Exeisms :: Problem Locket (Buried In Time)

A mysterious void of muddy bass that trickles around loosely tied electro signatures. Subdued and often calm from start to end, each piece taps into the electronic noise arena with a presence that is mechanically rich in texture and soul.

Exeisms 'Problem Locket'

[Listen | Purchase] The oscillation between experimenting with instruments and software should always be a careful process. Now add the factor of distance separating the musicians (a collaboration between Ignatius and Müd) involved with the obscure Exeisms moniker, and you have Problem Locket, a six-track synopsis of derailed electrical detail. The folks at Buried In Time have caught our ears the past several months with their consistent release-schedule offering distorted (yet functional) electro-infested rhythms that ferment in a sea of digital-to-analog debris. Now it’s time for Exeisms:

As with most imprints, word-of-mouth (ear, in this case), is usually the only way to embed sonic-flexing into the music libraries of fans around the globe. With Exeisms’ Problem Locket, there’s a mysterious void of muddy bass that trickles around loosely tied electro signatures. Subdued and often calm from start to end, each piece taps into the electronic noise arena with a presence that is mechanically rich in texture and soul. The repetitive pattering of beats and atmospheric smearing breathes life into the birthing machines used (and abused) during creation. And even with the decay of electronics (like a pitched down Richard Devine track), Problem Locket demonstrates darkness and a grove of rhythmic complexity without a loss of focus. Thirty-seven minutes isn’t a whole lot of time to work with, however, Exeisms stretches the boundaries quite literally as decomposed beats and bass get lost in the process. A well crafted sojourn to temporarily forget your problems.

Problem Locket is out now on Buried In Time. [Listen | Purchase]

TAGS: , , ,

0 Comments

You can be the first one to leave a comment.

Leave a Comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.