MP3 Lex Plexus - Izmaha
Colourfully-layered synergistic dynamic organic electronic music.
11 MP3 Songs in this album (70:26) !
Related styles: Electronic: Breakbeat/Breaks, Electronic: Soundscapes, Mood: Weird
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If you enjoy things like outer space, the kitchen sink, water, fire, earth, air, plants, fungus, elves, aliens, tubes, tunes, beats, beets, treats, love, ice cream, candy, milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white chocolate, carob, avocadoes, bananas, coconuts, black bean dip, fried rice, refried beans, electric eels, electric bass, drums, djembes, berimbaus, mandolins, guitars, orbs, disorientation, elusion, illusion, exploration, regurgitation, flatulation, syncopation, imitation, regeneration, concentration, or jubilation...
then, without a doubt, Lex Plexus is the music for you.
"Phasers sheared, crystalline shards rearranged, negative axes reverse polarity, causing morphemic mayhem to ensue. Lex Plexus walks on another plank. Do or die. Die or do, what you do is to die for. Short extravehicular activity proposes the certain crash into the stainless steel confines of our minds. Enter into the space in between, the space where minds cease to complain. "Pingu''s Milk Break" announces the arrival of truly coherent, disturbing music. Rhythm that destroys itself bounces back with fervor, strangled strains of operatic vision are splattered on the glass panes of this mangled piece of electronica, ala the scientific works of Mark Stewart and The Maffia, and the fine Gabber techniques of Fat Hacker and Paul Lemos of Controlled Bleeding. This one track is a far cry from the totality of Lex Plexus'' offerings. We here in the Land of Phrygia Artist Scrutiny and Genre Allocation Department feel compelled to enlighten you, the teeming listeners of the true intent of Lex Plexus and their many incarnations. They mean to introduce the most basic element of life into the fabric of their finely honed orchestrations of digital and analog propensity. that would be, yet again, the reference to the heartbeat of the mother - the constant beat of life, that basically develops inside you from the second you leave the womb to thrive on its own. This unknown force beckons the search for the "perfect" rhythm. One that is not too arrhythmic, as likened to heart palpitations and murmurs, but more syncopative, with tangents that please the inner being. That is Lex''s premise, and we could easily make the connection between their philosophy and their music, by simply listening keenly to this chaotic assemblage."
"Pingu''s Milk Break" (from the ?Category Zero? CD
available at https://www.tradebit.com)
reviewed by Integrated Arts (Phrygia)