Mother Of Mars
With the stunningly talented Satomi Matsuzaki along for the journey, Mother of Mars return with Harmonium Detector. The EP that accompanies the single features various remixes that enable likeminded music wizards such as Max Pask to throw more fuel on the fire. From their roots in the post-punk outfit The Rapture, Vito Roccoforte and Gabriel Adruzzi bring their enchanting rhythms to the dance music scene. Capturing the feel and power of the inner world with a sensation-driven and progressive writing style, Mother Of Mars define a new tangent on electronic music production.
A sinister sounding bass tone unveils with a pulsing rhythm that pops and breaks with snare and thud. Playful vocals then swagger in with deft rhythmic strides. Layers of voice meet the melodious take-off in synth as the song begins. The vocal percussive from the intro remain and the vocal line avenues over the top. A smooth and fun energy leads up along the musical path with wide-eyed fascination and form. We feel like skipping in a loose zig-zag into long grasses and flowers. The progressive rhythm builds with subtle valance toward intensity. New sonics emerge from the mysterious creative energy to help the music culminate in a desire to hear it over and over again.
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