Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Mmöner – Training Saga (2017)

  • Electronic music 
  • Fantasy music 
  • Mood music 
  • Alternative 
  • Primitive music 
  • Avant-garde

Comment: the mystical creature named Mmöner is back with his/her sophomore outing called Training Saga. The artist describes it as old stuff about training skills. Because of that it can be admitted ideologically he/she has stepped out of the forest theme (Forest Eruption, 2016) to put the finger into a sport/training theme. Instead of glorifying and mystifying the forest as our very genuine home the new subject is remarkably more human-related and mundane, even dealing with obvious banalities (though I guess it is imbued with a tongue-in-cheek attitude). Yet musically the difference does not make sense because sonically the outings are tightly correlated. Continually you can visualise and thereby think off a kernel of sounds getting inspiration from the fantasy music soundtracks which in turn are mingled with primitive electronic developments and childish rhythmic patterns which eventually will result in the somehow hyper realistic flow of peaky, exalting, saturated chords. As if the set of three tracks being overloaded with a torrent of serotonin and being warped by the fairy-tales surfacing deep from your subconsciousness you had heard that in your childhood. Even if it's formal appearance is to be moody it's deeper intention is to enter into into the listener's brain and provide an immensely complex experience. Fir sure, it is an uncanny listening session at the recent times.
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