This fifteen-song combustion of originality fuses multiple musical styles. The “gloom” is present in songs like Just a # (a glitchy, bass-driven, view of the inside of a mental hospital), a Wave of (an ambient, tranquil, emotional experience), and Pick.Pull.Claw (a psychedelic, acidic, composition). The transition from dark to light takes place during Projector Eyes (chaos into 60s sunshine pop). The “illume” half of the album produces songs like Intergalactic Festivity (A disco space party hopping genres), and Rainbow Don’t Go (electronic pop).
Another facet of LINEAR DOWNFALL often experienced is their outward expression of their music through a dynamic theatrical stage show. Fans are drawn into the adventure and encouraged to participate, releasing their own interpretation of the music and free-flowing expression. In 2012, Linear Downfall had a very crazy and ambitious year. They added a new member, Dom, on guitar to help fill out their layered sound, went and recorded at Wayne Coyne's (Flaming Lips' frontman) house, played two songs "21st Century Schizoid Man" (a King Crimson cover) and the Flaming Lips/Lightning Bolt Collaboration "I'm Working at NASA on Acid" live on the O Music Awards on stage with the Flaming Lips, was a part of the remake of King Crimson's 1969 debut album "In the Court of the Crimson King" featuring the Flaming Lips, Stardeath and White Dwarfs, New Fumes, and Space Face with Linear Downfall on "21st Century Schizoid Man" and collaborating with the all of the bands on the song "Epitaph",and supported the album with the "Exploding the Moon a Million Times" tour with Stardeath and White Dwarfs, New Fumes, and Space Face.
They also completed their third album entitled "Fragmental Hippocampus" which is their most experimental and personal album to date. Linear Downfall has big plans for the future including some interesting albums and lots of touring. Members: Charlee Cook-Vocals, Bass, Synthesizer, FX, other Chance Cook-Guitar, Vocals, FX, Programming, etc. Will Hicks-Drums, Keys, Synthesizer, FX Dom Marcoaldi- Guitar, aux perc Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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