chapter 15.2. – tantalizing bonfire
hello. we shall continue with our weekly routine, already chapter 15.2., and yet still we’re not even close to the verge, the dead-end, call it whatever u want. with all the tragedies that are happenin’ right now, we would like to show the other side of coin, where beauty, serenity and love exists & not where mayhem, annihilation & nonchalance co-exits, the place of the music. we would like to start immediately with the new chapter, named tantalizing bonfire. so here we goo: (whooosshhh-sounding)
1. Nymbus – Smoulder
we would like to start with a real beauty called ‘smoulder’ by US-based producer nymbus. a beauty, a piece of pulchritude. the track itself starts with a shimmering intro, ur ears will get in contact with a fuse of piano-solos, strings, the crispy subbass, until the terse drop comes in, and with it the passionate smoulder-bassline of smoulder. if u check out his discography, u’ll notice that his tracks did not receive the sufficient amount of plays he truely diserves. and besides that, dude, he puts every single up as a freebie, go fuckin’ get it before it’s too late. followed, supported, posted, thank u.
2. Jacob Riddal – Not This Way Not Today
we go on with bristol-based singer-songwriter jacob riddal. ‘not this way not today’ was released as a part of a two-part extended play, which u can fetch via the download link on soundcloud. the track itself is (bless god) yet another type of music, music that nowadays dont get so much attention if u compare with the attention that electronic dance music gets. ‘not this way not today’ is fuse of riddal’s guitar and his voice. the beginnin’, the break-down, the bassline, so tantalisizin’, so mesmerizin’, yet so simple. simple, it doesnt have to provide a negative meaning, for us the simplicity always beats the complexity. u dont have to make things complex, if only an instrument and ur voice is sufficient to create a true piece of art. supported, posted, we’re lookin’ forward to hear from u more, jacob.
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3. Caitlin Blake – Pristina
the next track popped off out of the nowhere on our stream, (bless god) it happened. ‘pristina’ is a futuristic creation of serenity & jauntiness. well who is the creator of that piece? he/she names himself/herself caitlin blake (please let us know if u receive our message, so that we can fix it, caitlin), comin’ straight from new zealand. the song is part of an extended play also named like the artist ‘caitlin blake ep’. the concept of mergin’ ambient music with hindi-acapella-chops is not really a new thing, albeit this here shows u how it should be done. genre? dude, do u really need a genre to classify good music? call it simply music, that’s already ok. tracks such as ‘pristina’ are available as a freebie, go catch it, before the dragonite vanishes from the fight. supported, posted, thank u.
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4. Aether – Departure
‘departure’ from glenrothes-based aether was released as a part of the prologue extended play on his own bandcamp. aether also named jason taylor is not really an unknown artist. (well unknown for those, who might not like that kind of music, or do not accept it as their own tru shit), already worked with elliot berger or kasbo & still evolvin’ as an artist, he truely deserves the attention for all of his productions. ‘departure’ is futuristic song to think about the meaning of life, love, karma, & so on. the ambient atmos amend ur fidgety manner into a calm one, so that u can go one deeper. this is not a song to dance to, only to chill and think about the past, the future, the altercations, the hush, and so on and on.
5. Kid Smpl – Haven Dialect
we finish up this chapter with a bomb. a fuckin bomb. oh my god, what the hell did we find. the track itself starts with a combination of bass with the eerily and yet unintelligible vox that is tellin’ u something. to quote one soundcloud user: ‘it’s like pressing burial into a meat grinder’ – which he saw as a compliment’, and indeed, this track is astonishin’. the creator, well we’re so sorry, if dont know him, but we would like to briefly introduce him: kid smpl, a producer, a prodigy straight from seattle. kid smpl, the rbma-alumni, popped already off the pile of unknown geniuses right exactly two years ago. by releasin’ eternal bootlegs from well-known artists such as rihanna, fka twigs, the weeknd, he truely does not need to hide himself from the public. ‘haven dialect’ was released on LA-based electronic label ‘symbols’ also as a freebie. immediately supported.
we talked enough, do us a favor, & check out this dudes. bla bla bla. bye.
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the end of the tale, but not of this book.