No Emotion by moon:and:6

“No Emotion” by Hamilton, Ontario-based producer and multi-instrumentalist moon:and:6 (Michael Chambers) is an angular instrumental post-rock track inspired by the jazz-influenced sounds of Chicago’s Tortoise and Isotope 217. Chambers uses vibraphones, twangy guitars, distorted bass guitars, synthesizers and crunchy drums to create his own genre-bending sound. The song, originally written and released by Chambers’ friend and frequent collaborator ttwwrrss (Sean Thompson), is based around a central melodic motif repeated throughout the track with varying instrumentation. The climax of the piece features a multi-layered concoction of melodic instruments playing the same angular riff.

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