Wether: Perception Shifts tape (White Reeves Productions, 2016)

August 14, 2016 at 4:29 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Wether: Perception Shifts tape

Wether: Perception Shifts tape

I reviewed a Wether tape for Foxy Digitalis a long time ago, and I think it remember it being pretty noisy. This isn’t really noise at all, it’s some form of synth exploration. Both sides are 15 minutes of continuous audio. It sort of ripples into rhythms, but it’s more of a controlled flow than anything close to a beat. Likewise, it’s sort of melodic, but it also seems to hint at melodies rather than explicitly playing them. It’s kind of like being inside some cool sort of Enterprise-like spaceship, and it’s under attack, but you’re too distracted by all the shiny, futuristic things inside to really be concerned. Just when it starts to get really heavy and chaotic, it switches to a slowed-down soul party. Available on Bandcamp.

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