TBR: October 27th
A manic build-up in the first opening moments sets a scene for abstraction and playtime but as the sound mellows out into its following minutes, the calm takes an edge off the seat and rounds the armrests a slight amount, allowing us to get comfy with a cool and adequately placed vocal, mixed in with some creamy swirls and bell like ambience.
High energy moments crescendo like the cupping of fast moving waves, over their own weight and velocity, into another surge of forward motion propelled by something new from behind. Chloe is an electronic music veteran, with a twenty year career in the scene, this once upon a time DJette has designed a self fuelled legacy of talent and continual evolution with the technology at hand. A ghostly voiceover vocal delivers perhaps a steadiness to the constant movement within the driving force of electronic progression. We can hear a style within a style if one listens hard enough, and Chloe has this duality down extremely well.
The album is marketed as a list of stepping stones across the consciousness of the artist, and the progression surely makes sense. A growing up takes place alongside a distinct story telling in the mode of evolving timbre and flow. Graceful sections line up next to manic flurries and feedback dominated pushes into the realms of noise, only to drift away into the haunting escapism given by odd melodies and dainty tweaks to the mixing, that give everything much more depth.
Rowan Blair Colver for the Homunculus Media Group
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