|fenwar wrote on 26/08/08, 1:51 pm|
|"verging on the genius"? Come on. The man *is* a genius. If he's verging on anything then yes, he is verging on complete and utter barking insanity. But no musician can put a smile on my face like Aleksi Eeben can, he owns a unique place in the musical universe.|
If you're looking for something slightly more accessible try his monotonik release "Three Times the Music" (MTK183) - its marginally less mindblowing for the average human, although still unmistakably Eeben.
As for this release: pure unadulterated joy from start to finish.
|zombie wrote on 05/07/08, 5:14 am|
|Wasn't really into this, too random|
|JRice wrote on 04/07/08, 11:02 pm|
|Reminds me of some of the 8bit stuff you can find out there these days... but with high-quality sounds. ...It's the strange musical playfulness (and lack of seriousness) that hearkens. |
Definitely not my cuppa... and not something I would recommend to anyone who isn't extremely daring. ...And enjoys silly music. : )
|die_z wrote on 04/07/08, 8:28 pm|
|wow! since the first listening I've been feeling an incredible spatial sensation, never knowing where I'd land, still having the grip to find my way inside the sound stream.|
|Cliche wrote on 04/07/08, 6:05 pm|
|Its almost as if he has taken concepts, and morphed them into something almost cartoonish and at times, comical. All of the tracks have a very unique style, I cant decide whether to call it primitive or extremely complex. All that said, it is a very enjoyable release with constant twists and turns and the more you listen to it, the more the tracks begin to grow on you. |
Favorite track: champion
Keep up the good work Mr.. Aleksi Eeben