"Dying language" is post-something, yes. But it is also in the middle of pure electronic jewelry. Finish your leek soup and learn a new language.(Get this as mp3)
And what if one didn't have to go away to change and evolve? Even though the Healy brothers have been shaking the world with their heavy basses and avalanches of beats for years, they still record their music in their remote personal studios, somewhere in the welsh countryside. And, still, one has to admit and recognize their evolution. Time will tell if the language fo their ealier releases has died, but this new sound is definitely here to stay and to seduce.
Layers of sounds that can't be described but as "Somatics-ian", synthetic waves that just wouldn't work with anybody else, and a beat forged in their very own laboratories, the sound of Somatic Responses on "Dying Language" is obviously the one of a mature band, of careful jewelers of electronic music, that combines their own brand of sonic heaviness and a strong flow with insolent talent. Who else could craft such an album of metronomic regularity, solid consistency with so much innovation? Here come Somatic Responses again, steady as always, melodic as never before, and heavy as you like them.