MeVdA (Switzerland) and Xtematic (Croatia) team up for a new split tape self-released by L’è Tütt Folklor Records and Xtematic.
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Xtematic will receive his copies soon.
“MeVdA explores new paths including some synth sounds that collide with noise streams, loop tapes, drone layers and concrete elements. “Scare To Care” is divided into two movements:
“I: Too Scared” starts with a heavy synth sound and evolves into a multilayered collage of noises and drones that slowly falls and transmutes into “II: Trying To Care”. Loop tapes produce a mix of dreamy but scary sounds that then mutate with strange rhythms created by concrete elements that give a sort of post industrial feeling.
Xtematic presents 4 tracks that span a quite different palette of tastes and techniques. The first track starts with some strange sort of “underwater sounds” interposed with discharges of harsh noise. The second track follows the same structure with unique sounds that recreate uneasiness. The third track has a “jazzy” feeling and is probably the real surprise of this side. Noise takes over after a couple of minutes and invests you without mercy. The forth and last track, entitled “Future Doom Manifestus”, starts slowly to then be hit by a huge thunderstorm.”
C60 limited to 30 copies.