Risen from the spores of the forest floor, spiraling and hypnotic, the union of soaring instrumentals and weavings of fat beats and nature-inspired wildness invites you to root and fruit at the same time.
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A collaborative project with a uniquely creative and artistically free twist to it. Puerto Rico’s Silvermouse emerge with a full-length album designed to take listeners somewhere outside of themselves; or further within than ever before.
Featuring ambient soundscapes, waves of intensity and calm intermittently, addictive rhythms and multiple layers of organic, world-inspired instrumentation – as well as flickers of numerous genres, styles and stories along the way – Earthadelik is a refreshingly original, consistently interesting, and brilliantly satisfying new album.
To touch on a stand-out track, an emblem of the Silvermouse sound and style, Beef in D Minor is beautifully chaotic and blissfully engaging all at once. Balancing calming rhythms with numerous details, and hints of Americana as much as rock and classic dance, there’s very little else to compare this with right now, and yet even with that – where most artists will reach for originality, and come out lacking substance or appeal – the sound just fits.
It works, it energizes, it allows you to escape – whatever you need from it, this is music production with an undeniably creative depth; composition with intention, professionalism, and a respectable lack of concern for what others are doing on the scene.
Brilliant. A pleasure to lose yourself in for a while.