Time To Express
Recurring Crazy-Language artist, prolific producer and label owner of Plataforma-LTW, Madrid based Rec_Overflow returns with his LP “Unemployed”: a sumptuous melancholic dance record, blending hip-hop with modern glitch aesthetics, dropping at any given instance the classic dubstep LFO, bringing a fresh chiaroscuro perspective to what could’ve become a familiar album.
The attention to detail should keep the braindance freaks pleased but it is a surprisingly self-constrained record on this aspect, to a degree where you could play these on a dance floor and still be pleased on a whole different level. It’s all classical Rec_Overflow style with a distinct evolution of his ideas and genres he approaches. But there are still surprises at hand: singer Norbert Kristof was hijacked to participate on five of these songs, to see his voice robotized, pitched and manipulated on all sorts of sonic mutilation, to reaffirm the ‘voice’ of this album. A pleasant surprise without being too intrusive. Fans of Crazy-Language and of Rec_Overflow’s sound may have found another little classic to their discography. (F.G.)
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style: dubstep, idm, electronica, experimental

If you burn your copy on CD this will be interesting for you ;)

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Music is a language used all around the world. Transcending cultural and lingual barriers, this universal code is finding its way even into the most remote corners of the planet. Via the internet, music is connecting people who otherwise would never have got to know each other: Bridging the social context consisting of different cultural backgrounds and languages, music makes us feel united, which is somewhat crazy – music is a CRAZY LANGUAGE. Coordinated from Berlin, the netlabel CRAZY LANGUAGE was founded by AXIOM and HURON in 2006. Ever since Crazy Language has been serving as music filter and platform for artistic self-realisation. The label offers all experimental electronic music genres an outlet, for example IDM, Electronica, Glitch, Abstract, Ambient, Downbeat and Breaks. This is reflected in the passion of the netlabel owners as well as in the diversity of the music scene. With lots of love for music, Crazy Language is articulating itself in a dialect spoken all around the world by artists and music lovers alike: the Crazy Language of course. http://www.crazy-language.de /// http://www.crazylanguage.bandcamp.com /// http://www.soundcloud.com/crazy-language /// http://www.facebook.com/crazy.language.netlabel /// http://www.lastfm.de/label/crazy-language /// http://www.archive.org/details/crazy-language /// http://sonicsquirrel.net/detail/label/crazy_language /// https://vimeo.com/crazylanguage

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