A chaotic nightmare dream sequence set within a dystopian city landscape. We find ourselves amidst a psychedelic haze, on the roof of a tower block, staring out into the neon and grey of the city vistas. The song is a testimony to finding oneself completely lost within a moment of desperation. The spiralling sensations of both the known and unknown, of the remembered, the current and the impending; a myriad of emotions crashing in waves. Featuring an intro that might fit an Interpol track, the composition subsequently crashes into six/four time, guiding us on a hypnotic journey of undulating sub bass and waves of crescendoing guitars and synth parts.
Morti Viventear Decacremix:
The much sought after Montreal-based producer Morti Viventear goes to work on his sinister Decacremix; expertly twisting the track into a down-tempo four/four exercise in moody grindhouse atmospherics, creeping melodies and crunchy breakbeats. An absolute must.
Soon-to-be legendary German producer Dot brings mayhem and fire to his reinterpretation of the Black Monoliths, delivering a remix that blends noise-rap crunch with ethereal electronica, before finally going to town with a huge post-rock finish; all immaculately crafted to the last detail.
Album 'Field Reports From The Western Lands'
Out 30th March 2018
(Limited Box, 2xLP, Book, Digital)
supported by 4 fans who also own “Black Monoliths Over New Jerusalem”
Cutting edge music from a cutting edge master. Just writing and reflecting... Simple but powerful. Gotta listen several times to absorb the many layers of material. Love this kind of craftsmanship. And that bass groove! acuzan