Fenne Lily is an English fragile-acoustics creator.
Although with only a few songs around it is little surprise Fenne Lily is establishing a rapidly burgeoning audience.
A haunting vocal is matched by equally spectral instrumentation with the listener pondering how it was that the gossamer threading compositions managed to not break on the way out of the speakers. It is the finely woven intricacy of lacework that affords Fenne Lily the commanding presence which transfixes the audience as they come across the music.
The most recent track to surface – What’s Good – has a poise that captivates the mind due entirely to the delicate filaments of architecture.
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The US darkwave creator Serge Bulat released the EP Third World Walker on the 17th.
There is a lustrous munificence which surfaces through the speakers on hitting play on the circa twenty two minutes, four tracks of Third World Walker (available on bandcamp) that spills across the room in thick velvet cloaking of luxuriant texture in which the listener is invited to be cradled in tender, though, menacing embrace.
It is through the juxtapositions of softness of feel and coercive intent that gives the music its intensity and encirclement of the audience, making it of such intrigue.
My selection is the second number – Red Shift Motel.
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