The Moon Rang Like A Bell
Hundred Waters is known for its experimental sound, and is featured under genres such as electronic, alternative R ‘n’ B, and club music. The release of its second album, The Moon Rang Like a Bell, brings something new to the table. Interesting techniques like auto tune are used in a tasteful manner and incorporate layers of synths and piano, overlapping with vocals. The music, much like the album cover, is very abstract to say the least.
The Moon Rang Like a Bell features songs that are very haunting, soothing, and melodic. Describing such a sound in an objective manner efficiently can be difficult. There are some songs that have such a strong electronic component that make them sound otherworldly, while others more like ambiance suited for lounging around the house.
The unusual sound and vibes are not for everyone, but is very much worth listening to while going about daily activities.
Hundred Waters will be performing at Lee’s Palace on Feb. 26, 2015.
Album Review: Hundred Waters The Moon Rang Like A Bell