The Indian introspective-electronica project Socially Altered was introduced last year.
The newest track Limbo, due for release on the 21st of July on bandcamp, is a reflection of disturbed sleep patterns and on understanding the concept the discordant careening of electronics, instrumentation and vocal that surface in to the room, makes perfect sense, in what is an expressionist composition, though unlikely to hold the attention of those who like their music neatly aligned with a clear direction of travel.
The various elements slip in and out of alignment, clash with each other on timing and key as Limbo aurally depicts the nature of broken slumber.
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The introspective-rock project of Krishnendu Ghosal – Socially Altered from India releases his début three track single Resurgence on the 11th.
In Socially Altered the listener discovers music that is simultaneously bleak, whilst being cathartic.
The deep string bending bass opening the second track of the three on Resurgence – Cancer For The Soul – embraces the mind from which it will not let its grip relax for the five and a quarter minutes of its journey. The scattered percussion gives an air of the unexpected and guitar weaves its way through tempo and structure while the almost chanting vocal spirals round the brain.
Socially Altered provides material in which the listener is luxuriantly able to slough the dead-weight of the darkest emotions in the mesmeric compositions.
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