Creating a spellbinding experimental quest through the chapels of the interior of the mind, Rock duo, Aurganic, shine both musically and artistically throughout ‘Distant Echoes & Close Encounters’. Kicking off with “Signs”, both Michael Kossov and Leo Pisaq of Aurganic lyrically search for any last remnants of hope or indications of relational substance as an emotive instrumental influence creates an enigmatic surge of placidity through the veins of listeners.
The second track, “Empires”, mimics the initial instrumental impression of a track by The Fray as the element of emotion is heightened by the depth and breadth of the powerful songwriting that is in harmony with the intent of the track.
“Invincible (In The Shadows)” is the third track which slows it down into a harmonic and sensual groove in which arousing vocals pierce the heart yet remain down-to-earth and grounded in a manner that gifts listeners with the effect of a continual graphic cycle of relational decaying and rising.
The fourth track, “Levitate”, burns like a smoldering ember as the dreamy lyrical touch emitting the thoughts of a mind caught in chimerical musings burns its way into the soul and tugs at the heartstrings with gentle ease. “Distant Echoes” is the fifth track which lyrically sheds light on the storage of memories that have been collecting dust within the hearts of Michael and Leo as the gentlemen embrace their sensitivity with enduring sincerity.
The sixth track, “Meander”, adds a harder Rock instrumental element and darkens the mood to examine the emotional tyranny that suddenly infringes upon the marrow of their bones. “Porcelain” is the seventh track which lyrically explains the feeling of walking on eggshells with the object of their desire as listeners are sweep into Aurganic’ songwriting expertise that is laced with wisdom and intuitive sensibilities that make truths beyond the surface transparently indubitable.
The eighth track, “Shaman”, is a track that questions the belief systems and roads that individuals travel down that lead them to subconsciously choose to steer clear of bearing the burden of carrying sacks of life’s dirt. Closing out with “Close Encounters”, Auganic solidify the seal of approval that ‘Distant Echoes & Close Encounters’ is a sensational release through an electronic instrumental aesthetic that is rich in sophistication and crackling intensity.
If you’re a fan of artists such as MUTEMATH, Bloc Party and Dredg, then we highly recommend diving deep into ‘Distant Echoes & Close Encounters’.