Courtesy to A Closer Listen for this review and well worth following the link and looking at the creativity of The Vegetable Orchestra : )
The genre-defying debut of female trio möström is a sparkling original, beguiling in the best sense. These Viennese veterans of other bands (including Gustav, broken.heart.collector and The Vegetable Orchestra, dedicated to “the exploration of the acoustic properties of vegetables” – really!) have now combined forces to produce music that can’t be imitated, because it doesn’t imitate anything else. In fact, the only comparison we can make involves the “Emoticon” video, which shares the visual (although not the aural) tone of múm’s “They made frogs smoke til they exploded”. Simultaneously playful and creepy, the childlike visuals are blended with extremely dark undertones, earning a parental warning without a single lyric.
Still with us? Good. Then you’ll definitely appreciate the album. Perhaps the safest way to approach the music is sideways, so as not to alarm it. The disjointed feeling of the combined instrumentation (bass clarinet, keyboard, DIY electronics) is mirrored by…
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