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WORDS CAN'T SAY

Superdensecrushloadfactor

 

RIO/Avant-Prog

3.98 | 3 ratings

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DamoXt7942
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3 stars Really a neat one, my love.

Thanks to my great friend and a superb solo artist Gabe BULLER for letting me know such a killa. He's a nice guy and simultaneously a magician with multiple instruments and fruitful soundscape, that would be certified by this creation.

Actually the first acoustic shot "Sleepin' All Through The Day" knocked me down completely. A cynical message against such a terribly hard world along with his inner space, this safe and sound song seems to give me. "Discoveries Made During The Flight" is an acoustic guitar-based multidimensional flight for the clear blue sky ... swift alteration of his melodic and rhythmic appearances sounds fantastic and gives me kinda comfort. Quite amazing and impressive, if SDCLF be not a solo project. "Silence", followed by a similar one "Even Though I'm Awake", is a temporarily monotone swing around some lazy atmosphere ... sounds like he's upset not to realize why such a silence around'em. In "Authentic" I can hear his resistance against the golden road, back to his "nonauthentic" guitar phrases ... why not kicking authentic away, he might say, maybe I'm wrong meh.

"Mean", another instrumental one seasoned with kaleidoscopic, randomized percussive sound tensions. Such a distorted strategy of his should be pretty appreciated definitely, and his lovely punk punctures can be heard via this short one. Also in the following stuff "Grey"or "Staring At The Moon" (where crazy warped synth footprints can be touched), he would scatter controversial sound shower and squeeze some pieces into my ears. Not simply a pure acoustician but also a critical cynical creator. "Chicken" reminds me of his mischievous and wonderful thoughts produced over there. Pleasantly fly over the green forest but suddenly stumble upon a tough real life, I imagine? Sounds like the last "Words Can't Say" might be thought as his depressive side of the mind balloon, which should be very fragile even by a poor man like me, simply with distressed guitar phrases.

Not fully innovative nor incredible, but this "nonauthentic" playful album is not bad really methinks. My love, again let me say.

DamoXt7942 | 3/5 |

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