Kemek :: Forced Perspective (Self Released)

A self-published digital opus where Adam Douglas decides to challenge hermetical musical frontiers by giving to his original compositional signature an almost shoegazing modern dream pop flavor.

Kemek :: Forced Perspective

Based in Japan, Adam Douglas (aka Kemek) is a versatile and eclectic-tinged electronic musician who has produced a bunch of intriguing efforts on various imprints and self-releases. His original stylistic approach mixes elements of futuristic synth-pop infused soundscapes with post-techno patterns and down tempo chill-out/ambient tendencies.

Forced Perspective is a self-published digital opus where Adam Douglas decides to challenge hermetical musical frontiers by giving to his original compositional signature an almost shoegazing modern dream pop flavor. The result is pleasant, soulful and pretty interesting for fans of IDM, post-rock and kinetic electronic music. We can notice slow moving and melodious rockin chords on the evanescent and ghostly “Forever Cassingle” and “Sample & Hold Me Forever,” mechanical-almost funky minimal grooves on “Falling,” a subtle medley of dreamlike acoustic timbres and discreet pulsating grooves in the self-titled track and ultra minimal droned-out vibes on the seducing “It’s for you.”

Thanks to its vast array of catchy ideas and playful instrumental sections Forced Perspective is a convincing and invigorating electro pop rockin’ album. A boundless enthusiastic like mood envelops the whole album. Recommended for fans of Helios, Flutterspot, God Is An Astronaut and anything related.

Forced Perspective is available on Bandcamp.

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