Friday, March 11, 2016

Muhr – Lucas Arc (2013)




  • Post-rock
  • Experimental rock
  • Avant-rock
  • Modern classical
  • Electronic music
  • Epic
  • Cinematic

Comment: Vincent Fugère aka Muhr comes out from a place where the guitar-induced music means a lot. More profoundly, he has based out from Montrèal, Quebec, Canada. There is up a wide spectrum of guitar groups who play it in an unconventional way as it is on the recent 4-track issue. Beyond that he had been the head figure of the fascinating experimental music label Camomille Music, an imprint for modern classical, post-rock, ambient and experimental and electronic music.  For sure, Muhr is a talented musician and producer whose outlet involves a bunch of mind-blowing constructed parts, heroic thematic developments and synergic streaks. For instance, he exploits guitars and mandolins juxtaposed against warped electronic undercurrents to conjure up experimental yet highly appealing results at Lucas Arc Part 2. The same could be said about the rest of the pieces where the epic of overdriven guitars, delicate electro-acoustic scintillas, reversed chords will surface a beatific level to dignify one`s soul and mind. Furthermore, something of this sort could be a soundtrack for any motion picture with fairly lofty content. This sonic gem must be heard and gotten.
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