|Big Scary / Not Art|
|Add Date:||2014-07-04||Pull Date:||2014-09-05|
|Week Ending:||7 Sep||31 Aug||24 Aug||17 Aug||10 Aug||3 Aug||27 Jul||20 Jul|
|1.||Thu, 04 Sep 14:||Angelina|
|4.||Fri, 22 Aug 14:||Spencer|
|2.||Tue, 02 Sep 14:||Shineymic|
|5.||Thu, 14 Aug 14:||DJ Away|
The Sunset Life
|3.||Sat, 30 Aug 14:||Eme O|
|6.||Sat, 09 Aug 14:||DJ LA|
Box of Chocolates
Big Scary / Not Art |
“Not Art” Big Scary
An Australian musical duo formed in ’06, Big Scary has a very “garage rock”/experimental feel to them, especially with their sophomore album, “Not Art”. The album swings between heavy guitar and softer drone-y vibes with piano and heavy/slow percussion. The album has a very relaxing feel and leave me contemplating the universe and my place in it when the album concludes. Recommended tracks: 4, 6, 9
1. Hello, My Name Is: Comes in with dueling soft and heavy guitar for a good 1 ½ min. Male vocals accompany gradual guitar build-up throughout the song. Fade out after more soft/heavy swinging.
2. Luck Now: Atypical drum rhythm with slow piano. Synth reverb on top of more soft male vocals. Deep thought feels~
3. Harmony Sometimes: Relaxing piano with soothing background vocals. Female lead.
4. Belgian Blues: Heavier track with strong guitar/instrumentals. Transitions between loud med-fast chorus and slower verses. Mellow non-word vocals to lay the backdrop.
5. Phil Collins: Heavy bass drum to open up slow/soft male vocals. Strangely soothing.
6. Twin Rivers: Light piano and heavy bass drum open up to male vocals. Female vocals take chorus and merge with male through track. Song fades out with heavy emotions.
7. Invest: Soft male vocals on similar piano and drum beats. Chorus has a sound of desperation in it. Nice piano outro.
8. Lay Me Down: White noise fade-in. Very slow and dreary male vocals. More white noise fade-out.
9. Why Hip Hop Sucks in ’13: Intricate piano/percussion backdrop with larger female vocals. Feeling like I’m left walking through an abandoned garden or something.
10. Long Worry: Similar slow instrumentals with a more uplifting vibe. Mid-tempo male vocals all through.
11. Final Thoughts, With Tom and J: Quick piano intro into some louder (relatively) male vocals and female backup. Nice radio/elevator/beeping fade out of the album.
|1.||Hello, My Name Is||6.||Twin Rivers|
|3.||Harmony Sometimes||8.||Lay Me Down|
|4.||Belgian Blues||9.||Why Hip Hop Sucks In '13|
|5.||Phil Collins||10.||Long Worry|
|11.||Final Thoughts, With Tom And Jo|