Sunday, June 10, 2018

Music Monster of The Month: Perturbator

James Kent is Perturbator
  Perhaps one of the best kept secrets in the music industry (or to me at least). The type of sound Perturbator brings forth is dark retro-futuristic, and it's the type of sound you want playing in your sports car as you speed through the empty streets of the apocalypse, windows road down, and your sporting futuristic wrap around sunglasses, cool fashionable leather jacket with the spiked shoulders, and denim jeans.

  James Kent is no stranger, he's played guitar for several black metal bands, produced plenty of music having usage of software synth, and emulators that reproduce the synth sounds of old.

  Mainstream success hit it big for Perturbator when his music was featured in the video games Hotline Miami and Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number. Seriously, the amount of people who aware of this guy are in the millions if not billions.

  If you got time to only listen to only one of these fine albums (an honestly you should give them all a listen) I suggest listening to Dangerous Days.

  The last LP to be released was The Uncanny Valley back in 2016 and the last EP released was New Model in 2017. Now it's 2018 and nothing has been release yet which I don't mind, because all good things do come in due time, and honestly if these are the only four full length albums to be produced than I can live with that because Perturbator has earned it's place as Music Monster of The Month.

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