I Just Got Insane - In Deiner Welt
Darkwave The first album 'In Deiner Welt', by Stax Malaphar to promote her project 'I Just Got Insane'.
Stax tells us that the lyrics come from her experiences. Also that we should expect music of a colourful nature, an experimental mix of electronic and rock music.

The album begins with an instrumental track called 'Abandon', I can listen to it, it's not bad but as experimentation, it could only be described as an experiment in 'tapping'.

We proceed with 'ZuWeitAllein', now we have vocals and the real problems begin. They are just not good to say the least. The title track for me 'In Deiner Welt' is much worse. At least the previous track had some kind of tune I could listen too.

In 'Es war dochnurein Kind', I can really hear something there at times, it's even melodic in places, but suddenly we get a tempo change and vocals and it's just bad again. I think we could do without the echoing vocals also as it makes it even worse. 'Die Staatsreligion ft. Rash Vinea' - there is no point in repeating myself. 'Time to Terminate', once again with different vocals, could be I feel a decent track.

In 'In Den Tot', 'Ritter' or 'Maschinenmensch' there is nothing for me, either musically or vocally. In my opinion these tracks are not experimental, they are just bad to poor electronica. 'Scherbenspiel', is a little better with more of a rock sound.

'Schutt und Asche', just does not do anything or go anywhere and seems totally pointless. Finally we have 'Es war dochnurein Kind (chord-version)' , this might be quite nice without the vocals, just as the first version.


Conclusion:
I can only score two out of ten, one for some of the music and one for effort, and then I feel I maybe being too lenient. My advice would be to concentrate on making music and find a vocalist or a band. But it is done with passion and effort I can tell that much and this I sincerely admire always.
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I Just Got Insane - In Deiner Welt

2.0
"Worthless"
Released 2011 by Black I.P Studio
The first album 'In Deiner Welt', by Stax Malaphar to promote her project 'I Just Got Insane'.
Stax tells us that the lyrics come from her experiences. Also that we should expect music of a colourful nature, an experimental mix of electronic and rock music.

The album begins with an instrumental track called 'Abandon', I can listen to it, it's not bad but as experimentation, it could only be described as an experiment in 'tapping'.

We proceed with 'ZuWeitAllein', now we have vocals and the real problems begin. They are just not good to say the least. The title track for me 'In Deiner Welt' is much worse. At least the previous track had some kind of tune I could listen too.

In 'Es war dochnurein Kind', I can really hear something there at times, it's even melodic in places, but suddenly we get a tempo change and vocals and it's just bad again. I think we could do without the echoing vocals also as it makes it even worse. 'Die Staatsreligion ft. Rash Vinea' - there is no point in repeating myself. 'Time to Terminate', once again with different vocals, could be I feel a decent track.

In 'In Den Tot', 'Ritter' or 'Maschinenmensch' there is nothing for me, either musically or vocally. In my opinion these tracks are not experimental, they are just bad to poor electronica. 'Scherbenspiel', is a little better with more of a rock sound.

'Schutt und Asche', just does not do anything or go anywhere and seems totally pointless. Finally we have 'Es war dochnurein Kind (chord-version)' , this might be quite nice without the vocals, just as the first version.


Conclusion:
I can only score two out of ten, one for some of the music and one for effort, and then I feel I maybe being too lenient. My advice would be to concentrate on making music and find a vocalist or a band. But it is done with passion and effort I can tell that much and this I sincerely admire always.
Apr 01 2012

Danya Malashenkov

info@brutalresonance.com
Writer and contributor on Brutal Resonance

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