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Iska Dhaaf - The Wanting Creature (2016)

25-05-2016, 22:10
Pop | Rock | Alternative | Indie

Title: The Wanting Creature
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Brick Lane Records
Genre: Alternative, Indie, Post-Punk, Dream Pop
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 36:49 min
Total Size: 101 MB


01. Invisible Cities
02. Lost
03. Say What You Want
04. Chrysalis
05. Faceless Death
06. Laura Palmer
07. The Moth
08. We Are
09. Wanting Creature

The Wanting Creature, the second offering from Brooklyn-via Seattle band Iska Dhaaf, is best described as profoundly vulnerable. It takes the complications of loss, depression, and instability from Nathan Quiroga’s & Benjamin Verdoes’ personal lives and turns them into something beautiful. The band explains the album as an intuition or series of transmissions that surfaced slowly over the 3 years the record took to complete. It is an intricate conversation they built, deconstructed and built again. The Wanting Creature revolves around the theme of desire and how it manifests in each area of our lives, even our biology.

True to the form of their first album, the poetry and wordplay of the lyrics on The Wanting Creature is rich, nuanced and layered. Every word is carefully chosen and there is a precise subtlety that allows the lines to continually unfold new meaning and imagery. Likewise, the sounds are refreshing and distinct. The band took their early methods of composition and pushed them into a new realm of production. This was due to the band’s desire to move forward but also the spatial constraints of New York City. The arrangements are bathed in digital textures and explore entirely new sonic territory. Much like Phantogram, Liars, and other contemporary innovators, Iska Dhaaf have pushed themselves to a wider spectrum of possibilities and experimentation.

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