Still Life by Body Clocks


Shimmering electronic reverbs dominate Still Life from Body Clocks. A track that positively embraces the word hazy. It resolutely refuses to come into focus. There’s a shoegaze air to it all with the guitars and effects, accompanied by some happily lazy electronica. Trippy stuff for indie kids and electronica freaks alike.

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Blurb: Bristol based duo Body Clocks have revealed their debut single “Still Life”, an otherworldly cut with high pitched shimmering synths and haphazard, spacious guitar lines sitting on top of a fluid bassline and rustic percussion.

The band are a captivating live duo, bringing acoustic instrumentation and performance into an otherwise electronic environment. Their unique sound is created through layering and looping beats with ambient soundscapes, double bass and guitar.

Their influences range from experimental classical music, to world music artists such as Tinariwen as well as heavier Techno and House. Elements from all of these genres can be heard in the finished result.


~ by acidted on April 13, 2016.

2 Responses to “Still Life by Body Clocks”

  1. Nice.

  2. Tasty.

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