She Killed In Ecstasy – Low & Bitter – Single Review

The US ambient-wave project, from the USA, She Killed In Ecstasy fairly regularly features on the site, the newest track – Low & Bitter – came out a few hours ago.

She Killed In Ecstasy - Low & Bitter

She Killed In Ecstasy

Low & Bitter is of different counterpane than music previously featured with the glitchy sawing of the electronica, which had been a core element, completely disappearing to be replaced by a soft sanding and thereby creating a hum of immersive ambience which eases in to the mind and slows the sparking of the synapses, inviting the listener to settle back and slough away the bustle of the day.

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She Killed In Ecstasy – Raw – Single Review

Inside the past twenty four hours the US electronics-angst project She Killed In Ecstasy revealed a new song.

She Killed In Ecstasy - Raw

She Killed In Ecstasy

Raw is, as it formulates on the tin, a disembowelling fulmination of a world which derides suffering and applauds the suicide jumper falling from a roof top whilst frantically pressing the ‘livestream button’ in a vainglorious attempt to seek approval for being so ‘cool and callous’, in an acid derision of all that is wrong with a populace who takes such as enjoyment, as The Romans did, with their Gladiator fights in amphitheaters – as the allegory of Nero fiddling fingers whilst Rome burnt which currently evokes the mindset of far too many, until such time as the crashing realisation that egotistical vanity is mere self-imploding egregiousness.

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She Killed In Ecstasy – Radical Faction – Single Review

The US experimental electronics project She Killed In Ecstasy was introduced earlier in the year.

She Killed In Ecstasy - Radical Faction

She Killed In Ecstasy

Within the past few hours the latest track – Radical Faction has been made available.

Just under three and half minutes of buzzing electronics are conducted inside an insistent looping beat and the listener gets the sense of electro-static humming around a generator. Providing the audience with an almost tangible feeling of the transience of the sound-waves.

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She Killed In Ecstasy – The Dangers Of Smiling – Audio

She Killed In Ecstasy is the experimental electronics project of Clay Smith from the USA.

She Killed In Ecstacy

She Killed In Ecstacy




Splitting time between film writing and creating minimalist experimentalism Clay Smith regularly releases music through the She Killed In Ecstasy project.

The most recent being the light-fantastic just under two and three quarter minute The Dangers Of Smiling, that surfaced on the 11th, which trips around the room like a spring shower of rain forming individual splash puddles of its own formation.

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