Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Paneye - Remote Summer Clouds (2014/2015)

  • Synthwave
  • Alternative dance
  • Ambient
  • Dream folk
  • Free folk
  • Electronic music
  • New Weird Australia
  • Experimental folk
  • Synth electro
  • Kosmische Musik
  • Synth fusion

Comment: Behind the pseudonym Paneye has been doing the Aussie Will Treffry whose music I first met almost 7 years ago while he did issue the album Wilt And Loom under Dog Eared Records. Then he took more on abstract ambient and folk tinged compositions. On the other side, his recent music is remarkbaly more synthesised and sequencer dominated thereby resulting more in dance beats with different angles and threads which in turn are imbued with the flickers of Kosmische musik and ambient music. Indeed, the kick drums used to beat there against your ears and head. In contemporary context, however, this could be considered as an example of synthwave music. However, some compositions at the final part provide stylistic hints at the aforementioned album thereby reminding the end of the 00s. For instance, Corridors chimes like a Japanese flicker with sublime synths and spacey vocals in the background to support the minimalist koto motive in the forepart. Similarly, Grey Eyes could be a solid exponent on possible miscellany of New Weird Australia because of being slightly muddy and enchanting in its folk-ology. In a nutshell, the result is outstanding to be enjoyed in any weather.
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