Future Daughter & Matthew D. Gantt :: Ekphrasis / Plastics EP (Orange Milk)

The listener enters in a delirious and vast collection of amorphous sounds, punchy electronic grooves, spacey droning textures and erratic collages. For fans of transversal electronics and free-form musical avant-gardism.

Orange Milk is an independent and experimental music label with an interest for unusual sounding experiences, from dada-esque collages to surreal pop art tendencies, minimal and kinetic electronics. Ekphrasis / Plastics is really representative of the musical and sonorous adventures promoted by the label. This album is a debut extended player considered as a split with NYC based artist Matthew D. Gantt and Future Daughter. The listener enters in a delirious and vast collection of amorphous sounds, punchy electronic grooves, spacey droning textures and erratic collages. The general mood is turned to sonic meditations and theatrical post-modern sceneries with an inclination for modular sound frequencies and Alien-like sci-fi atmospheres. The orchestration is massively synthetic, sometimes retro-ish with dense drones, obsessional then fractal electronic oscillations and sampling technics. Imagine an impossible meeting between Giorgio Moroder, Wim Mertens, Innovative Communication, synth-pop and mainstream house disco poptronics and you’ll approximately have an idea. A very difficult listening experience but it deserves a chance and it is worth to consider for fans of transversal electronics and free-form musical avant-gardism.

Ekphrasis / Plastics is available on Orange Milk.

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