Thursday, September 7, 2017

Hanetration – Gavia EP (2017)

  • Avant-garde 
  • Electronic music 
  • Post-industrial 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Improvised music 
  • Experimental electronica 
  • Celtic music 
  • World music

Comment: Gavia EP is Cornwall-based Hanetration`s ninth outing (all the releases are issued as EPs) and clearly having either no pop ambition or any wish to provide something more clear-cut the UK-based artist continues to develop its profound and interesting soundscape while having clear connotations with the previous issues. It might be the relation is even stronger due to stark experimental approach through dizzying sonic effects and murky electronic scaffolds. In any cases you can find out some new elements from the brand new one of four compositions (for instance, drowsy yet suggestive bagpipe improvisations, “merry” piano chords and exhausted synthesised progressions) yet the whole effect coming out from it seems to be seamless and energizing. One can ask for Zorile of being either Celtic music or not. It is all but lengthy and boring – just 19 minutes in total. In a word, it is still an instance of post-industrial music yet it is going to add more playful and even joyful elements with the every next outing. Yet this merriness may kill an average man who thinks of it as an innocent companion with beer and superficial attitude. Staggering stuff.
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