Dear Chris and listener,
Thank you for sharing Kileza’s track with me. Her wonderful voice is definitely a pleasure to listen to, and the raw emotion she pours into her singing is definitely sure to ring an emotional bell or two.
This Friday I want to up the tempo a bit, and feature some foreign artists. The band I’m talking about is Jambinai (잠비나이). They’re from South Korea, and they blend metal, rock, and traditional Korean music in quite a fantastic way.
The track I want to share with you is Time of Extinction (소멸의 시간), one of their more agressive and upbeat numbers. The track has a steady build up of energy. A sinister Koto starts setting the tone, and one by one, the other band members chime in with their own layer of sound, until the track builds up to a chaotic explosion of musical expression. The music video also doesn’t leave you wanting for much with its juxtaposition of colourful silhouettes.
Look forward to hearing your two cents.
Our musical discourse so far:
“Find Me” by Marcus D (Ft. Jun)
“Hide” by FKA Twigs
“I Am Here” by Funky DL
“El Pescador” by Banda Magda
“Empires” by Electric Swing Circus
“Jungle” by Tash Sultana
“Never Knew a Thing (Live)” by Kileza
“Time of Extinction” (소멸의 시간) by Jambinai (잠비나이)