Side Line Music Magazine review on Biomass: Electrozali

“Electrozali” is the third opus from the Greek experimental Biomass project. The tracks move in between pure experimentalism and soundscape style. The global atmosphere is frozen, which might be contradictory when realizing that a lot of sounds have been sampled from the Cretan lyra. I personally had a warmer consonance from this instrument in mind, but we all know studio production is able to transform all kind of sounds into something new. Another characteristic from this opus is the rhythmic sections. It injects a kind of boost to the tracks although we’re not moving into danceable or other technoid fields. The title track is a little jewel in minimalism. The rhythmic reminds me of the speed of Suicide (but mixed in the background) while the Cretan lyra here creates a smoother feeling. Extremes are sometimes touching each other to create a piece of magic. Another rather similar track is “Near End”. It’s more repetitive, but the sequences are quite enjoyable. “Electrozali” is definitely an album that will please a very restricted number of music lovers, but I’m sure those experimental lovers will fully enjoy it!
(DP:6/7)DP.
Band: www.biomass-av.com / www.myspace.com/biomasselectronics
Label: www.lowimpedance.net / www.myspace.com/lowimpedance

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