Infectious and intriguing… There is an up surge in this genre, and Silvermouse is obviously on the forefront of it.
Ojo Sarco, NM (PRWEB) July 07, 2012
For some of the best original music in the electro-acoustic / ambient dance genre (or self dubbed "Earth Trance") check out Space Country. Silvermouse's latest release, this album is a collection of tracks that have been honed on tour over the last couple of years and are finally being released as an album. In keeping with Silvermouse's philosophy that their album formats should remain true to the live experience, the album is an edited version of a live set recorded at an intimate gathering at the Kosmic Trading Post in Albuquerque, NM.
The growth from their first album (the self titled "Silvermouse") is immediately apparent. The beats are thicker, more progressive, and constantly evolving, and the integration of the rhythm and instrumental work is as tight as ever. Miss Jojo forms the backbone of the sound with her live mixing and creation of beats that have moved towards an ever more organic sound, while Justin Handley weaves into the complex soundscapes with a stable of stringed instruments as well as some beautiful work on flute.
The electro-acoustic genre has been steadily growing over the last couple of years, and Silvermouse is playing a significant part in the evolution of a new style and sound.
Paul Ruth from the Independent Music Scene describes their music:
“Infectious and intriguing… There is an up surge in this genre, and Silvermouse is obviously on the forefront of it. You can hear the innovative new wave sound with deep interpretation of the world around them.”
In order to make sure that everyone can hear their music, Silvermouse is putting audience above profits and keeping the album available by donation on their own site. Anyone can download, and those who feel moved to can make a donation. The album will also be for sale at standard industry prices on iTunes and all of the other online digital outlets.