Friday, March 4, 2016

Allinn – Lahtise küünlaga püssirohukeldris (2015)

  • Post-rock
  • Experimental electronica
  • Breakbeat
  • Post-industrial
  • Remix
  • Noise
  • Ambient techno
  • Avant-garde
  • Leftfield
  • Psycho-acoustic
  • Doom rock
  • Alternative rock

Comment: there are up 13 compositions from different Estonian artists who used to remix another Estonian musical group Allinn. However, it is not simple task to at all to set out to catch the mystical nature of the ensemble whose aesthetic used to drift somewhere between gloomy industrial, sublime noises, exquisite electronic music and experimental rock alike buildings. The miscellany is wide-ranging by veering from slowed-down doom tinged post-rock vibes and densely produced guitar led noise walls to tricky electronica and voice sprinkled sonic shamanism to DIY noise explorations to aggressively hanging broken beats with alien-alike echoes and overwhelmingly resounding ambient techno frequencies by having ill-omened seeds within it to sonorous psyched-out declarations. All in all, the result fulfills the expectations what I had before the first listening. There are up such artists as EDASI, Pinktool, Oudeis, Tont, Tamhiis, Izhorian, Poon, Aamen, Wolfredt, Fuluf, Mang Ont, c.o.u.g.h, and Gee. Many of these artists are being coincidentally related to Tallinn, Estonian underground label Trash Can Dance in a more or less extent. The result is solid and winning over. Additionally one should listen to Allinn`s self-titled album from 2013 which was a simply marvellous one.
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