Experimental chill with: DEADBEAR and Lisofv #chill #NewMusic #electronic


A couple of chilled experimental tracks from DEADBEAR and Lisofv.

DEADBEAR is Berlin-based producer and electronic musician Nick Donovan. His new release is a Charity (Refugees Welcome) record created from 12 different world music vinyl. He describes this as “Yemeni folk is collided with sudanese work songs reimagined as electronic.” The track I have for you is Black Sheep Is Meaty. This combines sounds from Turkey, North Sudan and Tibet. There’s more than a little Banco de Gaia in this. A swirling collision of strings , ululating and electronic sounds. A soft set of beats provides an unobtrusive backdrop and allows the ear to enjoy the interplay of the instruments  all rather wonderful.

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Next, Lisofv from Korea with No Rest or Endless Rest. This is chill with a dreamy ethereal edge. The beats have that dubby hip hop edge to give a slightly stoned air. Strings and electronics spiral and curl on each other. There’s nothing like a usual hook but the track remains constantly interesting and fresh. Really delightful.

~ by acidted on July 30, 2019.

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