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Part of the huge krautrock revival but also found of post-rockin experiments, Siinai comes from Finland. The collective has recently published their first effort on Splendour (Sept 2011). The musical signature provides a complex, dense and emotive medley of driven electro minimalism, post punked out chords and sonic driftscaping moves. This one can be perceived as the missing link between Popol Vuh's ethereal ritualism, Neu ! L.A Dusseldorf, Michael Rother's ultra melodic motorik textures and Stereolab's psych pop inflections.

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3.75 | 4 ratings
Olympic Games
4.00 | 3 ratings
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4.00 | 2 ratings
3.05 | 2 ratings
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 Olympic Games by SIINAI album cover Studio Album, 2011
3.75 | 4 ratings

Olympic Games
Siinai Krautrock

Review by admireArt
Prog Reviewer

3 stars The Olympic Games as your conceptual music composition assignment. Bring your best.

Many may be the reasons why Siinai chose this athletic concept, but let me skip on to where it matters, the music.

An 8 track release with all kind of epic cliches, new fresh ideas, some extraordinary sections and their according highlights.

SIINAI's "Olympic Games", 2011, is somewhat quiet diverse and not that tupsy-turvy psychedelic (nevertheless quiet experimental), as to fit the Krautrock tagging solely. There are close connections to the 70's and 80's synth/rock/pop era, as to more Progressive Electronic influences in the Berlin electronic music school's vein, as to the Post Rock/Math Rock's beat and guitar works.

But beyond these possible labelings, Siinai possesses a very personal focus and even from the start, (this their first release according to this page), a quiet defined musical language, which adds up a lot in this world of "sound-alikes".

What works out, works out perfectly, far from the Olympic's symbolism alone, which by the way, everyone who has witnessed this event has his own treasurable, unmemorable or indifferent thoughts about, therefore anyone can relate to the music without the Olympic Games's previous knowledge.

Some bronze, a bit more of silver and some real gold.

***3.5 PA stars.

 My Best Human Face (with Moonface) by SIINAI album cover Studio Album, 2016
3.05 | 2 ratings

My Best Human Face (with Moonface)
Siinai Krautrock

Review by admireArt
Prog Reviewer

3 stars "My Best Human Face", 2016 by Moonface & Siinai sets quiet clear the direction Moonface wants to lead his highly refined, yet subtly raw contemporary Rock/Krautrock/Krautpop language, which if by geographical situation precise could be named Finnish rock or Finnrock to cut it short.

So true to this principle, all compositions are vocal driven. Music composition wise their multitude of influences are quiet well absorved therefore they offer in return various unique forms of musical expression compressed into one.

In able to invite possible "enjoyers" of this release, I will throw out some names and then expect you to either become intrigued or oblivious.

Imagine a mixture between David Sylvian, The Cure, Roxy Music, The Clash, GAM, The Beloved, Nick Cave, The Waterboys and the strident spirit of early Krautrock bands, now shake well, filter and pour.

Although one may get the idea that such a blend might be unfriendly or unfocused, this band has, as I already mentioned, assimilated their personal influences up to the point of offering a fresh new Rock (underlining ROCK) language with the unmistakable Moonface's romantic/political focus and highly emotional tones.

*** 3.5, on the rise , PA stars.

 Heartbreaking Bravery (with Moonface) by SIINAI album cover Studio Album, 2012
4.00 | 3 ratings

Heartbreaking Bravery (with Moonface)
Siinai Krautrock

Review by admireArt
Prog Reviewer

4 stars Amazing!

Turn back to the 80's at its best New Romantic synth- era, faithfully replayed and re-modeled into the 21st century with refined retro-electronics, with a keen and perfect balance between raw electronic experimentation and straight forward creative dance rock fast and slow rhythms and melodies.

The full of emotion/ emotionless voice of Moonface (Spencer Krug), may remind you of Gary Numan's, John Foxx's, Peter Murphy's, Robert Smith or even Bowie's apocalyptic love intonations , so re-visiting this doomsday's heartbreaking atmospheres feels so comfortable and then again fresh as new.

