New tunes, 13.2.2020
Hello, #newtunes again :)
Weeks pass, and we, the music addicts, tirelessly search for new sounds that will shake us and stay in our memories forever.
Well, this is a needle search in a pile of hay, music is huge these days and has never been so accessible. However, as with all other things, it is usually 99% trash, but sometimes some pearl is found.
MEUTE - Slip
They called themselves techno marching band. Right. Awesome combination of modern rhytms, sofisticated samples, traditional brass sounds.
I've been listening to them for almost two weeks every day, but I don't get tired of it. This piece is an adaptation of Deadmaus's Slip.
BLIND FURY OFF THE TOP!
Freestyle rap. I came up with this recording accidentally because rap and hip-hop don't suit me the most. But this guy is fantastic. He's blind. Can you imagine that all this rhymes he had only in his head?
OUT OF SPACE - Liam Howlett, arr. Snelle Fjöll
The Mandolina Ljubljana Orchestra, Slovenia, mix of Prodigy (in memoriam of Keith Flint), classical, folk and other arrangements. Nice.
Tame Impala - Lost in Yesterday
I have listened to the Tame Impala a lot, especially as a leaders in the revival of psychedelic sounds from the 60's. This year's album is slightly different, and this track leans more into the 70s and kind of nostalgic melancholy. Interesting.
Beatrice Dillon - Workaround Two
The first album by a very talented (in my opinion) author. Drum machine rhytms, synthesizer samples and perfect jazz improvisation inserts create unusual but catchy tracks.