Colorblind’s Post Modern Holocaust Is An Otherworldly Experience
It’s hard to categorise good music. It tends to be a tree that one can see but with roots spreading underground in various directions. What Colorblind, Delhi based Kartik Mishra’s alter ego, has come up
“Using guitars as facilitators of timbres and textures rather than riffs and power chords” is one of the defining elements of post-rock and this album is a successful overachiever in this area. The texture of the sound is smooth, just like honey. Although there aren’t any lyrics except in “New Days”, the music is very hummable, the kind that remains with you right after the first listen, it just does. The second track of the record, “New Days” is a beautiful one. The rhythm, melodies
The combination of drums, guitar and bass is omnipresent throughout the album and to say that the drum programming is exceptional would be an understatement of the greatest degree. The instruments sound perfectly seamless together and build a dark and serious atmosphere. The entire album is ripe with creative authenticity. The energy and simplicity of the music is
All you black t-shirt wearing people, having unkempt hair, this album is something you will enjoy thoroughly. So, strap on your headphones because you need to experience the genius that Colorblind is.