Aloric – It Doesn’t Matter – Single Review

The English melancholia project Aloric released the single It Doesn’t Matter earlier in the month.

Aloric - It Doesn't Matter

Aloric

Always of forlorn countenance Aloric approaches each composition with a different set of tools.

There is a slightly experimental feel and structure to It Doesn’t Matter which gives the just over four and two thirds minutes track a disorientation that enhances the sense of dark measure. The addition of Saxophone – performed by Juliet D. Rondeaut – that feeds in to the latter half of the composition (available on bandcamp), provides a haunting isolation which chills the marrow-bone of the listener for some little-while after the track has concluded.

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aloric – Fate – Single Review

The English melancholic-rock project aloric released the single Fate within the past twenty four hours.

aloric - Fate

aloric

Akin to previous material by aloricFate (available on bandcamp) gracefully floats around the room. On this occasion with a more orchestrated and layered feel with greater emphasis on both bowed and strummed strings, whilst giving vocal more prominence and the opportunity to soar in emotional turmoil giving the track a melancholic temperament that holds the attention.

Another piece of music well worth adding to the collection and again demonstrating that aloric have the ability to turn bleakness into poignant beauty.

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Aloric – Grace – Single Review

Aloric is a relatively new experimental-electronic-rock outfit from England.

Aloric - Grace

Aloric

Their latest track, Grace, which came out on the 9th and available on bandcamp, has a very different dimension to the sound than which they were introduced a few months ago as Aloric deliver a fluidity of ambient electronics, which gradually picks up pace through the elegant seven and almost a third minutes of rearranging mood.

The smartly crafted development of Grace ensures that the listener remains attentive to the evolving composition, which like wax dripping down the side of a candle flows from warming melt to hardened sculptures of mystical shapes as the ethereal vocal guides the way through the journey.

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