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Monday, February 1, 2016

Bruce Cohen - Blue Stomp track review

Year : 2015
Genre : EDM/Trance
Label : Tarock Music
Origin : United States
Official site: > - here - <

Bruce Cohen's track "Blue Stomp" is a polite, solid take on retro sci-fi vibes arranged unto safe patterns of resilient trance fascinations. The name of the game is chill, and no black holes worth inspecting are imminent this time, Miss Hawking.

Movement is sanely sacrificed for the establishment of mood. A well sculpted-, yet deliberately isolated sonic structure greets your senses both in the form of the intro-, and, in the form of the outro. You are not organic, not machine, but something happened, in between. Optimal effect! A cool experiment on display, that has nothing to do with the subject matter other than the act of courting it from both ways. Then the track is quick to reveal its character as being assembled from individually thought out parts, and surprises of baffling chacater are deliberately absent from the mix.

The organic musical backdrop itself is bare-to-the-bone enough to summon the classic tint of video game culture as it was raging through the early '80s and '90s. Did you ever type "Final Signal" and "Moody Breeze" yet into YouTube? Those were and still are fun themes, filled with a playfully soul-crushing sense of isolation and irrefutable doom, (trapped in open space comes to mind) moods akin to the one featured in Blue Stomp - read on to know more about it.

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