REVIEW album Addremove Clean Slate

Dark, Atmospheric, Electronic Music With Industrial Edge From Addremove

Clean Slate

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The mini album 'Clean Slate' is the first release from Addremove on Swiss label Thrènes...

There isn’t a lot to say about Addremove himself or herself as he/she prefers to keep their identity unrevealed, at least for the moment, so lets concentrate on the music.

'Clean Slate' consists of 5 original tracks, ‘Letter From Police’ sounds like the music from the series American Gods with its heavenly wailing over gnarly rhythms.

‘When They Fall From The Sky’ continues the theme but with a more industrial edge. ‘Postal’ is more ambient, but still dark and filmic, whilst ‘Crie’ seems more industrial and robotic. Finally ‘Lurk’ adds more rhythm to proceedings and sounds like classy, analogue , electronic music.

In short, Addremove's sound perfectly encapsulates the sound that Thrènes. were looking to release on the label; dark, melancholic, cinematic, with a gritty edge.
Clean Slate also includes a remix from JK Flesh (project/alias of Justin Broadrick of Godflesh, Final and Jesu) who has a long path in the music scene, supported by various music magazines.

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