Snow Wite – Dry Humping Stage Monitors I Am An Indestructible Master (NP007)

Boom bah! It's the album art for Dry Humping Stage Monitors I Am An Indestructible Master, by Snow Wite. It's kinda trippy, and there's a lot of skin. You'll see it.

Boom! It’s the album art for Dry Humping Stage Monitors I Am An Indestructible Master, by Snow Wite. You’ll see it, I think, because it’s right above these words.

Artist: Snow Wite
Title: Dry Humping Stage Monitors I Am An Indestructible Master
Label: Nina Pop
Cat#: NP007
Keywords: EDM, Electronic, Rock, Club, Dance, Pop
Reviewer: Alex Spalding

Oh… well, hello there, reader. Ah, yes, you walked in and caught me right at the beginning of introducing a review of some cool music. Don’t worry, you’re not interrupting anything. Actually, I was expecting you to show up at this very moment to start reading it. Relax, feel free to continue sitting and reading. Can I get you something to drink? Impossible, I’m behind a computer screen. Get yourself something if you want and come back. If you don’t mind, though, I’ll probably break paragraph now.

Down here in the second paragraph, I’d like to take a moment to acquaint you with an artist by the name of Snow Wite, who you might already know about if you’ve read a lot of my other reviews, or if you just know about all kinds of stuff for other reasons. This album came out super-recently and is like, a completely different world from a lot of his other music! And, it’s really great! I was blown away… hey, I’ve got an idea… climb aboard my horse glyph and we’ll ride off to the third paragraph: Ѭ

*clomp clomp clomp* … yeah, those are horse FX. We’ll stop here. Thanks for the ride, Horse. Ѭ <(sure, np!) So, anyway, here I’d like to put on the first track. It’s titled ‘711’. What’s it about, you might ask? It’s the OST for your loitering lifestyle. It’s got a pumping 4/4 edm groove, stabs of synth magic, claps clapping hard in the mix, a piano breakdown section. For some reason, we don’t have 711s here, it’s kinda frustrating.

Well, next is a really nice track who’s name is ‘Kitty Calico’ and right away I love the sweet bell synth intro, then the bass comes on and it pumps! It’s a pretty rad track about an awesome girl who is a superhero of our imaginations. I’m happy to hear a guitar lead on this album, it really needs to be there and makes the music so much better.

Next up is a funky track with awesome guitar and synth leads called ‘Not 4 U’ and ft. Fat Tony. Something about it makes me wanna practice taekwondo on a yacht. I don’t know why that was the first place my mind went, but maybe it’s alright. This track is like… a really happy sounding piece of music about breaking away from someone.

We’ve got a really nice sounding heavy shuffle groove happening on ‘Creepin Thru An Alley’ which is right away some excellent sound work. There’s a bit of guitar, some bells… I love this one, I feel like Snow Wite’s pushing even further with his sound. The vocals are perfect, and I love all the sound elements, the awesome saxophone throughout, the atmospheres, the congas, it’s like an odd mix of impactful and sensual… and then Snow Wite busts out some serious guitar over the mix, it’s just great…

… ‘Elf’ is next, and it hits hard with a heavy electronic breakbeat and a thick bassline. Lovely synths ride over the top, it’s a surprising track on an album full of great surprises.

‘Magical Powers’ combines wonderful light synths and arpeggios with guitar distortion and 4/4 dance pulses. The vocals are great, too!

After that is ‘Tap Out Of Reality’, which has a hard, fast groove, lots of gritty low bass. I love the vocals on this one, the energy is fierce and awesome! This is another one of my faves on here.

‘Hard Rocker’ features Fatal Jamz, and I was really excited to hear what these two artists had created together. It starts with some guitar, then the groove busts in. This track is a lot of fun! The vocals feel like they’re all over the place, but in a way that works for the music and drives up the urgent energy.

Then, holy shit, right away I feel like I’m listening to some early hardcore techno at the outset of ‘Mellow Wave’, which features the artist Mysterr. I love the vocals, the touch of breakbeats, then outta nowhere a guitar rips into the mix. It sounds like a guitar sample has been sped up and inserted, it’s a very unusual and interesting sound. It takes a detour into hip hop breakbeat. Wow!

Next up, ‘Joint’ has a nice mellow breakbeat with chill pads. I love how Snow Wite’s vocals work with the music. This is another fave. I’m kind of blown away through this whole album with how far away into other sound styles Snow Wite is exploring, while also managing with every track to still sound like himself.

I hear organ and guitar on ‘Soul Organ Space Groove’, and then a cool electronic groove and tiny plonk melody. This song is nice, like a chill psychedelic ride that takes you up past the horizon and out into the stars.

Afterward, ‘Somethin Bout’ comes in with really nice deep organ stabs, a heavy clap. It’s got a touch of funkiness, but is also very downtempo.

The last track here is ‘Cloud 11’ and it features Two Moons. It has a lot of pretty sounds floating around… it’s a really nice closing track, with lots of atmospheric cloud rap vibes.

Snow Wite’s music keeps getting more and more sonically experimental, but always remains uniquely true to itself. This album is definitely worth a listen, so you should go and hear this for sure!

https://ninapop.bandcamp.com/album/dry-humping-stage-monitors-i-am-an-indestructible-master

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