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5 stars Consider artistic, musical innovation should be in fun and surprise. The audience should get amazed at what happens on stage 'beyond expectation', even if it's sorta funny, funky appearance / expression, rapid melodic development, or incredibly technical manner. For example a Japanese jazz rock combo Djamra always play with such a strong intention as above mentioned, and so do POIL, a French avantgarde / experimental rock trio, who have gigged with Djamra in Frankfurt a couple of years before. 'Dins O Cuol' their previous creation made me laugh out loudly and feel comfortable via their original vibes. This album 'Brossaklitt' released in 2014, notifies they've got more power, both experimentally and musically.

At first the third titled track is more than creative, via crazy complicated rhythm and melody lines plus meaningless, freakout lyrics gradation. Guess the audience cannot help laughing and enjoying purely like children by this performance on stage. Undoubtedly this is kinda innovation in the rock scene. The following 'Patachou' full of ethnic electronika and mysterious synthesizer-oriented sound brilliance (this is my fave too). Suppose we could dance to the tune regardless of its melodic, rhythmic complexity (wow). Also the next 'MAO' reminds us of the similar vein toward a techno pop sound era (like Yellow Magic Orchestra) some decades ago, but let me say again this electro spreader has their attitude for 'fun' obviously.

As though they would have hailed from another dimension, their creation is filled with electronic fantasy, complicated rhythm / melody lines, and amaze / fun for the audience without any suspicion (even in the shortest one 'Dins O Klitt'). 'Pikiwa' should be called as the compilation of their cynical historical musical database. Can I say here that I would like to attend their fantastic gig in near future?

DamoXt7942 | 5/5 |


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