Monday, November 13, 2017

LFC – Maggots In My Tongue (2010)


  • Avant-garde 
  • Experimentalism 
  • Freeformfreakout 
  • Leftfield 
  • Non-music 
  • Psycho-acoustic

Comment: it's time to arrive at Lucas Pastina aka LFC's music. The Brazilian persona non grata in music sets up something truly provokingly dysfunctional through these 9 compositions. The more I listen to it the more I feel I am being surrounded by our distant forefathers coming out of the Stone Age. Their dysfunctional speech and lack of articulation do shift the listener's perception through rough vowel effects, let's try to be without any adornments, just spooky moaning. Our dear forefathers as zombies. Do you think such sort of sound has never had any impact on pop music? You are wrong. Some music critics consider Captain Beefheart's Trout Mask Replica the most innovative chapter within the history of pop music. LFC is here without blues, without no musical accompaniment altogether. Just some sonic effects, cold reverberations and sharp clashes are up there to deviate a possibly more coherent impact you could otherwise pick up on it. In a word, it is a ruthless example of sound yet the surrounding life is clearly more remorseless. Moreover, deranged madmen in music used to spill their seminal seeds for the forthcoming generations given that insanity is a driving force to move the ideas further. If you are thinking of the title and the cover print as disgusting you would change your mind by thinking of it as nutritionally highly caloric. You will get nourished. Frankly, it is frantic.
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