Sunday, February 4, 2018

Seppuku – Permanent Real Delicate (2011)

  • New Wave 
  • Post-punk 
  • Synth-rock 
  • Alternative rock 
  • Indie rock 
  • Synth-pop 
  • Dreamwave 
  • Alternative 
  • Space pop 
  • Kosmische Musik 
  • Dance rock 
  • Art punk 
  • Acid rock

Comment: it is tremendous honour to be back at the discography of Dracula Horse, the American imprint of being closely related to Coolrunnings, a combo that had produced a bunch of outstanding contemporary psychedelic issues. However, Seppuku's 6-track issue of being embedded in a 16-minute is as great as well. It starts off with an abrasive electronic/synth-punk/new wave rant to stepwise evolve into more psychedelic and spacious appearances at will. The artist is dripping with dreamy guitars and dream-drenched synthesisers which used to have more in common with such space explorers as M Geddes Gengras, Oneothrix Point Never, Steve Hauschildt, Leyland Kirby rather than with die-hard post-punk ensembles. First and foremost, I am talking about composition called Ravine. And of course, all of that effortless aplomb leads eventually to remembering Tangerine Dream. In a word, that's an explosive yet bewildering miscellany of dance-appealed guitar chords, and reverie-induced keyboards, and suggestive propulsions. Top quality by any means.
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