Following in the trails of the wildly successful >Sun EP< released in August 2010, >Matter< continues the story with both an amazing original and an interstellar interpretation from New Yorks Runaways. >Matter< is beyond ambitious - a deeply natural constellation of disco and house, sprinkled with emotionally charged lyrics and a hint of that special Tartelet strangeness
MATTER EP by Kenton Slash Demon on Tartelet Records (incl. Runaways
Matter is the second EP from Kenton Slash Demons The Schwarzschild Solution trilogy
and features a remix from much hyped Runaways.
It took young Schwarzschild only a month to solve them, shortly before he died from a rare
decease contracted in battle during WW1. The most prominent result consequential to the
solutions was the black hole, the gravitational equivalent of a super sponge. This complex
theory is the symbolic cornerstone and namesake of Kenton Slash Demons trilogy of EP
releases on Tartelet Records, where the second release Matter finally has descended
from orbit. Following in the trails of the wildly successful Sun EP released in August 2010,
Matter continues the story with both an amazing original and an interstellar interpretation
from New Yorks Runaways.
Matter is beyond ambitious a deeply natural constellation of disco and house, sprinkled
with emotionally charged lyrics and a hint of that special Tartelet strangeness. Looping and
cutting clips of synth-stabs and murmuring voices solidifies the beat in typical Kenton Slash
Demon style, while the groove shapes the morphing and modulating melody. To top it off,
Malthe Fischer from danish psych pop outfit "Oh No Ono" (Leaf Label) add his mystic vocals
and delivers a final signature to the track.
Matter is epic, simply put a shatter storm of touching chord-changes that drags people
restlessly to the dance floor- not very unlike how Schwarzschilds famed black hole drags
matter into the darkest of voids.
Runaways remix is in a much darker vein, humming along with nebulous bleeps and
sparkling blobs from outer space. Pads sporadically burst through the groove after being
submerged in the deepness of the universe, and metallic extraterrestrial voices convey
simultaneous stratum of beauty and fear. It hints at both the computerized digitalism of
Detroit and the gloomy and industrial dance floors of Berlin, and will surely be a favorite
among both celestial DJs and headphone-astronauts alike [info from ]