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Digyphus is an ethereal, experimental gem of a project

Digyphus is an ethereal, experimental gem of a project

 Whoever (or whatever) Digyphus is- I'm here for them. Digyphus is described as the digital version of Sisyphus on Bandcamp, and is apparently fronted by one D. Andersen, who wrote and played all of the instruments on the project's new record, Escapism. To give you an idea of just how diverse that body of instruments is, I'll list a few: synthesizers, glockenspiel, electric guitar, and ocarina are all present in this album. "Digital Sisyphus" starts with an plucked acoustic guitar and piano arrangement, reminiscent of the "Call Me By Your Name" soundtrack. It builds into something a bit noisier, but not intrusively so. The whole record is awash in various reverbs and almost unnameable sounds. I could hardly pull myself away. -Geena Kloeppel

Published: August 26, 2018 |

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