viernes, 9 de diciembre de 2016

Motion Graphics - Lense - 2016

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  1. Motion Graphics’ debut album sparkles with the sound of the future. There’s abstract electronica, which you’d expect from someone who writes their own sound generation software. But there’s also the trunk-rattling boom and slithering hi-hats of 808-led hip-hop, a bit of early ‘00s Timbaland scamper, hints of grime’s smash-and-grab attitude to sound-sources, vocals with a plaintive indie-rock tone, a good bit of film score high drama—all somehow bound together into a coherent sound. The fact that it’s been picked up by Domino Recording Co. —the home of genre-agnostic acts like Hot Chip, Blood Orange and Julia Holter—is testament to his individuality.