Amusante perspective !Cloturer la saison 3 de nocoVision, avec l'un de ses plus vibrants protagonistes. Qu'il en soit, ici-même, amplement remercié, autant que vous et celles et ceux qui m'ont accompagné durant ces quelques 5 années, véritables siècles sonores, qui nous séparent de l'un, présent, d'un autre désormais passé, à défaut d'un hypothétique futur ... Merci !
Amusing perspective !Conclude the season 3 of nocoVision with one of its most vibrant protagonists. Let him be abundantly thanked here, along with you and those who have accompanied me during these few five years, true sonic centuries, that separate us from one present to another now past, in the absence of a hypothetical future ... Thank you !
Sumptuous storefront iconography, also produced by Sven Piayda, highlights, a basic truth of a flamboyant, vaporous, chocolatey Helios, grappling to his own unmistakable fate.
We will verify it, hopefully sooner rather than later, that POST-INTERNET is certainly a pivotal release in an artistic journey punctuated by so many constructive explorations that it is difficult to list their full extent. ROT is, and remains, a moving, avant-garde platform, of which Piayda holds all the login and passwords.
"Orange" leaves no doubt. A brilliant opening, the track testifies and proceeds from a factual opposition, an internal struggle of furtive algorithms, an assault of a guitar riff, overheating components applauded by a jubilant, moving mass - latency. "Becausetheinternet" Sven proclaims it loudly, "i know, i know, i love the internet ...", confirming an indestructible kinship, a tentacular, proliferating soulmate, a blue sky as tempting as that of the vaporwave cardboard box of Windows 95.
The first sign of an evolving sinuosity, a marker of a noticeable departure from digital territories, "Matm Evh" proceeds from a shift, an evident rupture, and the confirmation of new perspectives with the accents of a lead guitar and the evident pleasure of the instrumentalist. Abyssal reminiscences, "Random Darknet Shopper" captivates our sparkling instincts for our most unsettling inclinations ?
As a guest on "Aefx98_2", and even more on "No Sign", Michael Schreiber (Primal Scapes) summons the necessary interstices, generative materials of a discourse that challenges its own rules, a delicately controlled bicephalous emulsion, at risk of high inflammability.
Strangeness prevails in "Old Faith" and its old-school ambient soundscape, articulated around a delightfully erratic and captivating rhythm, a discreet gem.
You will inevitably succumb to the tempo of "Cyan Sunrise", a powerful inspiration, a breath heralding the possible destinies of a mischievous ROT (cf. the last 30 seconds).
Finally, if "Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair" deserves special attention, there is no doubt that the track opens a new dimension, that of a porous sound (and more) world, a mixing as eclectic and open to no other certainty than absolute, unconditional doubt ...