After all central europe and the UK sheltered the best of the 80's underground and above ground synth-wave movement's musicians, but then again not exactly from Finland and Siinai comes from Finland so expect "FinRock" to fit the KrautRock Prog-labeling.

Siinai's, 2012, "Heartbreaking Bravery" (with Moonface), is above all perfectly written song by song to the point where harvoring past 80's stylings is credible as it also feeds from other electronic names, so blending influences like Bowie, U2 , The Cure or Underworld with Ultravox or the early and later Depeche Mode, or the irreverent The B-52's or the shamefully forgotten The Beloved or the well known Bahaus makes sense.

Uplifting and downlifting 80's synth/styles at its best.

****4 PA stars.

 Supermarket by SIINAI album cover Studio Album, 2014
4.00 | 2 ratings

Siinai Krautrock

Review by Mellotron Storm
Prog Reviewer

4 stars Krautrock from Finland eh? Want to hear something else that's rather strange? This is a concept album about shopping in a supermarket. Or as the band puts it... "A soundtrack for the supermarket nations". Haha, okay i'll bite. This is my first taste of this band and I was left with a lot of positive impressions. The music reminded me at times of LA DUSSELDORF, HARMONIA and NEU! and at other times we get a lot of electronic beats mixed in with some heavy atmospheric sections. A pretty cool album overall.

"En-Trance" makes me laugh because how many of you have walked into a supermarket with all of those bright lights while being arm in arm with Buddha, yeah me too. And the title suggests that to me as we begin our shopping experience. What an opening sound as we get these powerful, dark and pulsating electronic waves as other spacey sounds join in. From the sounds of this i'm guessing we are very paranoid and stoned as we enter our destination. "Shopping Trance" has these pulsating electronic sounds with drums and bass as spacey sounds explode over top throughout. A change after 6 1/2 minutes as the beats stop briefly but then it kicks back in quickly. A strange trumpet experience is next before 7 1/2 minutes then it winds down to the end. "AEIOUYAO" sounds like a normal song almost including male vocals in the background. This one reminds me of the German bands I mentioned in the intro. Female vocals before 2 minutes and it's very uplifting before 3 minutes.

"Jonotus/Queue" has atmosphere to it that is so powerful I feel like I need to hang on to something tight. Like a thousand mellotron choirs flooding the soundscape. And it stays this way throughout! Clearly we are having one of those freaky moments in the supermarket. "Prisma" has this deep atmosphere to it that pulses as a relaxed beat joins in and this swirling sound. "Smiling Cashier" means we are near the end of our shopping experience. Deep drum and bass sounds with background synths to start and this strange sound like a dog barking but it's processed and in slow motion. What was that? It's back again after 2 1/2 minutes. Hey maybe it's the cashier talking to us and this is what we are hearing 'cause we are ripped. Spacey synths dominate later, some piano on this one as well. "Vasikka" has these swelling synths, an electronic beat, drums and more in this fairly energetic piece. So much going on here. "Exit" says it all doesn't it? The synths bring HARMONIA, NEU! and La DUSSELDORF to mind as we get a plodding beat and even female vocal melodies at one point.

I really enjoyed this record, these guys are clearly influenced by the Krautrock scene and i'll be checking out at least one of their earlier albums if not both in the future. Great album!

 Supermarket by SIINAI album cover Studio Album, 2014
4.00 | 2 ratings

Siinai Krautrock

Review by Matti
Prog Reviewer

4 stars The Finnish group SIINAI go wherever they want, and despite having a distinctive own sound, no one can predict what kind of an album will they do next. The instrumental debut Olympic Games (2011) earned them a place in PA's Krautrock section. Then they collaborated with the Canadian artist Moonface (Spencer Krug) on a fresh, vocal-oriented art rock album Heartbreaking Bravery (2012). Supermarket marks a return to instrumental music and is in my opinion notably more enjoyable and inspired than the debut. One could describe it as electronic music with a rock extension, for including also full use of guitar, bass and drums. There's a hypnotic electronic groove comparable to the likes of JEAN MICHEL JARRE and TANGERINE DREAM, as well as to the modern generation of Trance / Techno / Chill-Out. The production by the band is awesome, I wonder if even BRIAN ENO could have made it much better.

