Einstein-Rosen Bridge by Venetian Snares on Planet Mu

  • Venetian Snares - Einstein-Rosen Bridge

    Reviewed by adam anonymous (drowned in sound)

    Venetian Snares - Einstein-Rosen Bridge

    It’s that time again. Three or four times a year, speakers quiver in anticipation. They’re prisoners waiting for their execution. It has returned, and there will be no let up. It is Canada’s bastard son, Venetian Snares.

    ‘Einstein-Rosen Bridge’ has all the expected pre-requisites - beats that tumble over each other in the fight to attain maximum volume, casually causing constant confusion as to whether all this is running at the correct RPM. There’s a head-warpingly battered sample about travelling through the space-time continuum – the single’s named after some black wormhole malarkey – hellish strips of white noise & bass, then it’s gone.

    In the spirit of The Beatles’ ‘White Album’ and Metallica’s ‘Black Album’, this is taken from the just released, technically self-titled, new VSnares album, tremendously otherwise known as ‘The Chocolate Wheelchair Album’. Which should give a little insight.

    For those of you who’ve created music before, this is all in 7/8 time, apparently. For the remainder, this is seriously out of step drum madness designed to make you dance, almost certainly violently, badly and embarrassingly. Either way, it’s more abnormal than, erm, well, a chocolate wheelchair.

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