Brenner & Molenaar are 2 musicians with one being from New York and the other California that are better known for their work in Gridfailure and Those Darn Gnomes and they team up on this recording to create a mixture of experimental, field recordings, noise and power electronics and this is a review of their 2020 album "Uninvited Savior" which will be released on January 31st by Nefarious Industries.
Organs start off the album and also gives the music more of a psychedelic feeling along with all of the tracks also being very long and epic in length. At times the music also gets very experimental and avant garde sounding while also mixing in a great amount of distorted sounds.
Synths and keyboards can also be heard in some parts of the recording while also adding elements of ambient into the music. Power electronics can also be heard at times along with one track also adding in a small amount of steel guitars and distorted guitars are also utilized in some parts of the recording.
Elements of jazz can also be heard briefly as well as all of the tracks also sounding very different from each other, Field recordings are also utilized quite a bit throughout the album along with the bass guitars also adding in a very powerful sound when they are added into the music briefly.
Most of the tracks are also instrumentals along with some distorted noises and drones also being added into certain sections of the recording. Voices, singing and spoken word parts can also be heard throughout the closing track closing track and they also add in more of a ritualistic atmosphere and the production sounds very dark.
In my opinion Brenner & Molenaar are a very great sounding mixture of experimental, field recordings, noise and power electronics and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this duo. RECOMMENDED TRACK "Transfixed". 8 out of 10.