It's interesting to think how the four musicians have been hanging on in the alienating micro-universe of supermarkets, those modern temples of our everyday consumer's life, with all senses wide open to experience it all on unconventionable levels of consciousness. You know, like visionary film directors can make one see straight beyond the veils of the "familiar" and turn the whole idea upside down, to reveal something unspoken and universal. Indeed, someone could make an impressive silent film about supermarkets with this album as its soundtrack. On the other hand, each listener takes the director's seat and visualizes a new inner movie with each subsequent listening.

The 48-minute album flows in perfect balance, shifting between more rhythmic and solid stuff of tighter tracks, and deeply meditative atmosphere of the longer tracks. Sometimes the introspective side of VANGELIS comes to my mind. It's highly unusual for a democratic group to make an album of such singular vision. Strong four stars!

 Heartbreaking Bravery (with Moonface) by SIINAI album cover Studio Album, 2012
4.00 | 3 ratings

Heartbreaking Bravery (with Moonface)
Siinai Krautrock

Review by Matti
Prog Reviewer

4 stars SIINAI is a Finnish instrumental group. The Krautrock category perhaps fits stylistically for their debut album Olympic Games (though personally I'd prefer to have "Krautrock" only as a historical term concerning German music). This second album is completely a different case. On the cover the performer is marked as "Moonface with Siinai", not the other way round, but since Siinai is responsible of most of the composing and playing (the singing and lyrics are Moonface's, naturally), the inclusion of this collaboration shouldn't be against any standards. Moonface is the Canadian indie rocker Spencer Krug, also known from Wolf Parade. He wasn't familiar to me.

The album starts with a slow-tempo title track which immediately proves how perfectly the two musical entities click together. The band sound is bright and elegant, featuring some elements of Ambient, Post-rock and Dream Pop, with a solid rhythm. And on top of it, cool, economic lyrics sung by an impressive voice somewhere between DAVID BOWIE and JOHN CALE. 'Yesterday's Fire' increases tempo and is rockier in general, but also in it the spacey piano chords stick out nicely from the sound. 'Shitty City' with its energetic percussion pattern has a feel of a U2-like pop anthem. Overall there's plenty of the early 80's synth pop aesthetics in this album, but in a pleasant way.

On my first listening I got a strong association towards the Berlin era (Brian Eno collaborating) David Bowie, albums like Low and "Heroes". For Krug's voice and the Ambientish brightness in the soundscapes this isn't a bad reference at all, but for the songs themselves there isn't much similarities I guess. The special sonic atmosphere is very essential in the best songs such as the opener and 'Quickfire, I Tried'. It's easy to imagine how boringly monotonous these songs would be if performed by a middle-of-the-road rock group.

The only instrumental, '10,000 Scorpions', is a 2-minute sonic experiment that brings me submarinal inner images - and to you possibly something else. It's seamlessly followed by a song in which the album's somewhat alienated and SciFi-like atmosphere is strong. A minimalistic approach is taken further by 'Headed for the Door' that at first contains only a drum beat and a synth carpet. It grows passionately, featuring also a letter reading ("Dear Sarah, I heard that you've grown into a goth..."). The closing track is another majestic and elegant slow-tempo song full of emotion. If you like synth-oriented art pop of e.g. JAPAN / DAVID SYLVIAN, certain albums of DAVID BOWIE, TALK TALK etc, I'm sure you enjoy this unique collaboration. Not prog, but an excellent addition to a many-sided rock music collection.

 Olympic Games by SIINAI album cover Studio Album, 2011
3.75 | 4 ratings

Olympic Games
Siinai Krautrock

Review by DamoXt7942
Forum & Site Admin Group Avant, Crossover & Neo Teams

4 stars Can we call them Finnish SIINEU? The answer is "Nein", I consider. Yes, exactly the word like "A revival of Krautrock" or "Novel Krautrock missionaries" can be quite appropriate for SIINAI, who have launched their interpretation of Krautrock in their debut album "Olympic Games". But at the same time, let me emphasize they've not played the copy of Krautrock pioneers but their delightful soundgarden in the vein of Krautrock.

