Lonely China Day’s new album “This Readily Assimilative People” is an incredibly visual album. Each song draws you into a place that transcends the East, West, and even the Earth itself. From the sparse
and jaded opening track entitled “The Mutterer” to the throbbing percussive elements and ethereal guitar of “Qinhui the Runaway” that culminates in a schizophrenic frenzy, LCD demonstrate their daring and unabashed exploration of sound. This is not something you’ve heard before. When I close my eyes, I’m still hurtling through space and time in “Summon My Spirit At Lotus Pond.” This album represents musicians at their best: pushing the sonic frontier and transcending the auditory experience, hitting you in your gut and making you see the future. It’s a place you want to be and an album you have to have.
It will help you get there."
Lonely China Day: This Readily Assimilative People
LCD have made a statement here. Challenge you, they do.
Lull, then slap, then stroke. Harsh, then soothing, patterns then now.
Modern music interfacing with something ancient and indefinable.
Buzz, click, tune, detune; no prisoners here.
soaring, electric birds and stars that wont go out.
there’s no point describing this in any other terms.
squared up, ready for the next thing, inventing the next thing, doing it, pushing it out, sucking the life out of it and breathing it into your face.
chime, bleep and hiss. steering me away from what i do not deserve. intrusion into my airspace.
a sound track for me. for you, if you are lucky.
just give me more, always; this is like a love story and i believe in love at first sight.
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