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ok. So one of the bands that supported Decoder Ring the other night were a crew from Sydney called Seekae. I like to call them GlitchPop. To me, these guys produce really well crafted pop music, but take it that level up by adding some disjointed beats and glitches galore. I’ve spoken about my love of a show called the Sound Lab before. It’s a show on Triple J that is all about the more experimental side of electronica as well as a bit of post rock kinda stuff thrown in. I’m pretty sure these guys have featured on it before.
They’re gig with Decoder Ring the other night was pretty darn good. I was apprehensive I must admit seeing some crazy dude behind a drumkit and a soundboard kinda thing and a macbook sitting up on a milk crate. But yeah, that drummer was awesome. Those dude’s twiddling knobs and blowing into a melodica were awesome too. This kinda genre of music is one I’ve liked but never really gotten into. And I know if I listened to it all the time, I would go mad and would begin to hate it. So it’s in this small dose style that suits me best.
Here’s one of the standout tracks from their support slot the other night taken from their album The Sound of Trees Falling On People. None of that here though…no trees. im in a library. yeah.
K. That’ll do the ramble for now.