Middle Sky Boom - Souvenirs
Night Noise prides itself on giving a platform to new artists with fascinating and left of centre sounds, and Middle Sky Boom is exactly that.
Tel Aviv based Josef Leimen is an associate of the likes of Eskimo Records and Days of Being Wild and also runs the Unterman label with his sister. He regularly plays the likes of Breakfast Club and offers his superb twisted take on synth and disco.
The opener ‘Souvenirs’ is a fantastic brew of jumbled drums and tripped out synths. They step up through the scale and will send hands skyward as freaky vocals and layers of filter add kaleidoscopic colour to the grooves. The track is supported by a superb music video, directed by the Laimon Brothers.
On the flip, ‘Late Night Sunday’ is another perfectly paranoid brew of weird vocal loops and chugging drums. It’s swirling, unhinged and designed to flip out the floor and is expertly crafted to have a musical depth and breadth that places you right in the middle of the unfolding action.
These are two accomplished tracks that will take you on a real trip.
2. Late Night Sunday