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article imageReview: 'Un Boombox Symphonique' is dynamic and cinematic

By Wesley Butler     Apr 19, 2014 in Music
Los Angeles - Australian electronic/downtempo musician Kbit just dropped a new album entitled, “Un Boombox Symphonique.” It is dynamic and cinematic,
This is appropriate given that it was written with the intention of being an inspired soundtrack for an astronaut floating peacefully in space.
“Vintage Galaxy” is a beautifully lulling exploration. It makes you experience these two worlds colliding on each track as you’re forced to choose between sitting back and absorbing the airy ambience or getting up from your seat and letting loose as the hypnotic, buzzsaw synth tones and catchy rhythms demand that you dance along.
“Anytime But Then” was produced extremely well. It definitely conveyed the concept of an astronaut floating in space, and almost made you feel like you were one. Sometimes not having vocals in a track is a good idea, because it gives you time to think clearer, and this track pulled it off wonderfully.
“Exit Strategy” puts the listener in mind of escaping a high-tech building in under a few seconds. It starts off with a funky beat that sets the mood, and keeps it going throughout the rest of the track. At the end of the track however, you may not visualize actually “escaping” the fictional high-tech building however, but that doesn’t mean this track’s effectiveness any less.
“Un Boombox Symphonique” may sound amateurish, but you have to give it a good listen before you judge it. It’s one of those albums that make you visualize things in your head, something not a lot of albums can successfully pull off. If you’re a fan of dynamic music, check out Kbit.
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