Maus - Demo 2 FLAC album
Title: Demo 2
Style: Black Metal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1419 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1103 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1721 mb
Other Formats: MP2 MP4 MPC MIDI VQF ASF AIFF
Modified by: Krister Jensen. Added on: 2017-04-19 18:12:58. Last modified on: 2019-02-12 01:09:24.
Screen Memories is the fourth studio album by American musician John Maus, released on October 27, 2017. The album was his first set of newly-recorded music since We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves (2011). Recorded in two years at his Austin, Minnesota home, most of the its subject matter concerns apocalyptic themes inspired by the newsfeed of world events he garnered while making the LP. Some of its song structures and melodies were created with the aid of an artificial neural network.
Released alongside I Want To Live! final Maus-related Demoboot release. tracklist and artwork unknown.
Maus spent two of his six years away studying political philosophy; his PhD thesis considers the molecular technologies of power among other things. But despite being outwardly political in interviews (he describes himself as left of left of left of left ), he’s wise enough, and punk enough, to understand that the stilted vocabulary of theory can’t easily be harvested for lyrics. The furred-up guitar riffage of Find Out is the closest thing to a Strokes homage you’ll want to hear this year, while Decide Decide seems to channel the gutter romance of Suicide through heavily echoed vocals and glittering organs as Maus contemplates the future: It’s a dream to dream, he coos. After such a powerful opening, the album tails off slightly on the final stretch, ending in a haze with Bombs Away, a song penned by Ariel Pink and another former collaborator, Holy Shit ’s Matt Fishbeck.