According to their blog and photo gallery, looks like they'd got inspired much upon recording / producing their debut album by lots of impressive, courageous medalists. Their enthusiastic, profound riffs remind us the pleasure for sports with peace and friendship. Anyway their soundscape, as above mentioned, leans toward the pioneers of Krautrock especially like Neu! or Popol Vuh, whereas the phrases have not only sticky, dry-fruity, hypnotic flavour but also promising, powerful, and hearty atmosphere deeply in their core of sound, amazingly. Namely, not simply Krautrock-ish as it is said, but pretty hopeful about the future as their original strategy.

All tracks were created with simple riffs seasoned with deep echoes and earthy depth, whilst upon the centre of their intention should be enthusiasm and pleasure for future obviously. Via The Olympics and the sports there, they give us the feeling of not only the players but also the audience / fans, along with their original Krautrock named SIINAI. What can you see beyond the other side of the mountain with five rings? Guess it be a flood of comfort and hope (for Olympic games and their future both!).

 Olympic Games by SIINAI album cover Studio Album, 2011
3.75 | 4 ratings

Olympic Games
Siinai Krautrock

Review by Guldbamsen
Special Collaborator Retired Admin

4 stars Holding hands with the mighty gods of Mount Olympus

Perhaps not too surprisingly, this album revolves around the history of the Olympic Games. Going as far back as the Greek starting point where it once started as a human apotheoses to the deistic notion of body and mind coalesced - this ongoing tale is now told through the music of a young up and coming Finnish act. Body and mind - the merging of two worlds in one human being.

We get more than the openly sporty character of these events, as this record also relegates one of the saddest and darkest moments of modern day sport history; the atrocity in Munich 1972, where the entire Israeli team was assassinated by the terrorist group Black September. The actual track here simply called Munich 1972 is all instrumental - in fact the whole record is, which to me personally fits perfectly for a realistic, albeit artistic in scope, soundtrack that deals with this mighty recurring sports event. Our own human pedestal put there to make us feel closer to the ancient gods of Mount Olympus, even if we at times show ourselves from the most cruel and evil of sides.

What struck me first was the ingenious way the synthesizers here mirror the old Olympic fanfare I grew up with. I mean this is just uncanny! I remember being a little kid - absolutely loving the distinctive feel of getting ready for this event - hearing this tiny musical ode. Yeah well tiny is perhaps the wrong wording here, because although it only lasted a few moments, it was grand and pompous like a regular royal fanfare. On Olympic Games - the synths really do relegate this trumpeteering sound - adding to the overall picture that sense of occasion - an impending cataclysmic event. They are played with a slow and economic touch, which transform and contort them into these long drawn out wails that after a while interweave with the surrounding instruments. Just this simple aspect of the album sweeps you off your feet and throws you into the Olympic feel with thousands of flickering images of Ski-jumpers, marathon runners, javelin throwers, pole vaulters and swimmers who look like old Greek statues in white - all of them amalgamating to one huge expressionistic Olympian montage.

I heard this album just now cycling my way around the countryside - through the surrounding forest where everything now reeks of natural garlic. It's in season, and whilst the woods are a mayhem of floral explosions and multifaceted greens and whites and yellows - that omnipresent smell of onion in my nose somehow perfectly suited the music. The grandiose and over the top feel I had flowing into my ears - was in a harmonious balance with the sumptuous nature around me, but still I was unable to shake off the overhanging shadow of that devastating day once so long ago in Munich - and that, in some fantastically inexplicable way, was the sharp and harsh smell of those onions in the air. A truly strange and esoteric experience all in all, and one that I struggle to find the appropriate words for.

