Profound musician SCHMOO sets the bar high for his contemporary musicians with his creatively boundless and immensely charming dance-based soundtrack ‘Milk’
Orange, New South Wales Feb 11, 2024 (Issuewire.com) – In breaking away, SCHMOO was born as a sheer ode to freedom at the helm. The solo endeavor compiles a lifelong passion for immersive dance music with a refreshingly honed ability in the studio-intricated production details balancing the delicate and the intense across a heavily intoxicating soundscape. Fragments of vocal and melody light up the outer edges of this relentless and euphoric rhythm, distortion playing its part finely for that completely enveloping power of sound, and arrangement too weighing in for a crucial dynamic; which helps shed light on the exceptional nuances of Robot Sunrise all the more so. The structure is enchanting, boosting, and awakening in all the right ways, proving both impressively and nostalgic original amidst the current dance music scene.
When the full drop into every layer combined hits, there’s a sublime meeting of trip-hop softness and house ferocity that’s hypnotic to fall into. That quality of the track ‘Milk’ alone is enough to transport listeners to some new realm, and again this reimaging of creative dance music is refreshing, and hopefully signifies the start of a brand new chapter in the productional story of our generation. Here we get a fairly simple, stripped-back arrangement, an earworm of a hook resolve looping subtly throughout, and the equally timeless simplicity of these synths, keys, and rhythms lighting up the space with optimism and naturally calming the soul. The track emerges complete with an equally enchanting set of animated visuals, and showcases an approach to production unconfined by industry expectation – a style clearly led by the melodic and hypnotic appeal of music with both soul and precision building up its embrace.
The softly hypnotic Flower Lady makes a sultry appearance towards the end of the album, a strong groove amidst plenty of space for the instrumental to embrace the listener – arrangement matters, and SCHMOO has nailed it. Another highlight, but from an album loaded with them ‘Milk’ increasingly proves itself to be something of an independent and fascinating masterpiece. Afterwards we return to a deeply thoughtful, fingerstyle-guided realm of unavoidable conceptual presence. EDM and rock again join forces for a simple, electro-kissed ending that loops and loops, leaving its central voice, melody, and mood all lingering once the project comes to an end. Get all the updates of the musician and his creations available on Facebook.
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