chapter 16.1. – chocolate popsicle.
hi. we’re here with the next chapter, with an obviously expendable title ‘chocolate popsicle’. maybe ure goin’ to ask urself: oh it’s the time of lackin’ creativity. maybe ure not goin’ to read this post, lest u prefer to talk with ur booger, well, we dont give a fuck. sooo…. the next chapter is goin’ to be better than the last one, no promises. there is no better, no worse, there is just the good, not the worse stuff. sooo, we keep the intro short, and go directly to chapter 16.1.:
1. Matthias Zimmermann – Shaquana
we start with shaquana, a track made by german producer matthias zimmermann. the track itself was recently released as part of the fourth compilation of french-based label sound pellegrino. the name of the comp: melodic mechanisms. for those who never heard about that label, it’s the shit (to say it bluntly), the ish, the thing.
u dont have to share with us the same opinion but rn, the three best labels, which release the best (dont call it underground, because it gained already some attention) experimental music, are: terrorhythm, atomnation & sound pellegrino. shout out to these.
back again to zimmermann. he does not need an endlessly description: a german prodigy, which produces electronic music, with influences of hip hop, trap, techno, minimal, detroit techno, & so on. ‘shaquana’ (albeit this piece here is just a snippet to tease u completely) shows us the musical ability and versatility that zimmermann has mastered and yet taken it to another level release by release. (warning do not play it too often, u probably would get a tinnitus).
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2. Katuchat – Pastel (Feat. Rusty Hook)
we go on with ‘pastel’ by (french?) producer katuchat feat. rusty hook. the track was released as part of his ‘lonely cloud’ extended play, and yes, it’s a stunner. whether we’re talkin’ about that eerie laugh of the child, re-sampled, and put it into the song to amend the athmos, or the bells, or the bassline, that create a mixture of perfection & unity. a sanctuary for music lovers. to talk about more of the extended play, u can fetch a copy on the bandcamp page of paris-based moose records. either as a freebie or if u want to donate something (which we recommend) to the label and the artist, feel free to do it. u’re not goin’ to regret it. besides shout out to rusty hook to work with this man. supported, posted, thank u.
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3. Feverkin – Sinking (Feat. Nori)
‘sinking’ is track by atlanta-based producer feverkin (includin’ with the uncanny-and-yet-significant voice of nori). ‘sinking’, yes, u probably should press play, and let the track absorb u, u should sink in, to feel it. the track structure: a fuse of ambient bass music, with elements of the piano, the violin-solo, the crispy drums-snares, & of course nori’s voice. feverkin did something magical, or lets put an ‘again’ after magical. by checkin’ out his soundcloud u can see the true potential one human mind can have, just give him a pen and he writes u a poem, so beautiful, u were probably not aware of. here, the sentence should probably be like: give him a computer, some instruments, and he creates the real piece of pulchritude. instantly supported, posted, loved, thank u.
4. Spinee – Pretty Green
we go on with spinee. track name: ‘pretty green’. the track name does not give u a single clue, what u probably goin’ to hear. that’s for sure. spinee, a london-based producer, did release her extended play (same title btw) on pc music, a label, that stands (let’s say) for fun music. artists, such as sophie, dj detweiler (u probably should check his remix he did for spinees ep) are part of the pc music crew. ‘pretty green’, well how should u describe it, makes u happy. whether u had a shite day, or night whatever, just simply do us a favor, and ur boy or girlfriend, listen to that track. to talk about the track structure: it’s like post-big room-progressive house merger with future bass elements, that sounds first a little bit dissappointin’, but honestly it isnt. a fun song, there is no one that does not like fun songs. supported, loved, posted.
5. Duplex Wave – highr
last stop, ‘highr’ (higher-haighr) by duplex wave. the track starts with a melo-composition of synths, claps, filthy drums, an eerie acapella tellin’ u something u probably will not fully understand. the tempo is set at one-houndred-twenty-five, so it’s not really easy for these genre-nazis to put a specific genre to that track. call it music, isnt that sufficient for u? christian aka duplex wave is an aspiring producer straight from the states, from bakerfield, california. with the early support from channels such as trap-and-bass, chill.edm (we hope that’s the right name?), correction it was keep-deep-edm, duplex wave entered the stage with strong productions such as highr, or vice. we’re pretty sure to hear more from him in the future. meanwhile we support this piece here, and we’re stocked to check out more.
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seems like we talked enough for this episode. feel free to insult afterwards the politicians, media, ur neighbours, ex-gf, whoever might that be. besides, go check these artists. they’re worth to sacrifice ur leisure or even ur most important ‘workin’ time’. ok bye.
the end of the tale, but not of this book.