Starry-Eyed Electronica That Sits Softly In Clever Obscurity From Austin's Panjoma
Blissful glitchy electronic ambrosia gets another A-list entry with the latest single from Austin's Panjoma. The music is described as a “gateway drug” by Amplify Music and involves the skilful attributes of Patrik Nilsson with technology and the synonymous vocals of Mary Panjoma. Utilising a host of live and studio talent to bring their productions to vivid life, the group have quickly established a platform across multiple genres of media. Having scored the soundtrack to the indie horror film 'Psympatico', enjoyed licensing of their music in various documentaries and ads, and featured in the soundtrack for a video-game trailer, the new material is definitely worth paying attention to.
Shimmering snare and bass with a topping of cymbals breaks out with a burst of sunny synthesiser that releases showers of fragrant colour with sonic ingenuity. The tones begin to dissemble with various angular breaks and echo forms looping oddity and layered perspectives. The synthesiser cuts to reveal the bejewelled percussion just for a moment until it folds back in with the addition of subtle bells. Layers of new sound gradually rise to the surface as the melodious hypnagogia meanders through cheerful intrigue.
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