Thursday, September 13, 2018

Ryonkt – Sea (2007)

  • Drone 
  • Abstract 
  • Minimalism 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Ambient 
  • Epic 
  • Electronic music 
  • Ambient drone

Comment: Ryonkt is a Sapporo, Japan-based Ryo Nakata born in 1984. He is being known due to his tenures to such imprints as Audiotalaia, Resting Bell, Dog Eared Records, Hibernate, Noise-Joy, Smallfish, Experimedia and some other ones. I have recently listened to some shows having spot on contemporaneous alternative pop/rock/indie/electronic music but I have to admit most of it chimes like listening to infantile poppy nonsense because it is so dull, sterile, predictable and hollow. By employing technological richness without spawned with poignant ideas. Ryonkt`s Sea sounds like a weirdly flourishing symphony, serious music if to juxtapose it with aforementioned ones. The one and only genuine stuff comes mostly through Bandcamp, web-labels, and underground labels today. Nuff said, however. I am not wondering anymore why the sales under the gigantic imprints drop down and at Bandcamp it will be rising up. These 928 seconds are indeed a contemporary counterpart of symphonic music through those descending and epically ascending droning oscillations which at times become freezing at one point like a refined reflection of still life. Doubly refined. In classical sense, it is tuneless yet there are somehow magnetising elements or inner synergy between sonic particles of the drone to conjure up a similarly overcoming and uplifting feeling. The mesmerising issue is a part of the discography of Noise-Joy.
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