worriedaboutsatan & Veins Full Of Static What Are You Looking For? / How Long Will You Sleep After You Let The Ship Sink This Is It Forever Records | The Electro Review
worriedaboutsatan & Veins Full Of Static
What Are You Looking For? / How Long Will You Sleep After You Let The Ship Sink
This Is It Forever Records
TBR: 10th July
An exclusive cassette and digital release makes this an already sought after production. Known for their ambience and transcendence, worriedaboutsatan and Veins Full Of Static now collaborate for this two-track stand-alone. This truly experimental and rules-free duo sees the artists make the most of their given side of tape in what ever way they feel best. Music without formula perhaps has the most soul.
It begins on wispy sonics that flutter and fall in ambient rooms. Like sunlight flowing through a cloud of incense, tones reverberate in. A steady rhythm that's chonked with reverb beats down in gradual pulses. A heavenly aspect shimmers forth as vocals repeat in choral harmonies. As a tidal flux progresses in and out, sections reveal as tapestries in larger patterns yet to be revealed. As strings beckon, a new rhythm of scraping epicness churns like gravel in an ambivalent machine. Surrounding are flocks of casual birds and moving clouds which skip on graceful currents. Once more the ebb and flow draws the surge in, revealing a silty bed of shimmering minerals and scattered left-behinds.
The final track begins with a synthesiser rumble and string. It builds with distant fog-horn like pitches which penetrate the churning static fog. A semblance of melody begins to form from reductions in the gloom. New whistling tones peak in discreet sections of the mix and knit gentle patterns within a liquid amalgam of sonic delivery. Huge spaces with air currents like oceans form and break across each other's wake.
What Are You Looking For? / How Long Will You Sleep After You Let The Ship Sink by worriedaboutsatan & Veins Full Of Static is available on Bandcamp
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Rowan Blair Colver for The Electro Review.