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The Graveyard of Maybe-Somethings

by Alyag

An eclectic amalgamation of Electro-Psy-Funk-DnB-Disco-Trance-Metal, "Alyag" is a Calgary, Canada based multi-instrumentalist, music producer, crafty tinkerer, and sassball extraordinaire.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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The direct successor to 2018's "Recreational Schizophrenia" debut EP, "The Graveyard of Maybe-Somethings" is the culmination of Alexandre "Alyag" Popravko's tune-tinkering conjuration efforts o'er the twelve or so months that'd followed. As per Alyag's typical modus operandi, the eight-track album twirls and brushes up against an especially eclectic myriad of genres n' styles not often sighted in the same space, yet grooving together rather amicably under less-than-usual sonic circumstances; from melodic guitar-driven drum n' bass hitters, to punk-jam prefixed trance-step, heavy metal psy-trap, ambient psy-chill, something akin to a samba funk rock action movie soundtrack with dueling shredding guitar solos... and then some, plus a half. It's zany, it romps hard, at times gently tugs on the heart-strings, and even introspectively acknowledges itself via spooky cover art by the illustriously talented Rebecca Mead.

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