Loose Link And Option Command + Friends – Karramantha (2011

  • Chopped and screwed
  • Hip-hop
  • Rhythmic noise
  • Cloud rap
  • Avant-hop
  • Noise
  • Ambient
  • Experimentalism
  • Remixes
  • Experimental electronica
  • Leftfield
  • Vaporwave

Comment: by listening to this huge 19-track issue (the total length reaches 90 minutes) it arouses different moods and attitudes inside one`s soul. Its rhythmic structures are thoroughly angular and imbued with noisy bits thereby at times chiming like an example of pop music for robot and human being crossed creatures on Earth in the future. On the other side, those rhythms are quite obsessive ones on its own on account of wobbling vibes based on microscopic short-running samples and iterative sonic effects. Frequently the music chimes like a stoned example of being channelized through slow-motion lenses and broken maze-alike wire systems. If to listen to such track as Karramantha (Clockwork Keyboard Remix 2) it could be considered an inverted and skewed hip-hop piece by exploiting nowadays technical support to deform the structure of the issue. Although the artist`s remix makers do exploit deconstruction as a negative approach on its own (because of not creating something new by itself) it results truly impressively though. The music industry will be dead sometime and Bandcamp will have been dominating in the future and such sort of music will be one of the cornerstones of the fabulous platform of combining both commercial tendencies and free music world. In a word, it is an ingenious outing because of brazing poppy and cutting-edge elements into the organic whole eventually. It was an avant-garde one 4 years ago and it is still on. It had been issued under gorgeous imprint Sirona-Records headed by Arnaud Barbe aka Pollux.