The Delightfully Invasive Sounds Of Moth Traps
Moth Traps just dropped a double single called Hooligan. Consisting of a crazy variety of synths and vocoders, and distorted vocals, the fist track "Hooligan" transforms into a whirlwind of a future glitch pop piece creating a whole different world to get sucked into with each change.
There is something theatrical about it or even like someone on a street corner in NYC in the late 90's preaching through a megaphone to the people walking by.
It's a delightfully invasive and augmented track with big swells and sways and it's insanely fun to keep up with.
The second of the two tracks is called "The Hologram of The Boy" which continues on this tripped out musical journey and gives off a Ween on acid feel.
There are sets of great progressions and a strange cultish atmosphere.
Remember the boat scene in Willy Wonka? Well, "The Hologram Of The Boy" is kind of like watching that scene. Strange at first but you can't look away.
A very different brand of electro-pop from Moth Trap.