Monday, December 4, 2017

Ayankoko – Dreaxine (2009)

  • Rhythmic noise 
  • Power electronics 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Leftfield 
  • Electronic music 
  • Drone
  • Noise

Comment: this handful of tracks is intermittently advanced and retreated by the attacks of rhythmic noise, and bouts of more restraint appearances. Dynamically it creates the sense of moving further, from one detail to a different one. In the music history, it is a classic narrative to showcase the clash between noise, and silence. Within the whole the listener may perceive music as multiply shattered and crushed but the aforementioned wrestling gives it coherence and constructive tension. Pulsating signals being accompanied by convulsive glitches and cut-ups are the counterparts of one's heartbeats though as such kind of ones impending of an attack of cardiac arrest. Thereafter when all of that aggressive by its nature is succumbed the angels of the rusting are up there to fade away across a silent pathway to the corroded garden of an Eden. The outing is a bit in the discographies of tecnoNucleo, and Ayan Records.
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