Ruination by Tomorrow’s Child: Review
How can you explain an experience that is not verbal and almost surreal? That is indeed what Ruination by Tomorrow Child is giving. A multi-instrumentalist visionary, Tomorrow’s Child goes berserk with a chain of glitchy, almost deconstructing beats that mesmerize anyone that has the chance to taste it.
As a commemoration for the Levant mine disaster victims, Tomorrow’s Child’s electrifying journey has a heart at its core, and let the twisted synth waves grab the mind and climax at the chaos of sound from one that is daring enough to create. Known for his ability to create such cinematic moments by using merely sounds and synths, Tomorrow’s Child encapsulates non-stop nights at the underground club, with flashlights on the head and shots ‘til one collapses at his feet, or we can imagine this on a noir-crime film, as this immaculately depicts a rigorous chase between a culprit and the police à la Trainspotting – but in a more futuristic, hyper sound! Ruination is a highlight from Tomorrow’s Child much-anticipated debut project, Beach Ghosts, where we can expect more from this visionary: how far can he distort sounds and how many dimensions can we be thrown in this time. If you are an avid fan of nightclub sounds with an especially eerie theme, Tomorrow’s Child is a blessing (or a blessed curse) however you name it to be!
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Review by: Maxime Cronenberg