Overdoes Kunst - Non-Form Material Machine
Postmoderncore is a great CD-R label that is more than generous with its samples and whole-album downloads, and is a perfect place to begin to taste some music you might not have sought out otherwise. The emphasis is on ambient drone, and no one on the label is more worthy of tasting than Japan’s Overdoes Kunst. “Non-Form Material Machine” explores the deep drone with hypnotic minimalism (“i should want to be alan lomax in new domain”) and with a mix of acoustic instruments and vocals (“464”; “requia for ethnic cleansing”). “medium’s message” and “de-employed,” both gorgeous and guitar-driven, are the most accessible for newbies, but are big payoffs for seasoned fans as well. Overall, this is a quiet, beautiful soundscape with just enough edge to keep one from getting comfortable. It plays like the soundtrack to a David Lynch movie about meditation.
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