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He Is Me

Let It Drip (digital single)

Review by Gary Hill

This is a new single from an act I've not heard before. This would probably most appeal to fans of things like Nine Inch Nails because it's set in much the same type of sonic landscape.

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Track by Track Review
Let It Drip

Techno percussion opens this. The cut turns dark and industrial. It's slow moving and rather creepy. There's a point where it feels ready to explode. Instead, though, we just get some electronic drums. The piece works out the earlier section from there. This is quite trippy. I think it works reasonably well. I just wish it would actually work out to the harder rocking sounds it seems to promise.

 

(Editor's Note - Music Street Journal is set up for the allocation of albums, not singles - particularly not one-song singles. So, in the instances, like this one, where we've covered single song releases, we've had to make some adaptations for formatting. In the case of this one, just imagine both track review and overall review reading as one set of copy. )

 
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