Dubbing new music styles “experimental” can make even the most obnoxious concoction of sounds appear avant-garde.
Zack Kouns from America and Rory Hinchey from Canada are doing just that by showcasing their recent experiments in the program called “The Consequences of a Dynamic Lifestyle.”
Although here “dynamic” doesn’t translate into rhythmic work-out beats, Kouns combines saxophone, violin, flute and vintage synthesizers with atonal melodies, often resembling chanting or a “cry of the soul.” Hinchey presents unexpected blend of sounds, at times resembling ethnic motifs.
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