Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Tyrone Miller – All These Moments (2005)




  • Synthwave 
  • Alternative 
  • Kosmische Musik 
  • Indietronica 
  • Electronic music 
  • Dreamwave 
  • Shoegazetronica 
  • Drone pop 
  • Post-psychedelic electronica 
  • Neokrautrock

Comment: before reviewing this handful of tracks I had got in mood while listening to The World Won't Listen by the Smiths, an album I bought recently. Musically it might be a different case yet by attitude one can perceive on it this seems to be quite analogous. First of all, it is music for lonely souls to provide an ennobling boost for them. Tyrone Miller's music continues to trudge the vein created by the Manchester legends to be represented in progressing way. It does mean guitars and the drums are traded to synthesisers to create a moody effect for lonely souls. /You are sleeping you don't want to believe/. If you watch the date of the issue you can parse it was released before such styles as chillwave, dreamwave, and glo-fi started to emerge. By listening to it one could step back in time even more far. I guess one might relive the era when some shoegaze inflicted bands started to deviate from their main hazy guitar driven path while searching for new pastels and rhythms (Slowdive, Seefeel, Moonshake, Mark Van Hoen's solo projects). Thirdly, you cannot ignore influences of Kosmische Musik, and Krautrock either. Yet the aforementioned names are just some vague orientations to understand the artist's beatific world of sounds. The result is great and the process of how these layers are organically intermingled with one another to be the source for angelic higher chords and indirectly for one's blissful memories. The issue is a part of the discography of Redstarcommunity. 
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