Much like a pick’n’mix selection of sweets Sloth draw their influences widely which are dropped in to a blender with the output containing retro-sounds which appear vaguely familiar, though are in reality a bespoke concoction of psychedelic-delights that leave the listener grinning, inanely, from ear to ear.
They recently released the LP 2-D (available on bandcamp) – an approximately thirty seven minutes, eight track, reveal which is best approached when there is no need to be in charge of machinery for the ensuing twenty-four hours.
By way of an introduction to a band I look forward to hearing more from in due course – Treat Summer Like Wine.
Their latest single, Wiracje, was released on the 18th. Call The Sun are able to invest in their output a shadowy presence, which raises the bar from, what is at its core, indie-dance to compositions of multi-layering giving their music, with its combinations of electronics and instrumentation, a sound in which the listener can find plenty to investigate and discover emotional pull as the lyric contemplates of memories of special moments, be they good or bad, that add the richness of life’s tapestry.
Taking a zany mincer to dubstep the duo deliver music which is sliced with off-beat trajectories of electronics that encase the voice and resultingly has the captivated listener bouncing around the room in accompaniment.
Taken from their most recent release Diamond (available on bandcamp) – the title track in video format – as envisaged by the visual artist Tusia Dąbrowska.