Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Ego Dome – Neurocentric EP (2019)

  • Acid jazz 
  • Nu jazz 
  • Breaks 
  • Trip-hop 
  • Hip-hop 
  • Sampledelic 
  • Urban music
  • Chilltronica 
  • Folktronica 
  • Electronic music 
  • Mood music 

Comment: by listening to this 11-track outing by Ego Dome on Dusted Wax Kingdom I started thinking of the effect of postmodernism as a contemporary phenomenon. That everything used to be appearing in one, and vice versa if to express it roughly. On the other side, if to follow a philosophical principle that something to be established first of all must have borders, without the limits there will exist nothing. Its multiple nature is strength and weakness on the same coin. Music may be a phenomenon which is partly above and beyond the aforementioned contradiction and/or obstruction. More profoundly, what are the characteristics of a very solid album today? Given that many contemporary albums provide strong impressions during first listening times, however, later their impact will fade away. By listening to this New Hampshire, US-based artist I can hear piano ballads, folktronic developments, suggestive scratches, velvety ambient plateaus, chilled-out and trip-hop mixed spans, acid/nu jazz-inflected chopped rhythms and calm cool jazz-esque woodwind instrumentals. However, we need another criterion to separate the chaff from the grains of wheat. This can only be synergistic power which is going to sustain a thrill for further listening times as well. I feel the issue is going to realise that goal.
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