Forest Swords, the project of English
electronic dubstep artist
Matthew Barnes, debuted with the compilation
Dagger Paths (No Pain In Pop, 2010).
Miarches is an ecosystem in evolution, as the jarring digital soundscape
with stuttering beats and bursts of effeminate vocals, gives rise to an anthemic guitar riff.
The reliance on a sloppy lo-fi slocore production and on a collage-srt of
composition is even more evident in the
eight-minute Hoylake Misst whose hypnotic guitar riff succumbs to
shamanic voices, burbling sound effects,
voodoo drums that get increasingly booming,
and grotesque trombone-like electronic melodies.
On the other hand,
Visits is the dubstep equivalent of a garage-rock rave-up,
all muffled and slowed down.
At the other (liquefied) end of the spectrum
Glory Gongs exhales
spaghetti-western licks in an orgy of acid reverbs.
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