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Petra Glynt — This Trip (Oct. 27, 2017)

Petra Glynt — This Trip (Oct. 27, 2017)

                     Petra Glynt — This Trip (Oct. 27, 2017)  Petra Glynt — This Trip (Oct. 27, 2017)Ξ→       Taking inspiration from her realization of the enormous positive power wielded by a unified and diverse population, Petra Glynt rides atop a propulsive rhythm track to deliver an empowering and emboldening message on “Up To The People”.
Ξ→       Her long~time friend and collaborator Doldrums steps up with a stark, sped up, and viciously intense remix, which he describes as “inspired by power drills and machines in pain”. Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.                     © °°°   Petra Glynt and Mas Aya, Harbourfront Centre, 14. 07. 2013
Location: Montréal, Québec, Canada
Album release: October 27, 2017
Record Label: Vibe Over Method
Duration:
Tracks:
01. Propaganda      3:06 
02. Radical      2:50 
03. Up to the People      2:27 
04. The Cold      5:42 
05. This Trip     3:31 
06. Domino      3:02 
07. Stop Time      3:04 
08. Fell in a Hole      3:16 
09. The Cruel      3:43 
10. This You Need      6:16Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.Credits:
→     Written, Produced, Programmed, and Performed by Alexandra Mackenzie as Petra Glynt.
→     Additional Production on This Trip and Fell in a Hole by Prince Nifty.
→     Mixed and Mastered by Damian Taylor.Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.Review
By Jenna McClelland, Published Oct 25, 2017; Score: 8
Ξ→       On new album This Trip, experimental pop artist Alexandra Mackenzie, aka Petra Glynt, is honest about her intentions. The album’s cover, drawn by Mackenzie herself, is a dazzling, multi~colour harbinger of the news: “R.I.P. Patriarchy,” a tombstone reads. But “Rest in Peace” is a mere formality, and when first track “Propaganda” hits, it is clear that the plan is to dance on the grave.
Ξ→       “I am propaganda / do it like the sound of / a modern day enchanter / or a military commander,” she sings over a haunting backtrack, layered with her own voice and a violent drum track. Mackenzie’s pounding percussion has always been a signature of her sound throughout her musical career (see: “Caterpillar Massacre” by Romo Roto, get: blown away); they’re part of the reason her live shows are consistently so sparkly and energetic. As an artist, she’s compelling on every level: visually, politically and viscerally. Her work straddles the borders of art~pop and punk, and her beautiful and skilled vibrato is the cherry on top.
Ξ→       Highlight “The Cold” demonstrates Glynt’s versatility. Beginning with chanting vocal loops, the song has a meditative quality that builds as the drums circulate, gain and thereby deflate the tension of the lyrics. “Be quiet my heart / in search of home / no matter where I land / I still face the cold” becomes a mantra as Glynt reflects on finding a space of one’s own — artistically, emotionally and spatially — over pounding toms. This one will induce goosebumps on every play.
Ξ→       This Trip meets at a satisfying intersection of sound and politics. The cover’s pick~up trucks dumping Greek columns of the Ionic Order and colonial statues reiterate the message of a movement from tradition; Petra Glynt is among the best of the Canadian vanguard.   Ξ→       http://exclaim.ca/
Website: http://www.petraglynt.zone/
Bandcamp: https://petraglynt.bandcamp.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/PetraGlynt
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/petra-glynt
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/petraglyntmusic/
Label: https://www.vibeovermethod.com/Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen._____________________________________________________________

Petra Glynt — This Trip (Oct. 27, 2017)

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