Posted March 2, 2021 by Mike Mineo in Electronic Rock

Metaspion – “Kundalini”

Cryptomeduza is the latest album from Metaspion, the Norwegian artist who impressed with the tracks “Old Rules Don’t Apply” and “Pyros” in 2019. The release continues an infusion of folk-rock, traditional Scandinavian music, and electronica — evidenced well by the chirpy variety of “Kundalini,” an opening track touting electro-pop and industrial savvy. The album’s self-titled track also captivates, with a wordless tribal-like vocal accompanying a traditional-sounding progression with pulsing, hypnotic appeal. Cryptomeduza shows further aesthetic success from Metaspion.

Stream the album in full below:

“Kundalini” and other memorable tracks from October can also be streamed on the updating Obscure Sound’s ‘Best of October 2020’ Spotify playlist.

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