Sunday, November 12, 2017

The Peach Tree – The Peach Tree (2010)

  • Synthwave 
  • Goth synth 
  • Alternative rock 
  • Industrial rock 
  • Electro rock 
  • Synth-rock 
  • Electronic music 
  • World fusion 
  • Hard rock 
  • Singer-songwriter 
  • Dark wave

Comment: The Peach Tree is the solo project of Angus Maiden whose is being known as a Melbourne, Australian maverick in sonic creation. An indie man with more heavy leanings in aesthetic preferences. Throughout the course of 12 tracks the listener can perceive this stylistically wobbling enterprise based mostly on the industrial rock template. In a word, boxy guitars and set-up machine rhythms are intertwined with electronic layers and loaded boats of electrified energy. Yet his grip is remarkably broader due to dodges into murky dungeon synthesiser realm and fragmented and convulsive world music (a fascinating composition called Ganesh) and also riff-based hard rock at Blind. Furthermore, On A River is a profound insight into a beatific moment while spending your time being far away from the civilization and being affected by the natural elements as one's genuine brothers only. Place Of Out is a drift between the aforementioned dungeon industrial progressions and muffled storytelling. Just an acoustic guitar and one phrase singing are up there as a way to partake in meditation being backed up by an atmospheric synthesised layer. In a word, it is a solid glimpse into Angus Maiden's versatile world. It will take you by surprise even if you are listening to it a third or fourth time in a row. It unveils many sonic surprises followed by other ones and ultimately you can perceive the fine balance between the technical and moody side. That's all what we need from a decent music outing.
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