DVAR - Madegirah (Bizarre Rares & Early Works)
Experimental, Neofolk Yet another one hour and roughly twenty minutes of DVAR. After listening to this record today I feel a bit tired of hearing Pingu singing to a somewhat monotone music. But still there are also some tracks that I really enjoy listening to. I just think DVAR is a very difficult band to like for more than a couple of minutes.

The strongest tracks on this album are actually the ones in the beginning of the CD. "Hwhy", "Hiri Naai" and "Madegirah" actually makes me smile if I hear them every now and then. But in the long run this is not so fun no matter if the music is inspired by a bee in the dream world or not. Yes, according to Wikipedia DVAR's music is inspired by a bee in the dream world.

Dream world or not, the music tends to be not so interesting after a while. I think to maintain the listeners interest the music need to evolve into something else than just the same stuff over and over and over again. Maybe an idea would be to try some new things that maybe are not influenced by dream world bees?
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DVAR - Madegirah (Bizarre Rares & Early Works)

5.0
"Mediocre"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2009 by Monopoly Records
Yet another one hour and roughly twenty minutes of DVAR. After listening to this record today I feel a bit tired of hearing Pingu singing to a somewhat monotone music. But still there are also some tracks that I really enjoy listening to. I just think DVAR is a very difficult band to like for more than a couple of minutes.

The strongest tracks on this album are actually the ones in the beginning of the CD. "Hwhy", "Hiri Naai" and "Madegirah" actually makes me smile if I hear them every now and then. But in the long run this is not so fun no matter if the music is inspired by a bee in the dream world or not. Yes, according to Wikipedia DVAR's music is inspired by a bee in the dream world.

Dream world or not, the music tends to be not so interesting after a while. I think to maintain the listeners interest the music need to evolve into something else than just the same stuff over and over and over again. Maybe an idea would be to try some new things that maybe are not influenced by dream world bees?
May 13 2011

John Wikström

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