Let me introduce you the cast of ZONE:
– Coins as footsteps on gravel
– Newspaper as dripping water
– Resonating fan as wind and just a threatening fan
– Several drinking glasses with varying amounts of water as extras
– Piano as piano
– Tons of effects as toxic green
Recording this kind of stuff really makes you feel like a mad scientist. Or just a regular crazy person. Fun.
You gotta have balance. In life, music and bank account.
After last weeks rumble, the balance is provided by EVERPOOL. It’s pop-classical, of a very visual fashion.
So, sit back, close your eyes and take a journey into a magical la la land.
Sometimes it’s necessary to make therapeutic music: Music mostly for myself, for the sake my mental health. And if folks find use for this sort of monstrosities, that’s a nice bonus.
What makes a good therapeutic making of a song then? Beats me. I’ve been doing improvisation based stuff as well as highly mathematical, very strict compositions. And blues, pop and classical and so on.
I guess the healing ingredient is just to make whatever seems fun at the moment.
RENT IS TOO HIGH is definitely a “leave ur brain off before entering”-kinda piece. It’s loud, rude and crude. Aesthetically it falls into the “ugly is beautiful”-category.
And it was a blast to make.
And then it’s time for some nice electric storms, gigantic neon signs and never-ending rain.
Unlike many other old sub-genres of sci-fi, cyberpunk doesn’t feel dated. It’s still a scary what if-scenario about the future.
Sure, we nowdays have mechanical hearts, cybercrime and oculus rift. And robotic prostheses and segways and virtual reality. And we’ve got laser eye surgery, self-tuning guitars, smart phones and the internets…
Ok, now that I give it a second thought, cyberpunk doesn’t feel that futuristic anymore. It feels like today! Welcome to the future, my past self!
Soundtracko cyberpunko: NOMADO FUTURO.