“Experimental” (Used 1242 times)
BeastRobot on 11/19/2015 at 07:32PM
♫ Artist: U Can Unlearn Guitar
♫ Track: The fireflies
♫ Album: An Allegorical Breakdance For The Year 4586
♫ Genre: Experimental, Singer-Songwriter
elementperspective on 10/01/2015 at 11:49PM
[ EPV_178 ] Instant EP+ / Junya Nishimura - free download (w/Bonus track)
■ Bonus track
20 min Piano Improvisation @ sitting room
※No field recording (There is neighborhood noise}
■ Bonus item
wallpaper (iPhone6, iMac, Macbook pro)
All tracks by Junya Nishimura
Artwork by ono & Junya Nishimura
BeastRobot on 09/08/2015 at 09:57AM
sardanpavlov on 06/12/2015 at 11:56PM
Finished catching up with the Power Moves imprint in Toronto today - as of now their entire back catalog is uploaded, including label proprietor Kevin Cahill's latest as Running Point, and a more gregarious collection from "Power Moves technician" James A. Toth, aka Sloom.
Onyx_System on 01/15/2015 at 04:47PM
Spirits in the Juice indeed. I don't know where the Clocks found the plums for this strange potion, but it left my head spinning after just the first sip!
Listening to the opening piece of music, Circle Round lays out a rich carpet of organ drone as the bass pattern sets the table. Once the theme is established organs begin to layer and compete, darting and weaving soon they are braiding a gorgeous head of hair! A Big Bopper-styled maestro urges on the proceedings, and are those the sounds of swallows on the hunt as daylight grows scarce? Has the bass guitar's pattern changed at all or in fact has the listener changed within the act of listening?
Silver UFOs introduce some new tones, this time the bass gurgles, the keys ping and glide, and a violin maneuvers gracefully with, through, and around. I believe this tune might be in waltz timing. There is a moment where the tone shifts, a workmanlike mien taking the place of the carefree precedings; a dog barks as the the tumult grows, and just as quickly rainbows of violin part the clouds. Next a somewhat unexpected banjo joins the fray, picking a 'down-home' counterpoint to the violins as the song whirls through the brambles and on to its conclusion.
The third piece, Lunar Dunes, takes us into the kind of den we've all found ourselves at one time or another. Dim lamplight casts mysterious shadows. Anonymous sorts recline on couches, others across rugs, the air thick with intermingling smokes, a couple engaged in a languid dance. It is hot. Electronics squiggle and bubble, organ and bass guitar keeping time as a theremin tone picks out the tune.
And finally EP closer Around the Mountain finds the Clocks scaling the proverbial mount, the twilight haze of the previous 3 tracks giving way to definite night, shields and swords clattering, violins lamenting, all to the steady sturm of the bass guitar while the organ takes quill to scroll, narrating the adventure.
While not quite 15 minutes in length, the Spinning Clocks are able to achieve some transporting effect across these 4 tracks. Given the opportunity of a full length recording I'd be curious to hear where they take us, and to what depths... -Martin Standish