TBR October 17
Slightly tone muted rhythms merge with high impact synths to give an all round experience of musical strangeness, the experimental and relaxing sounds of Irregular Passion make an interesting listen. As the music progresses, the pace does sit up and there are moments of dance worthy sections, but I get the feel this album was made to listen to, absorb, and experience. It molds a perfect setting for swaying from side to side, perhaps with a pint in the hand or an almost shouted conversation with your friend's good looking acquaintance.
The energy is turned up gradually as each track passes by, and without really noticing it, what began as a slow crawler, muddy hums and tuned down loops have become full on thriving phrases. The language of the album is of progress and rhythm, bashing beats cascade into the mix in the ideal places, and the repeating but evolving looped elements give a rocky shore for the waves of motion to crash against.
A creepy and mysterious undergathering causes the music to tilt slightly on one side, jutting into our experience at odd angles and unusual tangents, delivering an interesting and meaty array of sounds and beats. Smooth and cool melodics glisten like morning dew over rocky paths set in by quick paced but mellow rhythms. Frothing bass and wavering trebles mix in the middle alongside a whole palette of sonic ingenuity.
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