Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Syndrome WPW – American Gospel: 5 Songs (2017)


  • Electro pop 
  • Alternative dance 
  • Indietronica 
  • Electronic pop 
  • Acid pop 
  • Robot pop 
  • Dub 
  • Comedy

Comment: this notch issue is a fair killer due to a sultry blend of electronic styles and an incisive touch of acidic beats and spaced-out debris and poignant humour. Could it be ever the best American gospel? I guess it could be though it is not the kind of American gospel in the usual sense of this word. It is not related to churches, black Americans, and high-spirited music. Stop! Wait! Yet it is high-spirited, it also involves some dub(step) and suggestive reggae vibes all of that tightly revolving around the slightly veiled melodic progression. In fact, it is all about Heartwork, the central track within the album. It is a great success and deserves to have a chart place in an ideal world. Aces High, and I'm Alive are obviously more humour riveted progressions chiming as if reflections from the head of a creative schizophrenic being previously exposed to cheesy balladry, cloying gay pop, mawkish eurobeat. All the aforementioned facets are absorbed in his deranged, acidic, and a bit aggressive mind. Where is a fifth song, in truth? The issue is a part of the discography of Lausanne, Swiss imprinte Midinette Records.
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