The Japanese based New Zealand ambient drone project There’s too much revealed the latest song 生四 Farisa (the girl with the golden voice) on the 4th.
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Unlike previous material featured by There’s Too Much since introduction in 2013, 生四 Farisa (the girl with the golden voice), doesn’t fill the room with an oppressive dystopian darkness – though do bear in mind drone is never chirpy, it does however fill the room with a carrier signal which burrows deep in to the mind, extending for a margin under six and five sixths minutes.
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The Japan based ambient-electronica project There’s too much releases the LP SWM WTH ME on the 23rd.
There’s too much – cogs
From the forthcoming album; Cogs has a demeanour that draws the listener to thoughts of sailing amongst icebergs with the creaking ice towering overhead whilst the various hues of colour are refracted in the sunlight in a song that finds the audience both immersed in the stunning architecture, whilst simultaneously a shiver runs down the spine with the sense of the surrounding menace.
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The New Zealand originating There’s Too Much released the four track EP There’s Too Much For earlier this year.
There’s Too Much – the ice is lemon (parachan)
The final piece on the release is the ice is lemon (parachan).
There’s Too Much For is available on bandcamp.
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Originally from New Zealand and first reviewed just over a year ago There’s Too Much released an EP a couple of months ago.
There’s Too Much – There’s Too Much For – Art Work
The four track release There’s Too Much For is available on bandcamp. Track three on the release is P & S which has also appeared as a video.
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There’s Too Much, originally from New Zealand, has just completed a new EP set for release imminently.
There’s Too Much
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