My favorite music blog is No Fear of pop. I love almost every track they write about and got to admit that most artists they mention I have never heard of. I am always on the lookout for some new stuff, and I visit NFOP almost daily. One of the artists they wrote about recently is another boy from Canada, this time an IDM artist. Woulg is the name, AKA Greg Debicki, and in his case, I got to admit, I really dig the choice of sounds, sweet, bellish, with lots of room to breathe and dream, minimal vocal line that made me think of Burial. I was trying to figure out what was it that made this track stand out the first time I have heard it. I guess its not washed out with huge halls of reverb like every other piece of music today. Besides, I respect anyone who uses my setup, meaning, Ableton live, etc.
Posts Tagged ‘Burial’
Coming from London based label Hyperdub is an anniversary dubstep compilation, and I would buy that just because the fact that Burial, my favorite dubstep artist is participating. Not to mention Mala, Martyn, and Flying Lotus. Check out the full track list.
Who is Burial? He prefers not to tell. How does he look like? He doesn’t like pictures. Want to see his gig? He doesn’t like stage performances. He only wants to make tracks. Loads of tracks. His debut album, Burial, was a surprise hit.
On Untrue you are immediately greeted by Burial’s melancholic, dark sound, intermixed with radio interference, a muffled bass, rain, ice sharp slicing of blades and jets of hot air that will make your skin crawl and seduce you deeper and deeper into his parallel world. Thijs-Jan Meindertsma for 365.com