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Psychon – “Slow Country for Old Men” (Narrominded)

cover-artwork-nm032-psychon-slow-country-for-old-menAmbient Electronic Mixture | Regardless what anyone may think, Psychon has not been asleep for the past five years. After releasing “apocalypse has been dubbed the weekend pill", the band submerged into a sea of sounds redescovering new textures, shapes and forms of music. Eventually that led them to a path where different musical tastes were found.


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It is good to notice how the words “new” and “discover” can easily merge into what we usually call “evolution”. So basically this means Lars Meijer, Coen Polack and Jantijn Prins bring us this new release as the result of the progressive change on their musical tastes. The complexity and density of their tracks remain intact, but the several layers of sound are now refined.

Field recordings, electronic minimalism and acoustic maximalism” were blent with such various styles, redefining the band's bounderies in a studio. They reconstructed their own patterns of what music production might be, allowing the existence of new sonorities, where there is no space for inconsistency. Everything plays a specific role in the track as a whole, letting harmony breath there. The long tracks counteract the short ones and give the record a certain dynamic.

Ultimately, fluidity is the key-word.

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Download: Psychon – "Slow Country for Old Men" (ZIP-Archive)
Artist-Website: Psychon
Release: Psychon – "Slow Country for Old Men"
Netlabel: www.narrominded.com

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Phlow-Author Rute This article was written on 2.October 2009 by Rute. Rute Correia is netaudio enthusiast from Lisbon, Portugal. She produces and hosts an exclusively netaudio dedicated radio show/podcast named "Marca Branca". She is also a part of the Beats Play Free a portuguese netaudio supporters community. And loves a little bit of almost every music gender. Read more articles written by .

2 comments

  • can't stand it, sorry...

    Gravatar of Bettina Bettina said on
    5. Oct 2009 at 1:45 pm
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  • What do you think? I love the track floridaestefan which is graced with some surprising and beautiful harmonies and has wonderful looseness about it. Plus, I'm always a sucker for a saxamophone.

    Gravatar of Greg Healey Greg Healey said on
    13. Oct 2009 at 5:18 pm
    Link #2