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WE REVIEW THE NEW TECHNO EP FROM ISREALI ARTIST TOMBOYZ – EYES OF ACID

In the realm of electronic music, where boundaries are meant to be pushed and conventions shattered, Israeli artist TOMBOYZ steps onto the scene with the enigmatic “Eyes of Acid” EP. Comprising of three tracks, each devoid of traditional lyrics, this techno venture unfolds like a sonic tapestry woven from historic news quotes, providing an avant-garde auditory experience.

The EP kicks off with the titular track, “Eyes of Acid.” From the first beat, TOMBOYZ sets the tone with a pulsating rhythm that immediately grabs the listener’s attention. The use of samples from historical news quotes injects a sense of urgency, creating an atmosphere that is both disconcerting and alluring. The juxtaposition of techno beats against the backdrop of voices recounting pivotal moments in history is a bold artistic choice, one that demands the audience’s engagement.

Moving seamlessly into “The New Generation,” TOMBOYZ maintains the relentless energy established in the opening track. Here, The layering of samples builds a complex auditory landscape, challenging the listener to navigate through the sonic maze.

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The EP concludes with “The Voice of Jerusalem,” a track that serves as a sonic pilgrimage through the artist’s cultural roots.

The rhythmic patterns persist, but there’s a discernible shift in tone. While the conceptual framework of “Eyes of Acid” is undeniably ambitious,.

TOMBOYZ’s “Eyes of Acid” is a testament to the artist’s courage in pushing the boundaries of electronic music. The EP’s reliance on historical news quotes as the sole voice within the compositions challenges the listener to engage with the past in a new, visceral way. While the risk of sensory overload looms, the EP’s bold conceptualization deserves applause, marking TOMBOYZ as an artist unafraid to tread uncharted territory within the techno genre.

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