After such a terrible year for the music industry, many proposals and labels have given their best to release music that perhaps, in another context, would have been different. This is the case of the Correspondant compilation, which after 12 months, brings us a great V / A number 8.
Correspondant celebrates the end of a year with an 18-track V / A, alongside old friends like (Man Power, DC Salas, Juan Mclean and TERR) and new friends (Captain Mustache, Mala Ika, Franz Scala, INVKER, and the ones we’ll talk about today, the Marchings Machines.
The track Chain, by Marchings Machines, is a track that leads you through a hypnotic bassline punctuated by dark drumbeats that keep the tension on edge. A continuous inward breath that explodes with the metallic howl of a whole generation jaded with routine. Its dense beats and dark atmospheres, drags us towards the mystery, and always putting our eyes on more accessible sounds with a certain eighties touch.
The result that is distilled from this singular track, like the rest of the tracks on the V / A, is very personal, and manages to unleash a feeling that is sometimes disconcerting, familiar and welcoming at the same time, that marks the end of a stage and the The beginning of another, for a label that has never ceased to amaze us, give us premium positive vibes and bet on artists capable of questioning, like few others, what is established. A delight only suitable for music lovers.