public Image Limited, A Certain Ratio, ESG, Gang of Four, Blondie, Talking Heads, James Chance and the Contortions. The Undynamic Pop Experiment provides a fascinating set of 5 tracks having been recorded in 2002 in Mike`s apartment yet from this year it has been available for all of us via Free Music Archive. With regard to it and the artist`s Myspace site I guess it is a one-man project. The bunch includes the best elements of dance-appealed punk of highly catchy guitar hooks and strums and incisive drumming with at times painful and at times declamatory singing manner filled in with tickling tension and demonstrative angriness. The final track Part-Time Lover provides highly epic orchestrated and brass sounds in front of the boisterous guitar wall. This track cannot be a part-time lover. Get it. Listen to it. Love it. Rebel with it. 

[Teaser of the day] Shamar - Third World Rag

  • Singer-songwriter
  • Art pop
  • Bedroom pop
  • Drone pop
  • Electro-indie
  • DIY
  • Organcore

Artist: Shamar
ReleaseHome & Hearth
Label: Self-released/Bandcamp 
Year: 2016

[Teaser of the day] Natural Snow Buildings - Camp Lily Dale

  • Ambient
  • New Weird France
  • Avant-folk
  • Dream folk
  • Ambient folk
  • Psych-folk
  • Free folk
  • Drone folk
  • Epic
  • Improvised music
  • Weird folk
  • Experimental folk
  • Space folk

Release: Aldebaran
Year: 2016

[Teaser of the day] Moses Luster - Sorrow Town

  • Singer-songwriter
  • Art rock
  • Vaudeville
  • Americana

Artist: Moses Luster
Label: Self-released/Bandcamp
Year: 2017

Bramir – Amuletos: I-IV (2017)

  • Drone 
  • Microtonal 
  • Minimalism 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Ambient drone 
  • Post-industrial 
  • Micronoise

Comment: this 4-notch issue provides a different sort of haunting music rather than just coming out of a horror movie. It does not include either shrieks or highly lurking narrative, it is warm and permanent in its endless droning while emitting almost audible shades behind it. Yet it is possible I have hauled in non-existent entities in reality. It may have cheated my perception elegantly due to its iterative nature and elliptical fringes. Yet if the music evokes these ghosts in my head I guess they can be considered as existing ones. As real ones. Yes, it is a philosophical question about the nature of entities. I can hear the very intense soundscape behind these layers yet at the same time chiming in a muffled way. Otherwise it could be a merciless harsh noise attack. Yet the more you listen to it the more it reveals its malignant nature. The pulsating drones beat in my head and will connect with my intellect. The music which makes one thinking of. The outing is a part of the discography of Mansarda Records.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

[Teaser of the day] Zijnzijn Zijnzijn! - Breathe In

  • Drone
  • Experimental rock
  • Epic
  • Post-rock
  • Minimalism
  • Electronic music
  • Microtonal
  • Dream pop
  • Avant-rock
  • Drone rock

Release: Wordwounder
Year: 2013

[Teaser of the day] Roger Plexico - Aniva Rock Lighthouse

  • Mood music
  • Indietronica
  • Post-pop
  • Alternative pop
  • Chilltronica
  • Art pop

Artist: Roger Plexico 
Year: 2017

[Teaser of the day] Arze Kareem - Da blocks

  • Breaks
  • Downtempo
  • Hip-hop
  • Chilltronica
  • Electronic music
  • Trip-hop
  • Mood music
  • Urban music

Artist: Arze Kareem
Label: Jamendo
Year: 2011

Yaporigami – Loop 1.0 (2011)

  • Experimental techno 
  • Glitch techno 
  • Avant-techno 
  • Minimal dub 
  • Electronic music 
  • Experimental electronica

Comment: Yaporigami is a Japanese artist whose 15-notch outing is a fine blend of crispy beats, clockwork-alike electronic effects and neurotic electrified wobbling. It is like metal as a material will get elaborated incessantly from one form to another. Stylistically it is a drift between glitched-out techno and minimal dub. The artist has entitled all the tracks as loops but in fact these ones are enduring compositions on their own. The listener is allowed to rumble around across the labyrinthine and boxy channels full of ear-provoking dodges, vivid turns and enchanting rushes. It is the source of dizziness ultimately. It is a part of the artificial world, it may even be a bit dystopic and suffocating yet at the same time preserving its irresistible outfit and inner playfulness. This outstanding techno and dub outing is a bit in the discography of Hz-Records.

[Teaser of the day] Randomajestiq - Gravity 0

  • House 
  • Alternative dance
  • Electro-house
  • Electronic music
  • Club dance

Artist: Randomajestiq
Label: One
Year: 2004
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