Thursday, May 26, 2016

Schemawound – Heart Removal Kit (2016)



  • Experimental electro 
  • Post-industrial 
  • Electronic music 
  • Industrial techno 
  • Ambient


Comment: Ghosts are appearing…ghosts are…ghosts… . The ghosts are powerful phenomena who might exist, or maybe not. Jonathan Siemasko aka Schemawound`s 10-track issue does contain enough surge to do it. First of all, all those electronic build-ups may resemble dance-appealed music but the impression is feint. I can feel it is an instance of post-industrial music by its nature because the core of it consists of darker edges, which emit appealing black matter and ominous vibes and other exquisite relationships between the elaborated sonic parts. Of course, the release consists of diverse rhythms but the intention of those cadences is not to arouse one’s bodily/sexual sensations. The rhythms are profound enough to be somewhat obscure while hiding other layers inside themselves. Even if it happens to be the imagination of mine it is imbued with multivalent shades, which do need many listening times before to get deciphered. For instance, The Wasps In The Walls might remind of an early Einstürzende Neubauten where the mechanical aesthetic intention is united to physiochemical cerebral vibes. On the other hand, at A Resurrection Letter one could hear electro-house patterns, which purpose, with regard to the context, is obviously to confuse one’s opinion about the issue. All in all, the outing makes sense enough because of being sophisticated and thoroughly set out.          
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