Thursday, September 11, 2014

EDASI – Orphaned Demons Follow Your Destiny (2014)

  • Black noise
  • Avant-garde
  • Psycho-acoustic
  • Crust punk
  • Blackgaze
  • Experimentalism
  • Improvised music
  • Non-music
Comment: when I was a little boy while lying in bed I was a little bit frightened by trying to listen to buzzing frequencies behind the silence and dreaming up ghouls coming out of the wall. This 11-track issue by Mihkel Kleis aka Ratkiller aka EDASI recalls me a little bit these early days in my life. Although his music can be considered an exemplar of black noise the album incorporates elements from disparate genres. Fairly sympathetic are those barely audible but effectively resulting sampled particles, occult speech and burked screams-ritual evocations and pulsating synth repetitions among tight layering. Kleis also used to recruit quite uncommon sounds in the context of such kind of music – for instance, melodica-driven explorations in one composition. An important part of the issue is the relation between insistent, besotted noise walls and elements coming out of it. Moreover, it is all about of how a sonic particle or snippet is contingent on the total amount of these particles, and conversely. The final track Outro and partially Intro are more concretely influenced by My Bloody Valentine`s beatific noise aesthetics. Call it architectural approach to create black noise music. In a word, it will take care of your soul.  

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