Saturday, May 14, 2016

Flady – Leave (2015)

  • Deep house 
  • Alternative dance 
  • Tech-house 
  • Club dance

Comment: I guess anyone who adores music in general and especially music of different sorts does have his/her own personal imagination of certain styles. For instance, how could you imagine house music for yourself? Is it something of music to be imagined to those people in the middle of a dance floor or could it have cerebral dimension either? Flady`s 5-track outing emits both tendencies very clearly. Furthermore, the thing I truly like is the artist’s eagerness to push it forward effortlessly, for now and then the beats are elegantly unkempt with regard to the frequencies of the album (at Fake Crawl) therefore adding a refreshing, even transgressive dimension to the whole. Mostly it is deep house music, I can think of Chrinonex Fleckeri as being a perfect accompaniment to fall asleep eventually while you are reading a book. On the other hand, the artist exploits frequently uncanny vocal samples and other kind of outtakes to disorient the listener. Most remarkably it has been drawn out at Counter Old Sky, and because of that it is a decent foray of the course. Another exception is Feel or Pig or Pigs, which contains a mind-blowing brass hook though in the beginning of the composition the observant listener could perceive krautrock and post-punk influences either (all is logical, isn’t?). In a nutshell, it is a charming dance and listening session in the night zone. Especially I recommend a listening today while you are boycotting the inferior Eurovision “song” contest. The issue is a part of the discography of the Japanese imprint Bunkai-Kei.                  
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