Sunday, November 19, 2017

Cecilia Lopez & Wenchi Lazo – Abailable (2017)



  • Experimental electronica 
  • Avant-electronica 
  • Electronic music 
  • Improvised music 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Avant-garde

Comment: thereafter I had perceived the analogue charm of Death Tricheco's Party Music I felt strong discrepancy with 6-track release (clocking in at a 49-minute) because it seemed to be so modern, straightforward and aggressively incisive. Cecilia had played synths and Wenchi had played on electronic drums but it was being very far away from any kind of electronic device-led pop music. It immediately embarked on with culminating progressions giving no traditional way to progress stepwise into something bigger and enchanting. Later on, the culminating peaks would be reconstructed and you could see more sublime effects and distinctive features covering the bottom. From the top to its very bottom. The electronic gross sonic volume would be minimised and changed into different lines and segmentations having been followed by one another. At the final part the music is being dominated by grayish electronic torrents and intense signal-alike rushes. That's effective. That's the effect. In the final track you would be a witness of the duo's tongue-in-cheek attitude. The ear-provoking issue is a part of the discography of Pan Y Rosas Discos, an active imprint from Chicago, Illinois.
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