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Algae Bloom is Tritonic’s Ep | Indie Music

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welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s featured Band is Tritonic and their Ep Algae Bloom.

Algae Bloom is Tritonic’s Ep | Indie Music

This Ep demonstrates the experimental soul of this band.

As soon as I hit the play button I didn’t know what to expect and I must say I was surprised by the eclecticism of this sound.

This compositional style is full of inspiration and takes its cue from various musical genres that have been expertly mixed together to create a unique sound blend.

This music seems to come from the future, I would call it “folk black metal” but honestly this genre is so unique that it cannot be labeled.

In some moments the creativity of Tritonic reminded me of the genius of Naked City and its Catacombs.

Algae Bloom is a visionary Ep that must be listened to several times to understand all its nuances. I liked this avant-garde, irreverent approach that doesn’t look anyone in the face.

A nice discovery that I recommend to everyone.

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Algae Bloom is Tritonic’s Ep | Indie Music

Algae Bloom is the new EP from Tritonic. In under twelve minutes, Tritonic continue to prize apart the boundaries of punk and hardcore. A twisted jukebox of crunching hardcore, big beat, gospel, math, pop and polemic. It is a reevaluation and recalibration of what heavy music might mean to us today.

The lyrics aim to challenge the fatalism of growing older in late-stage Capitalism by being unashamedly pro-refuge and virulently anti-Tory. On top of this, Tritonic still manage to weave together break-up songs and declarations of love whilst embodying the ancient Roman gods that stalk the modern city.

Tritonic began as a spark in the Indian ocean when vocalist and guitarist Peter Jewkes was living in exile in the Maldives. On his return he tracked down his oldest friends and recorded their debut album in an old Salford soap factory. However, the moment the recording was complete, the band dispersed, with members ending up in the USA, Kenya and Switzerland. But now, the band have reconvened and have spent their international sojourns polishing their sound to a shimmering, laser-focused diamond.

 




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