bandcamp review ft. a static intermission and monde ufo

a static intermission

After listening to a static intermission’s catalogue, I was pretty much blown away. The experimental lo-fi vibration is a mesmerizing journey through faded sounds and weathered sonic textures.

His tracks combine dreamy guitar riffs with layers of distorted vocals, thus creating a unique and immersive landscape of sound.

Despite its lo-fi production, the tracks are surprisingly rich and nuanced, with intricate sonic details that seem to glisten upon repeated listens. The track’s experimental nature is both its strength and its charm, as it constantly surprises and challenges the listener with unexpected twists and turns of a cryptic nature.

At the end of the night, a static intermission is an experimental sound that is bold and showcases the artist’s creative vision and technical prowess.

monde ufo

Monde UFO’s eclectic sound is a genre-bending masterpiece that defies categorization. The tracks fuse elements of experimental pop and bedroom music into a seamless and captivating sound of muted subliminal glory.

Despite its low-fidelity production, the song’s sonic palette is incredibly rich and varied, featuring latin undertones and muted vocals that create a hypnotic and otherworldly atmosphere of bliss.

What’s most impressive about their sound is their sheer creativity and originality. Monde UFO fearlessly experiments with different sounds and genres, pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in music and creating something truly unique in the process.

Monde UFO showcases the artist’s boundless imagination and artistic vision. It’s a must-listen for anyone who loves music that’s daring, innovative, and unafraid to take the dive into the great unknown.


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Ellis Walker

Poet and freelance journalist.