On the 28th of April the downtempo LP in half by the Swedish musician david shouji was released.
A half a dozen track album, available on bandcamp, of instrumentation, voice and electronica that is drawn from a personal introspective, even adding recollected samples from early material, which doesn’t however leave the listener out in the cold as the ambient flow of unflustered frequencies envelopes the room in a meditative calmness extending an invitation for the audience to contemplate their own narrative.
Memory Lane Drift is the closing song.
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Returning with a quite different thought process to music previously featured – the Swedish creator david shouji surfaced recently with the triphop track tachi.
The only sadness in the latest reveal (available on bandcamp) being that tachi only lasts for less than three and a sixth minutes.
Prior to going anywhere near the play button – turn down the lights and draw the curtains to become fully immersed in the bending bubbles of lava lamp wax which reshape as they almost reach touching distance, only to float away in abstractions of interlocking multi-dimensional fractals.
I fully enjoyed the experimental diametric of previous material featured, I equally take delight in this far more amorphous flow – ergo – it will be intriguing to discover in which persona david shouji will next appear.
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The Swedish ambient-wave project david shouji released the EP Duskpoint on the 22nd.
Combinations of chipped hip-hop loops and Far Eastern chord structures enables david shouji to deliver an intriguing soundtrack, in Duskpoint (available on bandcamp), that melts in to the ears leaving the listener resting in the calming atmosphere.
The second track is Myogi Nights.
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