Worm is Green Automagic
- Words: Brion Paul
- Label: TMT
Well, Dntel fever is evidently sweeping the world, not even leaving the windswept artic tundras of Iceland untouched. After bringing the electro-enhanced slowcore jams of M?m, TMT records introduces Worm is Green, which steps up the global glitch-pop explosion with prominent female and sometimes male vocals, a bassist, a drummer and an avalanche of nocturnal synthesized solitude. If this sounds like your bag, relish in the swirling growl of synthesizers, laptop-affected drums, and immediate vocals. If it doesn't, it's because the album is based too much in a traditional song structure and doesn't leave enough room for abstraction.
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