骨架的 // Holograms
I don’t really know anything about the creator of this music, but that’s irrelevant once you listen to it. It might be a strange comparison but when listening to the album Holograms I couldn’t help but think of Run DMT's Bong Voyage. Now their styles aren’t really similar in any way, but rather the approach to songwriting is what struck me. Hologram has quite a few tracks on it (18 to be exact), but most of them don’t even make it past the 2-minute mark. And like Bong Voyage, the tracks are more like sonic explorations with roots spreading outward in all directions. At the center of the music is a smooth, jazzy 1980’s/90’s texture. It’s funny that a release like this evokes so many memories in your mind of 1980’s daytime television… even if you never watched any.
Oh, and according to Google Translator, 骨架的 means “skeleton” in Chinese. Now you know.
check out: "The Late 80’s"
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