Fight!Suzan - Viper's Eye An Open Wound

2010-12-01 13:11:21 UTC
[ Viper's Eye An Open Wound ] is a short collection of musical sketches recorded during holidays 2007-2010. As in the " Groundhog Day " movie, july and august were always the same, each year the same sequention of events. To reflect such experience the most useful was image - bitter, ironic but also subtle and sugestive. Collage of hazy samples, field-recs, lazy seashore psychedelia came to a surrealistic message, warm and melancholic but with a bit of mystery. It's hot afternoon spent on diving into the white noise, reading "Lolita", listening to Washed Out and Piotr Szczepanik in waiting for refreshing storm. The mystery and tention but in the middle of summer - the worst what could happen is thunder lightning in the distance or jewelry unfortunately lost among the dunes. A moment after getting caught on tape vast majority of "Viper's" tunes were forgotten. Just till the next july. ~~~~~~~~ ( [ Acoustic vs Electric ] ~ [ Subtle vs Rough rusty edge ] ~ [ Experimental vs Ambient ] A very good project I highly recommend to everyone. HAVE A GO... [ MySpace ] | [ Last.Fm ] Related post ~ [ No One Wish To Settle Here / Fight!Suzan - Split ] ). ~~~~~~~~ Artist - Fight!Suzan Album - Viper's Eye An Open Wound Release Date - 2010 Genre - Acoustic, Instrumental, Minimal, Ambient, Minimal-ambient, Experimental, Post-rock, Electro-core, Dark-ambient Tracklist Fight!Suzan - 01 Dark Magus Fight!Suzan - 02 Funes, His Memory Fight!Suzan - 03 Guide to Go-Go Fight!Suzan - 04 White Tatoo, Black Lips Fight!Suzan - 05 Cursed Ruby of Magok Fight!Suzan - 06 Calypso Fight!Suzan - 07 One-Rose Fight!Suzan - 08 Almost the Same Mare Fight!Suzan - 09 Thriller Fight!Suzan - 10 Viper's Eye An Open Wound Fight!Suzan - 11 Youth Jugend Fight!Suzan - 12 Black Eearrings, White Sand -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fight!Suzan - Viper's Eye An Open Wound -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Nudge ~ The Ansion ~ Matryoshka ~ Hannu ~ Aarktica --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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