BOORGHEEBAZ - FUKUSHIMA KATZ full album - Genre ELECTRONIC ROCK NEW WAVE - www.rumorsrecords.org
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After the good test of "Proletkult und Pasdaran" in 2010, in March 2011 BOORGHEEBAZ produce their second album, "FUKUSHIMA KATZ", which is distributed on the Internet by RUMORS RECORDS since October 2011.
The album, inspired by the tragedy of the nuclear power plant "Fukushima 1", following the disaster of the Great Tsunami, is an act of solidarity with the brave and unfortunate people of Japan and also an indictment towards the irresponsibility of the economic and financial power groups continuing to consider safe a form of energy production which obviously is not.
The album is a concept album "to the contrary."
It starts from the end, with "I Had a Dream" describing the humanity quickly forgetting the tragedy of Fukushima and 'dancing on the world': in the text is set the famous speech "I Have a Dream" of Martin Luther King, as a opposite site of a humanity that now sees the majority of its members becoming slaves of their own lack of social and political commitment.
"He Never Answers the Call" is following, a harrowing drama, a music transposition of the swing of emotions of a mother constantly calling her son, now dead and formerly resident in Miyagi Prefecture, on his mobile phone and she can never find him because the mobile rings more but, only, because he was charging, connected to an electrical outlet miraculously working.
The third song is "Fukushima Katz", the title track, which tells of the birth and brief life of the future 'Cat of Fukushima', born horribly malformed because of the radiation emitted by the reactors of the disastered plant.
"The Fly" follows, minimalist story of a fly in the midst of the tsunami, surviving for its ability to fly - a capacity not available in humans.
The fifth song, "Tsunami", tries to tell the Great Tsunami in music, with plenty of dissonance and polyrhythmic times (the melodic lines and harmonies of the various instruments recompose every seventeen rhythmic musical beats).
The last track, "Earthquake", is the beginning of the history, polyrhythmic and dissonant too, telling in music the great earthquake that is behind everything.
Musically, the album is a big step forward in Boorgheebaz’s project: the rules have changed and the band provides the pre-built installation sets the evening before the recording of the tracks, live recorded in studio each in eight hours, with four hours of post-production on the conclusive stereo track.
Remains the rule to entering into the studio without any inspiration in mind.
For the very first time, BOORGHEEBAZ also make use of patterns.
RUMORS RECORDS considers Fukushima Katz a masterpiece of electronic rock and post-wave - in addition to its great value of "outcry" against the use of any kind of nuclear energy.