wtorek, 22 czerwca 2010

Witch house

"I feel like so much of music development happens online now. Local scenes aren't as important. Kids in Florida or Paris can seek out whatever music they want, and bands around the world can seek out like-minded artists from anywhere for inspiration. So I don't know if it can be called a 'scene' in the traditional sense of the word, but it seems like there's definitely a growing group of people making aesthetically similar music that people they've never met are calling 'drag'."

That's Christopher Dexter Greenspan, who records as oOoOO, talking about the burgeoning style of music that he and a handful of others are developing. It's been called "drag," "witch house," and "haunted house," but like most subgenres these days, there's no official name for it. And like Greenspan points out, it's probably not a scene in the way we've come to understand the term. What "drag" is, so far at least, is a group of young, geographically scattered artists concurrently exploring ghostly, slow-moving electro-pop, each with their own unique spin.
- PITCHFORK - ghost in the machine

gOth bb by rrritualzzz

oOoOO - mumbai by oOoOO

destineee (ruff drft) by μnłıłĿΞΔ

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