Beginners Guide To Magic EP
Returning from their massive Autarkic I Love You, Go Away Remix rendition from earlier in the year, Simple Symmetry take a left hand turn with this occult influenced three track offering. When elements of the unreal and supernatural meet their digital compositional skills, the sounds crafted from these mental ingredients allow for sudden plunges into psychedelic soundscapes.
Straight away the reverberations of our tribal roots weave their patterns and textures across the silent horizon. Modern percussive instruments mingle with the traditional, with each push of the music another rhythmic voice adds to the dawn chorus. Trance inducing pulsations of timing and grain form a dreamy bubble to sit in. Gamelan bells cascade into the long and rumbling jostle of drums. Their melody carries the much loved shades of tone which penetrate our traditional hearing rule sets. Organic swells find their way into the music via flutey breaths and expressive projections of sound. As the pressure builds and melody keys in to the looped and dynamic drumscore, a dancing energy is allowed to flourish.
As the second number enters, a buzz saw style bass tone builds a neat and wholesome foundation for interesting rhythms to sit upon. Multi-tonal drums build a driving style beat which progresses with vibrancy and amplitude. As vocal lines cast their humanitarian spell over us, an electronic digital beat adds a frantic and energy rich dose of crowd pleasing prepossession. Dervish Euphoria does indeed bring with it an uplifting sense of having a good time which would be an essential ingredient to any gathering.
On the final incantation of this triple goddess of sacrificial music, an outdoor themed sunshine fest is crafted gently but with a firm stability. A heavy bass tone similar to the roar of a prehistoric creature resounds over the happy tones of people enjoying themselves. Could this be a warning, a psychic reminder that when we're having fun our backs are always turned? Deep and meaningful syllables echo through the under tone of the sound. Tinny and metallic melodic percussion brings a sensation of anticipation and eerie happenings waiting to coalesce and envelope who ever happens to be listening in.
Add an energy of the mystical with these three tracks, upbeat and interesting, Simple Symmetry's Beginners Guide To Magic can and will entertain and inspire all kinds of mental adventures. It's got an attitude that will keep you on your feet in the club and will allow you to find the motivation to do what ever it is you do at home.
Rowan Blair Colver for the Homunculus Media Group
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