Within this music’s forest of european folk influences you find a habitat of sprawling electronic gargling. The two live alongside each other and integrate their own styles onto one another. Further to that you have some quite warbled jazz touches that are more clumsy than delicate.
A very intriguing listen. Here you have an artist that merges two extremely disparate worlds – ambient soundscapes with drill-like hardcore electronics. It’s like inviting a death metal band to a family dinner. I would certainly categorize this as ‘not for everyone’.
The world is over-saturated with mediocre music and is completely under-saturated with great vocal music like this. There are whispers of gentle elegance, poise and dynamic electronics. A dreamy hallucination of classical and pop memories for the modern era.
This industrial ambient set sends a creepy, haunting tremor to your spine, unsettling any anxiety in your mind with an abundance of heavy processing. Additionally, the soft and hard textures create a densely layered sonic quality.
This drum legend serves a rich, complex tapestry of rhythmic delights coated in a jazz fusion sauce. Alongside that you also bear witness to some brilliantly average saxophone noodling, although the drumming comes right above all else.
Doctor L is clearly in love and soon to be married to an arsenal of production trickery. However, the originality of the afro-beat arrangements cultivates curiosity in my mind. The vocals just drift around and underwhelm the novelty of the instrumentation. Good style, poor songwriting.