1 month ago, 11 June 2014 · 4 notes
Just before I started to listen to Triple Sun's latest album on the recently launched Forum Absurdum imprint, related to the Bratislava-based DIY club Fuga (one of the best industrial venues in the city), I’d heard the new Plastikman album.
For some reason, it seemed as if these two were distant relatives of the lysergic lineage. Trippy, abstract electronics, digitally polished and ruminating, wandering and getting lost in subtle echoes, like on the former’s “Macro”, a labyrinthian maze of sounds, the Minotaur hiding in a Plato’s cave.
In its sonic experimentalism, it sometimes alludes to the heydey of the 90ties IDM scene, the Autechres and whatnot, but it is far from an epigon of a bygone era. It has its ebbs and flows, it’s menacing and mellow at the same time.
Triple Sun is a new project which emerged on the ever-vibrant Bratislava electronic scene, composed of active musicians armed with modular synths and plenty of vigour to explore the offbeat side of contemporary electronics.Reblog Like