Mutinies - OUTLIKEALIGHT - SD-122

VÖ:06.07.22

Electro pop from Germany

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Engaging heat outside, tamed chaos on the ears. Just in time for the start of summer, Spheredelic delivers just the right soundtrack for heated summer nights: technoid synthpop dystopias that seem like the pop-cultural reference to times still long ahead.  

Let's imagine the following situation: Our flying vehicle shoots in jagged curves through never-ending rows of mirrored urban canyons, past skyscraper-sized hologram billboards that illuminate the nocturnal fog in hundreds and hundreds of neon hues. Everything flickers in visionary colour, whizzing by with ecstatic speed. From the radio, versatile, technoid drum rhythms push indispensably forward, while an ethereally humming female voice unloads in front of dystopian, sometimes echoing, sometimes crackling-clear synthesiser surfaces and melodies. Perhaps this is how the eclectic mix of styles on Mutinies new album OUT LIKE A LIGHT can be described, which was continuously designed, discarded, changed and finally woven together into a rather stringent body of work over the course of several studio and live sessions over the past six months. The duo from the german city Kiel, consisting of Timo (music production) and Sina Konicz (lyrics and vocals), amalgamate a hybrid sound structure with their large arsenal of drum machines and synthesizers that spans elements from Dark/New-Wave to Electro-Pop to experimental Modular Techno - and could deliver exactly what could be playing on the glider radio in cinematic future dystopias like Blade Runner 2049. Read more...

 

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