Three tracks that need to be listened. Three tracks “buzzzing”. Hand-picked by Last Day Deaf for you…
Track: ‘blush response’
Genre: post rock, experimental
Grandiose, colossal, astral… These are the first 3 words that spring in mimd while listening to the latest track by the ‘personal open world/sandbox game‘ of bassist and producer Ben Krahl. bensnburner, and ‘their’ interpretation on Vangelis‘ ‘blush response‘ from the O.S.T. for sci-fi masterpiece “Blade Runner“. On top of this, the video ‘detects’ Ben, Norman Lonhard – drums & Philipp Schlotter – synths, killing it in a ala DOOM big empty hangar. What else could I ask? A larger-than-life sound, a war beast bass, heavy ‘guillotine’ drums, stellar synth work, and direct references to one of my best video games & movies of all time. Ahhh, almost forgot; This is actually more a new beast, that’s borrowing elements from the classic O.S.T. Divine!
Genre: neoclassical, electronic, experimental
A\V come from Spain and consist by two brothers: Juan and Víctor Pablo. We read that their sound characterized by using the piano as the main element, accompanied by ambient sounds, distorted synthesizers and electronic and cinematic percussions.
From their recently released debut album, we chose ‘Miedo‘ a composisiotn that may be just clocking under 3 mins, but it’s that powerful to tame 100 raging bulls. Just imagine Trent Reznor being locked up in a dark underground cell with an old rusty piano and a psychotic classical music composer droning on about his artistry. ‘The Fragile”s hidden track….
Track: ‘Moons Ago’
Genre: ambient, drone
Neuland is the ambitious project featuring original Tangerine Dream member Peter Baumann and 80’s era Tangerine Dream member Paul Haslinger. ‘Moons Ago‘ is taken from their upcoming double LP (out October 25th) and it’s an ideal amalgam of floating orbit of ambient soundscapes & organic instrumentation. Put on your space suit and….. Bon voyage!
Curated by: Christos Doukakis