Background/Info: Berlin (Germany) based Joey Gonzalez aka Blush Response strikes back with four new pieces.
Content: The sound remains driven by hard-pumping bass drums and dark, hypnotic, sound treatments. The work is sophisticated although given me the sensation of improvised parts. I noticed some fragmented vocals (-effects) on the last cut.
+ + + : Blush Response composes Techno music for dark souls and future generations living in the underworld. It’s a complex-like composition taking off in a hypnotic way. “Demon In Pain” is however my favorite piece for its great sound treatments and bouncing effect.
– – – : Quite curiously the title track is the single one that can’t convince me for being too Experimental. It all sounds like pure improvisation resulting in a chaotic piece.
Conclusion: Blush Response remains a unique project symbolizing the darker and unexplored side of Techno music.
Best songs: “Demon In Pain”, “Chronovisor”.
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