Monday, July 30, 2018

Maxim Trianov – A Chance To Remember (2014)

  • Improvised music 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Avant-rock 
  • Electronic music
  • Guitar ambient 
  • Post-rock 
  • Experimental electronica 
  • Crossover 
  • Electro-acoustic

Comment: Maxim Trianov is a musician from Kharkov, Ukraine whose 7-track issue (clocking in at a 48-minute) is predominantly an immersive thought through electric and acoustic guitars and electronics induced effects. Undoubtedly the main heaviness is set up by the guitars in different forms – at times it is set out as organic, subsequent progressions through the chords, at times it involves more incisive interruptions based on effects unit and effect control devices. As if getting obsessively into the essence of a sonic minutia to be explored. At times there are set up a dialogue between the guitars and a lurking atmosphere as if lashing the ghosts around and inside him. Electronic music is foremost set forth at The Morning After which is a platform to meld together glitched-out electronica and slamming electronic beats with broad progressive rock sweeps. The finishing track Outro is the electro-acoustic example. What I should say – imagine Slash were partly abandoned his rock star ambitions to play guitars in a more experimental mode. Of course I do not complain at all – Slash is a great guitar hero, and this case is an album of Maxim Trianov, who is also a great artist. This mind-provoking issue is a part of the discography of Nexsound, a Ukraine-based experimental imprint.
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