by Vina Konda
Borborygmus, deglution sounds, hydrochloric acid disintegrating food are some of the natural activities that produce the most interesting soundwaves we can witness as a one man crowd.
That's exactly what Vina Konda tried to explore in his third solo EP "Osseus Labyrinth". After many years of research, the Palin Gen laboratories scientist presents a staggering sonic exploration into the human digestive system that aims to musically reproduce what he theorized as a "galastrointestinal journey" where "gastric" and "galactic" merge into
the same word. This nano-molecular adventure through our inner cosmos finds its way in an experimental bass music and techno interpretation where powerful rythmics are surrounded by swarming biological organisms and magnified by a breathtaking internal body reverb.
The first track named " (-C-O-(O)P(O)-O-C-) " is a 120bpm futuristic electro trip picturing a tracheal fall, signing the begining of our anatomic expedition.
"Melting E. Coli" is opening by a sword sound followed by a warrior cry, recalling here a fictive battlefield where bacteria are
colonizing gastrointestinal walls at the rhythm of a 150 bpm banger.
"SNC Modulation" is a scientific term about the exchange of informations between brain and guts which takes the form of a technoid
experimentation divided into two parts which are symbolizing the neural information moving forward and then backward.
Our travel through the ventral meanders ends with the beautiful " >0> ", a smooth and nice "bellyaric" ballad picturing the body exit of our vehicle.
Vina Konda's science knowledge and creative narration make "Osseus Labyrinth"
a pure Sci-Fi piece of art in which the musical medium was prefered toexpress his ideas rather than words or images.
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