Sunday, April 2, 2017

Ollie Cram – Firm (2016)




  • Electronic pop 
  • Alternative pop 
  • Synth pop 
  • Electro-indie 
  • Poptronica 
  • Indietronica 
  • Mood music 
  • Chilltronica

Comment: this instrumental set of 3 tracks while clocking in at a 10 minute used to provide a considerable appeal where one can hear sweet-natured synthesised developments being backed up by stomping mid-tempo cadences. The favourite of mine are Lena`s Flag, and Rust where the listener can partake in catchy indie-influenced harmonic gears, glaring timbres, and ebullient rhythmic shuffles (alternatively, one could call it kraut-electro). At Rust those synthesised improvisations are impressive enough to be denoted separately. However, Huh is a solid track by any means as well though paving its way with a more laid-back attitude and a tranquil mood because of being subjugated to a controlled rhythmic algorithm. All the elements are seamlessly linked with one another and thereof consisting of a welcome whole. However, the aforementioned moody difference between the tracks is slight. This positive issue by the experienced Bristol, UK-based artist (being active since the first half of the 00s) is a bit in the discography of Bump Foot.
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