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Boomkat Product Review:
Whew! Arcade Fire’s Jeremy Gara really bares his teef for Invada Records with a heavy sophomore album of keening synth noise and emotive ambient drone, brought to the biting point by mastering from Helge Sten (Deathprod)
Making a serious blip on our radar for the first time, Canadian artist Gara is normally found at the drummer’s stool for indie-rock megastars Arcade Fire, but here he properly lets rip in a whole other style of headiness that places him up there with fellow Canadian Tim Hecker or the master, Deathprod for sheer levels of expressive synth tekkers that range from seething and mind-curdling blasts of dissonance to windswept and stranded isolationism via subtler integers of sculpted sci-fi noise.
It’s worth dashing straight to the piercing and alarming shocks of ‘L_06’ first, which will either draw you in head first or leave you fleeing his noise. If you’re sticking around though, ‘Passerine Finale’ is well worth your time, modulating the vibe between the wounded wildebeest cries of ‘Kelpie’ and the stark sci-fi noise immersion of ‘Watching You’, while the shivering black mass of strings and sepulchral reverb in ‘CDMX’ could very nearly be an original Deathprod, and ‘Wraithe’ calls to mind KTL at their most enigmatic.