IGORRR

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Incongruities abound and weirdness lurks behind every other bar on Igorrr's "Poison Soluble." Accordion and harpsichord arrangements vie for supremacy in a bizarre, ever-shifting, organic amalgam of sonic sculpture wherein hard rock guitars and soft porn saxophone solos are the least unexpected of the surprises in store. Abstract, often nonsensical drum lines lend a typically IDM flavour to the record, which otherwise borders uncomfortably close to neo-folk melodic stylings. As a listener, you're never quite sure if you're experiencing Edith Piaf on an aged relative's gramophone, black metal from the depths of the mosh pit, a light afternoon operetta, or a drum machine committing electronic suicide.

POISON SOLUBLE

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