Tuesday, August 15, 2017

TÜNEL – Climb (2012)



  • Noise rock 
  • Electronic music 
  • Alternative 
  • Musique concrète
  • Improvised music 
  • Field recording 
  • Experimental electronica 
  • Leftfield 
  • Art music 
  • Conceptual

Comment: let's go back in time for about five years when a duo called TÜNEL recorded an imaginary soundtrack for mountaineering and possible disastrous events tightly related to it. These seven tracks constitute a terrain where different influences and genres meet one another. Furthermore, it is a mind-provoking storytelling based on sounds which starts off with sprightly children shouting and then progressing into different kinds of electronic music and surprisingly into a noisy rock binge played flat out. It can be asserted it is the frenetic follow-up of disparate chapters full of loads of turns and dodges, exciting interfaces to connect and superimpose different parts on each other and imaginative buildups to show up this kinda audiobook as vivid and magical. Mostly its structure seems to be preset and determined yet at times the duo indulges in having more loose and elemental spans to be added to the mix. You can feel prodigious inner power and impulse oozing from different slots and pits which is not surprising because the intention and goal is to depict the mountainous, threatening landscape up to the listener. This astounding outing is a part of the discography of the Italy-based record label Nostress.
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