Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Qoreader – Seventhouses (2014)



  • Electronic dance music 
  • Electro pop 
  • Techno pop 
  • Rave music 
  • House pop 
  • Post-disco 
  • Folktronica


Comment: undoubtedly The Indonesian Qoreader`s 10-notch is an amusing one to listen to. However, by listening to it this arises some questions in me – how should it be tagged? Is it either rave pop or electronic dance music; is it either electro pop or post-disco? Of course, the latest definition and electronic dance music are ambivalent ones by their nature – as much as I have understood the term ”electronic dance music” is related to certain artists all over the world. “Post-disco” is a kind of electronic music being emerged after the explosion of disco music, which does say a little concrete about the real status of things. I guess Qoreader does have dug up some elements from the aforementioned styles, of which borders are so hazy and will be blurred with any next month going by. More in detail, it involves catchy rhythms, superficial yet frequently mind-blowing melodic patterns (for instance, at UptoHigh) and sampled vocal interference (aggressive female sayings surprisingly). There are up even some mocking elements interwoven into the sonic text in one track – “are you ready?” What the fuck does it mean? The Red Veil can be considered the exception of the whole because of being built up on a folk and electronic music mingled pace. The artist himself says that techno music is his root and dark ambient is his influence. To proof this statement or not you must spend some time with these 28 minutes. The issue was self-released through Mediafire two years ago. I like it. I like it very much.  
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