Retorno a la nada

by Lezrod
on zymogen 2005 / zym001
09/15/2005 Creative Commons BY-NC-ND
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For the first release of zymogen.net we bring you the debut album of David Velez, Lezrod, a brand new artist from Bogotà? , Colombia. Raln (Retorno a la nada), represents an exploration into David's personal style of composition; these songs were produced between april and september of this year, while David was exploring many different ways to express his feelings with music, but always with his very personal style of composition.
The opener "Blach" sets the standard of the entire album with a harmonious whole of bleeps, moody atmospheres, moving drones, jazzy samples and a reverbered piano wich create an intense growing up. "Spr.m" slows down the nervous atmospheres of "Blach" into a dilated and melancholic mood assembled with similar elements of the previous one, also including the distant notes of a piano, that bring the listener to "Lzblnc", the most recent work, showing the latest developments of Lezrod's music: an interlacement of field recordings surrounded by warm ambient pa…

For the first release of zymogen.net we bring you the debut album of David Velez, Lezrod, a brand new artist from Bogotà? , Colombia. Raln (Retorno a la nada), represents an exploration into David's personal style of composition; these songs were produced between april and september of this year, while David was exploring many different ways to express his feelings with music, but always with his very personal style of composition.
The opener "Blach" sets the standard of the entire album with a harmonious whole of bleeps, moody atmospheres, moving drones, jazzy samples and a reverbered piano wich create an intense growing up. "Spr.m" slows down the nervous atmospheres of "Blach" into a dilated and melancholic mood assembled with similar elements of the previous one, also including the distant notes of a piano, that bring the listener to "Lzblnc", the most recent work, showing the latest developments of Lezrod's music: an interlacement of field recordings surrounded by warm ambient pads in constant mutation between airy reverberations and resonant mid frequencies.
"Nada" continues on the same line but with a different approach, more immediate and direct to heart, preferably broken, with melancholic guitar strings immersed into a deepness of soft pads and glitchy sounds, but after these distensions there's an harsh break, "Alvp". This song can be interpreted as the intruder of the entire album with bouncing rythms and joyful melodies, but with this captivating elements will be absolutely the one hard to forget. The final part of Raln has "Pz" and "Dm" as balancing elements of a perfect conclusion, the first one takes back the dilated sonority of "Lzblnc" and the second one the structures of "Blach" through an intensive work of frequencies saturation. This songs are the result of a deep work of research and I hope that this research will be never ending for other nice works like this.

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