Medical Breaths Electro, Industrial Velapene Screen And so we are here again with a CD of electro that floats somewhere between harsh or brutal and soft or nice. Strange music by my opinion. I suppose the description that comes along with the CD suits it good; a mix of schizoid cut-up, hip-hop influenced electro rhymes dressed in playful melodies. The music feels positive, something cheerful and still you want to dance. There's a movement in the music that makes a constant change and because of that it's never boring. Because electro isn't my favourite kind of music I demand high standards on the music if I am to like it and Velapene Screen fulfils these standards well. The track names are a bit funny, maybe a bit typical for the genre men they still feel fresh and you aren't going to be disappointed. Some favourites are "Vanillafant", "Every Bad Is Good" and the soft "Courtesy Hole". "Vanillafant" alone is a reason to buy this record. Great design is another. This record is of that sort that you?d like to have lying at your stereo because it looks good and the music is good too. This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com 450
Brutal Resonance

Velapene Screen - Medical Breaths

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2004 by Frozen Empire Media
And so we are here again with a CD of electro that floats somewhere between harsh or brutal and soft or nice. Strange music by my opinion. I suppose the description that comes along with the CD suits it good; a mix of schizoid cut-up, hip-hop influenced electro rhymes dressed in playful melodies.

The music feels positive, something cheerful and still you want to dance. There's a movement in the music that makes a constant change and because of that it's never boring. Because electro isn't my favourite kind of music I demand high standards on the music if I am to like it and Velapene Screen fulfils these standards well.

The track names are a bit funny, maybe a bit typical for the genre men they still feel fresh and you aren't going to be disappointed. Some favourites are "Vanillafant", "Every Bad Is Good" and the soft "Courtesy Hole". "Vanillafant" alone is a reason to buy this record. Great design is another. This record is of that sort that you?d like to have lying at your stereo because it looks good and the music is good too.

This review was written 2004 and initially published on Neurozine.com Jan 01 2004

John Wikström

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