Literary complexity, intelligent framing of ideas and conscious writing fused with elements of the unknown.
Building up immediately from industrial intrigue to explosive, immersive dance realms, Neverend is a heavy & infectious alternative track, which starts off in one style and quickly redirects things as the production & concept increasingly envelop.
Heavy rhythms and industrial immersion unite for this post-five-minute progressive house track from the fast-rising Sonic Radiation.
Beautiful piano-work contrasts the relentless industrial pounding of the beat, to showcase the ultimate juxtaposition between a heartless industrial process & the very essence & freedom of being human.
Composed & created from the depths of human thought & feeling – as well as the complexities of contemporary sound design. A cinematic masterpiece; the sort that envelops its audience, taking hold with a wholly immersive, inescapable grip.
The sixteen-track collection moves through industrial layers of rhythm and unrecognizable audio intricacies, creating dark, often unsettling arenas of sound, which offer a sort of theatrical deep-dive into the mind-set of a person lost in struggle.
A strong sense of identity stands tall throughout, and while the EP is surprisingly eclectic, it holds close to these inherent, creatively interesting values.
The dramatic, neo-classical design of this hard-hitting dance track makes for something totally energizing and simultaneously refreshing at this time in our lives.
Think riots at a carnival or circus, immense pain mixed in with ignorant bliss & energetic joy, all connected & confused – uncertain what the future really holds.
Sounding like a clear run off from the original essence & soundscape, the remix feels like a sequel – a sort of, ‘what would happen if the music kept playing; where would we end up?’
Phoenix/NEBULIN are an incredible band, they do what they do with absolute conviction & power. It makes for a stunning playlist – the sort you can return to again & again; whenever the noise of the world seems a little too disjointed or overwhelming.