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Nueva Era – NO JOY: Creep (Ep, Mexican Summer, 2017)

Dejando atrás y algo de lado esa tendencia visceral y algo autodestructiva de sus últimas producciones, el dúo canadiense NO JOY tiran hacia sonidos algo más cercanos al Shoegaze como lo conocemos tradicionalmente, e incluso con influencias del Post-Punk. Un Ep que les puede abrir una nueva era en su música.

“As the principal writer of their past catalog, White-Gluz steers the material on CREEP in new directions, drawing on varied influences ranging from Industrial to New Age. With co-writer and producer Jorge Elbrecht, the pair create a soundscape that is both familiar and fresh. Tracked in Montreal at Hotel 2 Tango and in White-Gluz’s Little Italy apartment, the sound is huge. Dynamic juxtapositions of dark and light, feminine and virile are cemented together with their signature earworm hooks. No Joy are challenging themselves by distancing from the traditional rock band formula, creating a new live show to accompany the release.
By taking control of their new direction, it’s the beginning of a new era for No Joy”

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18 abril, 2017 Posted by | No Joy | Deja un comentario

   

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