One Hand Clap by Deep Dive Species: Review
If you’re looking to travel your mind, try the sounds of the New York duo Deep Dive Species. You will be absolutely obsessed with the psychedelic vibes of Deep Dive Species’ new single, One Hand Clap from their debut album Aquaphilia.
From the context of the song’s birth in the early stages of the Covid pandemic, this experimental electronic duo of Vadim Militsin and Sergey Popovich, who are musicians with outstanding achievements banded together. So, it’s not too difficult to understand the elaborate technique was handled smoothly even in the home studio.
An amazing new wave of ambient sound bands combined with vinyl texture were used to create the trippy soundscape. The music video opens with a vacuum sound showing a car being sucked back up with the rhythmic percussion sounds of a clock attached to a bomb ticking towards the explosion. Then the groovy bass and drums appear, the sounds gradually become immersive combined with the instruments. The sparkling colors and tones gradually enter the song with the bird’s notes, a soft flute, a dreamy voice singing poetically, all creating an indescribable immersive effect.
The reverse layout of the music video goes hand-in-hand with the trippy music. The reverbed synth background has a deep timbre with a grungy, old-school vibe. Playing in loops and eventually ends with voices talking in a public place, envisioning a society and hoping for something bright and warm. A song with a great concept is available on platforms for you to explore!
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Review by: Knot Dot