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Randolph & Mortimer - $ocial #utures EP
Randolph & Mortimer
$ocial #utures EP
Tape | 2014 | US | Original (Young Cubs)
8,99 €* 11,99 € -25%
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Randolph & Mortimer hail from Sheffield, England and the classify themselves as "Industrial + Synth + Thrash + Electronica". That sums it up quite nicely as can be heard on their $ocial #utures [euro]p. The EP starts with a synth and percussion driven track called "Existing, Not Living"--it's not overly aggressive and kicks off the EP with an easily accessible listen. $ocial #utures uses two interlude tracks in-between the three full-length songs. "Sistema Danado (This System Doesn't Work)" is the first of the two interludes--this one shows off the industrial side of Randolph & Mortimer in a loud crescendo of electronics and guitar. "Sistema Danado" then plunges the listener into "Body," which is a schizophrenic combination of throwback industrial sounds with modern electronic prowess. "Marz der Demokratie" is what the "Imperial March" might have sounded like if it was composed by a glitched out robot with a heavy handed lead synth and crunchy goodness in the background. "Marz" then leads us into the final track, titled "True Order." The final track starts off with a more atmospheric approach that leads up to a compelling but simple bassline that is quite infectious. $ocial #utures is a well mixed batch of stomping bass, crunchy industrial grinds, and smooth synth work that will leave you gnashing for more.
Violeta Vil - Lapidas Y Cocoteros
Violeta Vil
Lapidas Y Cocoteros
LP | 2013 | US | Original (Young Cubs)
13,79 €* 22,99 € -40%
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Violeta Vil hail from the north of Spain by way of Venezuela, Chile and the Canary Islands. Taking their cues from Tropicalia, Shoegaze and Factory Records, they weave a gauzy tapestry of sound that hangs over paradise like an ever present possession. Lapidas y Cocoteros (Headstones and Coconuts) explores the dark underside of paradise, where old time superstition mingles with the present day. The eight songs that comprise VV's debut ride with an easy watery flow, mixed with a sadness and slow erosion of time. "Tormentas (Sonrisas)" wafts up like the dying embers of fire after a beachside seance. "Aguamarina" is awash in twangy guitar, a la "Power, Corruption and Lies" that gradually life creeping by in the deep throes of an island fever as it slowly overcomes you. The churning shoegaze buildup in "Amish," like the wake behind a tank ship, echoes the frustration of teenage boy trapped in old standards. Lapidas climaxes with the '60s backbeat and Manchester guitar stabs of "Toronjil." Violeta Vil weaves a mystical and suspenseful hold on their listener which culminates with the feeling of whether everything experienced was truly supernatural, the cause of too many psychotropic drugs, or just a hazy island dream...probably a mixture of all three. Pressed on black and pink swirled vinyl.
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