Monday, January 15, 2018

Niku Senpuki – Blah Blah Mimicry (2017)

  • Experimental electronica 
  • Illbient 
  • Drone 
  • Post-industrial 
  • Avant-electronica 
  • Leftfield 
  • Krautrock
  • Dark ambient 
  • Abstract 
  • Improvised music 
  • Ambient drone

Comment: oh yeah, I was listening to it while cutting out the old tapestry from my living room. Believe me, I could but a little remind from it. First of all, it is the kind of glass bead electronic music and on the other side, the last track Bruitful involves the kind of (post-)metal and post-rock mixed music in the ending part. Yet it does not mean it is rubbish even though the artist Fabian Otto says it an over-orchestrated nonsense. It can be said an over-orchestrated post-industrial quest may be a gem in terms of pop music. For sure, while focusing on it you can discover a profound well of intriguing sounds and intricate schemes which used to sway from one bewildering angle to another, used to move from one mind-provoking edge to another, used to trudge through gravitation-free and gravitation-heavy terrains. Given that I am in a quandary to suggest is it either determined sort of music or improvised stuff. As you can see above Fabian Otto has got managed to set it up being tightly located around the axis of post-industrial and its adjacent styles like illbient, drone, abstract electronic music. At Nomad Filet one may say it is the kind of beautiful music. Indeed, I feel an uncanny beauty at its core and at its flanks. And Soma Salad is the dance track of the issue. Furthermore, I can feel within it a tribute to be paid off to Faust, a krautrock juggernaut. I am here to fully praise that full-fledged effort. That makes fairly sense. And it may be not the best idea to listening to it while scratching the walls of your apartment.  
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