Disremember/Dismemberment is all about the rhythm and beat. What is revealed? Unveiled? While at the same moment, to indulge in rhythm, to feast on it, to isolate on insulate, while heading to new places that are brand new.
Dark new agers DOOMSQUAD re-code the electronic music narrative with a more worldly and cosmological presence than the genre would normally dictate. Their songs are rich in variance and full of vividness, spanning across their entire debut LP Kalaboogie. Drawing in guitar, flute, percussion and synth, the Montreal and Toronto-based siblings Allie, Jaclyn and Trevor Blumas act as aural anthropologists, teaming relics of cross cultural traditions like chanting and repetition over seismic ripples of deep bass. Doomsquad's mixing of influences leaves you feeling awakened.
Creepy Canadian trio Doomsquad shared their dark electronic cut "Disremember/Dismemberment" this week, and now it's gotten a music video through the Scion Sessions.
The clip shows the siblings playing samplers and percussion instruments on a dramatically lit stage while sitting in individual wire cages. Gradually, stagehands wrap up these cages with plastic, leaving the musicians cocooned inside.
"Disremember/Dismemberment" will appear on Kalaboogie, which is due out in North America on February 25 through Hand Drawn Dracula. -- Exclaim!
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