Sunday, May 22, 2016

Geysers - Makemake (2016)

  • Indietronica 
  • Alternative dance 
  • Synth pop 
  • Dream pop 
  • Alternative pop 
  • Indie dance 
  • Indie pop 
  • Art pop 
  • Ambient pop 
  • Indie-soul

Comment: Geysers is the one-man-project of Alexander van der Linden whose 8-track issue is a dreamy indie and electronic blended issue, which probably 15 years ago could have been labelled as a new sort of dance music to be emerged. However, electronic music embraces an important part within the nowadays indie artist's aesthetic therefore understanding of the genre borders has been changed in the middle of music reviewers. The recent issue involves synthesisers only with intriguing yet moody undercurrents (catchy orchestrated swathes and rainbow-coloured carcasses). Furthermore, one track is followed by the other ones without disruptions between them. In a way, one does listen to one very long track as a party set. It is very likeable to enjoy those soulful vocal hovers at top of all of that (for instance, at Borders, and Kaleido Star). Let's dance because of having such a classy issue and because Morrissey is having birthday today (Kevin Shields did have it yesterday). Happy birthday! The issue is a mote of the excellent Netherlands-based imprint 2419 Records. At the moment it's one of the most important issues being released in 2016.
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