Friday, August 11, 2017

Nasienie – Chasing The Fog (2011)

  • Ambient 
  • Microsound 
  • Minimalism 
  • Electronic music 
  • Microtonal
  • Ambient rock 
  • Soundscape 
  • Alternative

Comment: this set of 6 tracks (clocking in at a 28 minute) is viable to be listened to while you feel yourself sad for some bitter events, for instance, if you remind of your broken affairs though it is hard to figure out is it either the effect of it or a very arousing reason for doing it. While feeling an intense painful sense coming inexplicably out from very deep of your heart. On the other side, while driving across the foggy and very snowy highway you could see even more details in comparison to a usual cloudless day because you have to be more concentrated and you are tightly surrounded by a milky ambience to catch sight of other kind of details. Or you can experience the same feeling when you are driving the bus and your head is leaned against the window and watching drops running sinuously and at different speeds from top of the window. There are represented some audible characteristics which chime on their own and on the other side do interact seamlessly with one another. The aforementioned whitened sublime progressions include some reverberant sounds, some more light-hearted, clearly perceived as more crude, directly played and untreated, synthesiser played interludes (for instance, Microsound). For instance, the track called Undertone sounds almost in a psychedelic way. The following composition Mute Witness changes the path of the course (back again) to thriving into something thoroughly thoughtful and beatifically frost-bound and charmingly immobile as if an audible example of an aporia by Zenon about moving and staying still (the second part of the track evokes your soul to crawl). At the finishing 21 experimental rock tendencies stepwise begin to emerge and swim and lazily produce sonic waves of different shapes and range. The fascinating outing is a part of the discography of Webbed Hand.
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