Efermix - Undolate
New Wave, IDM "Feed your birds, Folks!" Is the quote on the back of this Cd case. Right. So I'm really excited about hearing this totally obscure and bizarre creation. Spot the sarcasm.

The attempt to kill me through sending me far too many bizarre Electronic albums is beginning to succeed. G-Flat is exactly that, a relatively upbeat number that is far too House-like for me to have any interest in it. The album cover has a lot of birds, and the artist looks like Moby. Result.

Neither "Undolate" or "Brackback" really impress me either, I'm sure the nice bass and soft synthetic programming will be ideal to fans of that kind of chillout music, but this really does so little for me, and I'm afraid it's going to need something miracle-worthy to save this. Like a cover of Death in June's "Carousel".

Maybe I'm just not "into" this kind of sound, the internet zines liked this EP, and I'm actually quite fond of the track "Tropaque", with it's gabber sound and intense bassbeat.

The final track does nothing for me either, and "Music for Eccentric People" should be renamed to "Music for Axel Rose". Not worth my time, but the effort is noticeable, and track four is a good listen.
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Efermix - Undolate

1.5
"Kill it with fire"
Released off label 2006
"Feed your birds, Folks!" Is the quote on the back of this Cd case. Right. So I'm really excited about hearing this totally obscure and bizarre creation. Spot the sarcasm.

The attempt to kill me through sending me far too many bizarre Electronic albums is beginning to succeed. G-Flat is exactly that, a relatively upbeat number that is far too House-like for me to have any interest in it. The album cover has a lot of birds, and the artist looks like Moby. Result.

Neither "Undolate" or "Brackback" really impress me either, I'm sure the nice bass and soft synthetic programming will be ideal to fans of that kind of chillout music, but this really does so little for me, and I'm afraid it's going to need something miracle-worthy to save this. Like a cover of Death in June's "Carousel".

Maybe I'm just not "into" this kind of sound, the internet zines liked this EP, and I'm actually quite fond of the track "Tropaque", with it's gabber sound and intense bassbeat.

The final track does nothing for me either, and "Music for Eccentric People" should be renamed to "Music for Axel Rose". Not worth my time, but the effort is noticeable, and track four is a good listen.
Jan 01 2007

Off label

Official release released by the artist themselves without the backing of a label.

Nick Quarm

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Writer and contributor on Brutal Resonance

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