Saturday, May 19, 2018

Josh McClure – Z-Mon EP (2017)




  • Shoegaze 
  • Hip-hop 
  • Avant-hop 
  • Experimental hip-hop 
  • Leftfield 
  • Crossover 
  • Electronic 
  • Indietronica

Comment: this bunch of 3 tracks is a fascinating and at the same time frenetic blend of shaggy yet imposing hip-hop rhythms, shoegaze-y guitar-led horizons and spaced-out sonic effects. You can perceive synergistic halo rings coming out from these enchanting noises, massive reverberations and blazing electronic trickery. Of course, I would call it indie music at any time but given that many decayed and conformist music groups are called with the same term and having no joint point with the topic of the recent issue so it would be misleading to do it. On the other side, it is much more worth than an average hip-hop issue. It can be concluded it is great to dwell nowhere or at least somewhere in a mediate position (yet it is not a bare derivative release) and having a more sophisticated and uncompromising spot upon this life. Let's call it an example of beautiful noise though making noise music is not the purpose of the artist. By kindred souls I would compare it to the likes of Seefeel, Dälek, Death Grips yet the comparison regards more the attitude of the combos than their sonic examples. The outstanding outing is a bit in the discography of Tape Safe.
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