Friday, July 28, 2017

N3rgul – Rave Leviathan (2017)



  • Witch house 
  • Hip-hop 
  • Drag house 
  • Electronic music 
  • Trip-hop 
  • Post-industrial 
  • Crossover 
  • Synthwave 
  • Leftfield pop 
  • Urban music 
  • Vaporwave

Comment: such albums as this one the world needs for now and much more in amount. Aside the vaporwave style nowadays music is way too gentle and dodgy being emotionlessly tapped out on cellphone apps of music making and having little blood and life within its veins. Undoubtedly it is predominated by softened values of the generation of contemporary youth of the so-called snowflakes. We need again the generation of heroes to be arrived at. The veins are meant to be the rhythms of it. Approximately 6-8 years ago there was up a style called witch house/drag house getting inspiration from magic realism, coldwave and synthwave, industrial music, but also darkened hip-hop and trip-hop music of such juggernauts as Tricky, and Massive Attack. With chillwave which had been existing approximately at the same time the style makes sense and provides hope. It was the beginning of a new launch. The South Korean artist's 7-track outing conveys the credibility of the aforementioned elements' best parts. Furthermore, one can hear those damned soft values within the mix being craftily integrated with more glowering and provoking elements. By contemporary artists one can hear the influences of Death Grips sometime. It is like an instance of pop music seeping out from the castle of the Count Dracula. The release is a part of the discography of Elegant Elephant.
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