Sunday, August 6, 2017

Lezet – Intimate (2017)

  • Electronic music 
  • Improvised music 
  • Alternative
  • Primitive music

Comment: I am quite stricken of how and at which degree Igor Jovanovic decided to change his mind and path in comparison to his previous outing Aether (2016, Kermesse). He abandoned his way of previously walking along modern classical, drone, chamber music pieces to recently provide something which can be described as if slow burning in improvised music on a helium-filled keyboard which sounds due to relentless tooting quite similarly to a treated bagpipe. It seems to be so primitive and gawky it will make fun to a listener. Is it the music of the free jazz musician who lost the gravity? May it be way too intimate being only understandable to the composer only? The only exception in the row of short-running compositions is Teeth wherein one can hear remarkably cranked-up sound yet the formula is analogous. This 7-notch outing is a bit in the discography of Etched Traumas.
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