Lars From Mars – Life On Mars (2009)

/Experimental electronica, Glitchtronica, Avant-electronica/

Comment: Lars From Mars` music merges a modern approach of electronica with an old, though, vanguard one. At times it sounds like a dada-alike one because of providing heavily manipulated results being thoroughly chopped and cut up or pitched up to a degree of showcasing a sense of humour an even absurd. The soundscape is relatively straightforward and easy to follow – these elements do not clash and splash against one another, however, the whole is quite intense nevertheless. It involves a lot of sonic elements – from the aforementioned cuts and glitched-out noises to compelling bleeps, epic interferences and mutant sonic bits. Obviously for Mars habitants this outlet would be a fine pop album.