Gross Prophet has released “Vague Memories of Self,” a Dance/Electronic/Braindance EP that provides hot beats and interesting composition. Thomas Fowler, who hails from Australia, creates songs with unique auditory components such as synthesizers and other computer generated noises. It’s a sound that intrigues and inspires one to move their body. His music is one of a kind and is enjoyable to listen to.
“Planeth” starts out with an “other-worldly” vibe to it– a trippy dance beat, synthesizers, and other various computer generated blips and beeps. It brings to mind artists like Moby. It’s a great song to dance to, and has interesting elements such as video game noises that catch the listener’s attention. It’s easy to imagine a song like this blaring at a rave or some other type of underground music event. A slower song, “It’s All Okay,” opens with the sounds of an orchestra warming up. This track has a dark, moody, spooky vibe to it. There are many of layers of instrumentation in this song. The orchestra-like instruments are brilliantly combined with electronic elements, which create a pleasing sound. This song is more of a cerebral type– not something you can really get out on the dance floor and groove to. “Spare” is an up-tempo song with a fast beat and mellow vibe. The computer generated blips and sound effects complement the great melody of the song. The interesting use of different instrumentation and the thumping beat keeps the listener on their toes, and one can easily picture this song being used in a movie as the backdrop to a thrilling action scene.
Gross Prophet has a unique talent in creating tunes that uses far-out noises to produce some of the most interesting music out there. His songs are great to dance to, but also are creations that make you think. Gross Prophet is a talent that is commanding your attention– and with this type of original music, he is almost guaranteed to get it.