Sunday, March 19, 2017

DMH – New Blood For All (2015)



  • Ambient noise 
  • Avant-garde 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Epic 
  • Leftfield 
  • Shoegaze 
  • Post-industrial 
  • Ambient rock

Comment: if somebody does know or suspect how I used to choose albums for my blog than it will happen truly randomly. I have no methodology to choose from within the bunch of releases waiting to be commented. Last albums I have reviewed I have used the terms “avant-garde”, “experimentalism”, “leftfield”, “post-industrial” steadfastly for them. It is quite annoying to speak these words from one review to another but in the world of the web albums these seem to be prevalent labels. It is just to mention it for the sake of truth. In fact, the net label-based world is a perfect world having no main drive and intention toward money and revealing a human being`s intention to set himself/herself free and experiment with sounds in his/her free, natural state. This 3-notch issue starts off with bass frequencies to progress into a resonant span of wobbly electronic effects to progress into the main narrative – into a massively resonant noise template which at the time also striving to more higher, even majestic perspectives in format and concept. More masculine elements used to vary with feminine sonic aspects, from more powerful investigations to more light developments. At the beginning at Demo 18 one can hear the inclination toward atmospheric guitar/shoegaze world. It can be concluded it will ultimately establish a decent whole for pleasure of all of us because of not employing oppressive (harsh) noises to kill other aesthetical seeds and twigs around it. The issue is a solid bit in the roster of Tape Safe.
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