Music is a universal language and music can grab your soul even without lyrics at the same time. Interpellation is an amazing project Because that seeks to end the silence. Because is a window to let flow what words cannot express. Made in an archaic, independent, and solitary way to all the audience out there with a great vibe.
This is the kind of track that stands out boldly from its peers in terms of how effectively the vast, creative input fuses with the professional and stylish output.
There’s a freshness to the sound, part of this is the undeniable experimentation featured throughout – at no point is the track predictable or a victim to complacency. And yet, at the same time as this, there’s a soothing feeling of repetitiveness; a hypnotic ambiance unfolds as you listen – just as you hope it would when seeking out new trip-hop or electronica to rhythmically mellow the day away.
The way the track opens up is a big part of what grabs your attention. The drum has a distant and dreamlike feel to it, and what follows is more and more of that reflective and dreamlike essence that reinforces the genuine honesty and emotion that the artist crafts his tracks with. The sharp, rock-infused edge alongside all of this creates a striking contrast. Furthermore, the hook is a stunner – it uses a fairly simple yet effective melody, and the leading soundscape presenting it utilizes every ounce of passion and power to reinforce the height of the rising energy. The instrumentation, too; everything surrounding these crucial moments adds weight to the final effect.
The sound itself has all the best parts of indie and rock – the riffs, the live and organic drum sound, the skillful and characterful vibe – plus all the strength and memorability of excellent production. The track develops through the use of a somewhat mellow verse section; telling the story, building the soundscape, then soon enough evolving into a full-on, high-energy song with a stunning vibe.
The track has a great vibe, it’s addictive; the rhythm is consistent, so it keeps you captive, but the sounds are all very unexpected and unusual. The leading riff has a retro and fairly simplistic nature to it, yet the choice of notes adds to the vibe, they add to the intensity, which somehow builds and builds despite the music seemingly remaining on the same plain throughout. It’s a clever bit of production, and it’s always interesting at all times. It’s the sort of music that is difficult to place within a certain environment, but then without a doubt will fit quite brilliantly amidst whatever it is that you’re doing when you hit play. It’s fun, it’s atmospheric, and it’s easy to get into.