Secheron Peak – Slow Gravity
It’s a tragedy that so much talent exists in the world without being discovered. So here’s a slice of the unknown. Jump into the ornate universe of Melbourne’s Secheron Peak. A dark, twisted and complex reality where gravity doesn’t exist and ideas linger in the air like smoke. A maze of obscurity with genius in the centre.
He’s just released a stunning album of futuristic electronica with its roots firmly wrapped around post-rock. MK2 is rich and textural with deep bass, swirling patters, jittery synths and zingy guitars; you’ll want to dance to it as well as loose your mind. Heavyweight Earth is profound, slower, but builds into a spectacular soundscape evoking visions of northern lights, dramatic fjords and other far away lands.
The album, Slow Gravity is available for a name your price download on his bandcamp; if you’re looking for an experience akin to out of body, make a b-line for it. Listening to this stuff should not be taken lightly. Leave a trail of bread crumbs or may well forget where you came from.
Words – Miss Button