Saturday, February 1, 2014

-Eight Million Kami-

Eight Million Kami--Eight Million Kami

Does that make Sixteen Million Kami?
Is supposed to twice as emotional oppose to if it was named something else?
What could possibly be in need of 16 million gods?
Maybe I'm missing something.

Some really cool twinkle-instrumental stuff I found on bandcamp. I've started to not care for instrumental stuff lately because what I've been finding lately is boring, simpleton riffs repeated a stupid amount of times at doesn't go anywhere for about 9 minutes (myself guilty) and none of it sticks. Eight Million Kami is from somewhere, Florida and belong to DIY (or die) record label No Fun Allowed Records. The instrumentation of this ep/demo is what I'm always lookin' for; crazy, dirty, out of control, but at the same time it's a composition and actually MOVES you. On the song "Root Division" there's this crazy bleep-bloop solo that's so uniquely-weird, with the beautiful vamp beneath it, it makes you feel the turmoil in your life because of this weird synthesizer sound. Great stuff to listen if your bored of your day job at Wal-Mart and you want to feel (somewhat) cultured. 

Favorite song: Root Division