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Posted Dec 28th, 2012 (11:30 am) by James Hughes
Oyaarss, Smaida Greizi Nakamiba
Oyaarss, Smaida Greizi Nakamiba

LatvianProducer/DJ Oyaarss remastered and re-released his demo in to a full fledge LP Smaida Greizi Nakamiba, which translated is The Future Smiles Wryly. This dark analog LP drops you brain right into the center of an industrial complex with the sole purpose of creating music.

Utilizing spine-tingling sci-fi vocal samples with crescendos of background beats, the tracks lay on the fringe of musical exploration. There are musical qualities to this anamorphic blob of samples and instrumentals, but being this dark and shapeless can cause problems. Testing the limits like he does, Oyaarss pushes away many popular/mainstream elements that could boost his appeal.

Smaida Greizi Nakamiba utilizes tension and many uncomfortable, in your face beats. Oyaarss' particular style of heavy feedback and analog floods the nine track LP. While there are moments of relief from the audio bombardment, such as in the tracks "bad esmu es" and "vienaldzigo parmainu muzika (with Edgars Raginskis)," overall this is quite a dark album.

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