Wednesday, October 5, 2016

These Guy – Human Language (2014)

  • Dubstep 
  • Folk indie 
  • Experimental pop 
  • Alternative rock 
  • Indie rock 
  • Free folk 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Folk indie 
  • New Weird Australia 
  • Weird folk 
  • Indie folk 
  • Chilltronica 
  • Indietronica 
  • Dream pop 
  • Epic

Comment: this Brisbane, Australia-based sophisticated issue is an instance of contemporary indie music though 10 years ago it would have been named either as experimental electronica or avant-whatever. However, it does not mean that such categorizations would be wrong. The point is all around us has changed remarkably due to such artists as Tortoise, Radiohead, Stereolab, Animal Collective, Beirut, Ariel Pink, and Panda Bear who have brought many vanguard ideas to the surface to poison the mainstream indie music. Indeed, it must have been a human language because otherwise there would have been no hope at all. In other cases, we would have been drowned in highly decayed music being denoted with the meaningless alternative pop/rock definition. More profoundly, at I Wanna Understand the artist mixes up dubstep frequencies with chill-out jazz jitters. Weird Weather is more about an exalting indie folk/rock number. This bundle of 5 tracks starts off with a broken-down, shrill, warped melody in the self-titled track and in this way coming to the next track Street Noise which is an exquisite, dreamy folk and indie pop mixed appearance with epic peaks. The following composition You Know Who also proves the fact the artist is very expert at composing sublime progressions which used to overwhelm your senses and heart. The result is a self-assured, accomplished issue with beatific climactic points in melodies, harmonies and compositions in overall. The outing is a part of the discography ofan excellent Australian label Wood And Wire.
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