A Fuzztone Alt-Pop Single From Mallsex
A new single from Mallsex hits a noise alt-pop sweet spot with a grueling and addictive swagger and character that invades and crawls under your skin in ways you never knew possible.
"Yes Not No" is laden with fuzztones and a deep rooted tonality that brings with it a sonic presence that's not to be reckoned with whatsoever,
This track is built with layers of textured synths and guitars that all come together with vocals that harmonize and bring hooks in places you didn;t expect which is quite awesome to say the least.
This is outside the box and pushes the envelope in the way of creating music with no boundaries and barriers.
It's completely freeing and from that comes a new approach.
You get this massive and vast feeling fuzz pop song with edginess and depth and within that, you also get melodic hooks performed with a drunken and slightly sullen style that becomes a staple of the songs atmosphere.
And this track does indeed have its own atmosphere and sheen to it.
It;s alive and breathing composition brings surprise and the ability to engulf you in a way.
And it's best to just let it do that. Let it take over and soak it in the way it's meant to be.
Progressively experimental and touches of garage rock hint just below the surface and that's a big part of what makes this whole sound so addicting in the first place.
There's more than what's on the surface of this. It's even better the second and third times you play it. You catch things you didn't before.
You find yourself pointing at the speaker going "wait did you hear that?".
It's all pretty damn cool and we suggest just diving straight into this one head first.