Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Rob Steady – Ask No Lies (2005)



  • Glitchtronica 
  • Folktronica 
  • Alternative pop 
  • Indie-hop 
  • Art pop 
  • Electro pop 
  • Primitronica 
  • Sampledelic 
  • Hip-hop 
  • Crossover 
  • Urban music 
  • Acid 
  • Chiptune 
  • Glitch electro

Comment: I guess the first listening time of this outing may be quite confusing because it is problematic to embrace the nature of the issue. It starts off from nothing as if arduously popping out from glitched-out chords and shrill frequencies and electronic clockwork mechanisms. All is pitched up, all is compressed to a higher sonic range. All seems to be destructed and messed up to create a new foundation for something quite off-kilter and special. At times one can recognise it to be a hectic mix of folk and hip-hop and electronic effects and at a time it will be traded for chiptune-ish bleeps and rusty electro appearances or crawling old school industrial-tinged nihilistic rhythms or unexpected samples to come in and then leave the place as quickly, for example. However, by starting the second round of its listening all seems to be clearly otherwise - the initial words of mine seems to be ridiculous and false (at least partly) because the consciousness of mine has changed throughout the course. Describe no lies. I do not know is it either about a primitive approach or very incisive sophisticated platform. Or these statements are adeptly intermingled with one another. By listening to the issue one will walk the puzzle off. However, you are lifted up from a micro level to the macro level. One is sure – it is an accomplished outing. Get it into your cerebral spheres. The issue is a part of the discography of 12rec. . 
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