Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Tatira – Fire Everlasting (2018)




  • Electronic music 
  • Alternative 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Synth-pop 
  • Drone 
  • Dark ambient

Comment: undoubtedly Tatira's 12-track issue is a solid resistance against the established pop music even if borrowing elements from within it. It is kind of playful resilience full of different abysses and jolly tricks. To get out of this established circle, a sort of determined machine, the only way is to subvert the well-known, paved clichès. Of course, the other way is to produce the sort of music consisting of unusual, uncommon sounds and strange structures yet such sort of music would be standing alone. The better way could be just partly hijacking the acknowledged elements to build up a new structure. In fact, such artists as People Like Us, Ergo Phizmiz, and Cassetteboy have proved that quirky manner used to work. More profoundly, at Fire Everlasting you can hear exaggerated rhythmic structures and overgrown synthesised aesthetics and a lot of monkey-shines in overall and additionally there are up some noise built dodges and drone-y glimpses to even doom rock/metal and flourishing murky ambient appearances. It is a frantic drift between rational, and irrational tendencies due to which the history of human race would have been progressing. The mind-provoking outing is a part of the discography of Inam Records.
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