To get back on the ground and comment on the actual sound of this recording, I think it is fair to call it a riveting hybrid of post-rock and Krautrock. The plodding pace of the guitars together with the almost shamanistic feel of the drums draws a fair few parallels with several of the post-rock biggies, but still the album is served up with those futuristic, buzzing and trumpeteering synthesizers, that it becomes something like a meeting between Mogwai and electronic modern day Kraut(dance)rock wizards F*ck Buttons. Psychedelic, freely flowing panoramic soundscapes - with an overriding urge to erupt into giant almost symphonic musical sculptures.

I've read a couple of reviews of this album online - all featured in relatively big music magazines, and they damn near all give it a mediocre to poor rating, talking about how slow, uneventful and bland they find the music. Admittedly, these guys usually review things like My Chemical Romance and Maroon 5, which should be evidential about the fact, that they don't know the first thing about music like this. My guess is, that they saw an album which concerns itself about the impending Olympic Games in London and then thought to themselves: Bugger me if that doesn't sound like a flash and cool idea!!!! And while I've had a few laughs on their account, I shudder to think that most of the mainstream music journalists have completely lost the ability to submerse themselves in records that venture beyond the normal boundaries of contemporary music. What a shame!

 Olympic Games by SIINAI album cover Studio Album, 2011
3.75 | 4 ratings

Olympic Games
Siinai Krautrock

Review by seventhsojourn
Special Collaborator RPI

4 stars Tracey Emin and some of her Turner Prize cohorts have designed a selection of posters to promote the 2012 London Olympics. One or two of these posters are classically inspired but most seem to have little connection to the games and indeed might have carried titles such as 'Lazy Swirl of Blue', 'Pastel Gift Wrap' and 'BBC Test Card'. In contrast the artwork for 'Olympic Games', Finnish four-piece Siinai's 2011 debut album, honours the games with its iconic imagery of the five Olympic rings within a stylised podium, arguably more in keeping with the ancient Olympic ideal of 'excellence in art and literature' as opposed to the unfinished-looking pieces inspired by the London event.

The music also reflects the nature of the games and throughout the album Siinai weave together strands of Kraut and Post-Rock with a fine pop sensibility. The serene opening part of 'Anthem 1 & 2' captures the sense of excitement, anticipation and stored-up energies of the heaving mass of humanity gathering for the heroic rituals, before it suddenly breaks loose into anarchic Post-Punk life with enough power to shake the Olympic stadium to its very foundations.

Rebelliousness gives way to reverence on 'Anthem 3', a languid hymn to the Twelve Olympian gods that's shrouded in hypnotic choral effects. This is followed by 'Marathon' which crackles along rhythmically with chugging guitar and burbling electronics, but sounds more like a short sprint than Philippides' long distance runaround from Athens to Sparta on the eve of the victorious battle of Marathon. The album continues in this vein and basically follows an alternating pattern of slow and brisk tracks to either physic or physical oneself by.

As well as sports and arts, the modern games have other links to the ancient Olympics. Through the gathering of different peoples, and through their self-discipline and determination, the revival of the Olympic Games was intended to bring international peace and harmony, prestige and glory. However the games continue to be used as a political tool in the same way that the ancient Greek city-states used them to dominate rivals. 'Strength over wisdom' still holds true and the act of simply taking part in events is no longer the important issue; how many slimy paws were greased to ensure London was awarded the games?

As well as that question, consider some of the track-titles on this album. While thousands of bells will ring out in celebration on the first day of the 2012 London Olympics, 'Munich 1972' revives the paralysing horror of the (black) September massacre with a synthesized assault of gunfire and dissonant chaos. 'Olympic Fire' alludes to the Olympic flame that commemorates Prometheus' theft of fire and thus represents the fight for freedom, but the dark edginess of the track's mysterious siren-call synthesizers might also recall the torch relay ritual - the torch of hatred - which was exploited by Nazi propaganda as an emblem of Aryan supremacy. However 'Victory' restores the balance with something of the melody and feel of 'Chariots of Fire' before it erupts into a joyous celebration of the human spirit.

Perhaps the struggle is still greater than the victory after all.

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