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Venetian Snares - Horsey Noises

Venetian Snares - Horsey Noises

Has it been 7 hours already? It must have been less than a day because there is already a new Venetian Snares record to hear! Okay, so perhaps his output isn’t as regular as I may like to joke about but it doesn’t shadow the fact that Aaron Funk doesn’t waste time in throwing new ideas out there. Only a matter of months after his latest, and arguably best full-length for a while now, comes the brand new EP Horsey Noises.

It’s a typically strange affair. The opening track is definitely the most accessible track he’s produced to date. It’s slow for a start. And it has vocals! Perhaps not Aaron’s vocals, but how would anyone know? It’s about as Pop as you’ll ever hear from the Canadian Breakcore artist. And that’s about where the EP peaks. After the novelty of vocals, and then the humourous thoughts of wanting to make “horsey noises” with the girl you fancy, there’s not really a lot on offer here. It’s all very standard and sterile. A strong case for production taking precedence where quality in writing would be better. It’s kinda like his Black Sabbath Dubstep remixes: great on paper but poorly executed, as if he couldn’t be happy with just the idea and he had to go all the way to releasing something really subpar and boring.

Tracklist:
1. Horsey Noises
2. Horsey Vag Island
3. Pig Dync
4. Horsey Noisers

Venetian Snares - Horsey Noises, reviewed by Heard on 2009-06-22T07:23:50+00:00 rating 2.7 out of 5



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