December 10, 2020

Don Aman: Monsterlock

photo: Francesca Raimondo & Tom Clément

French indie rock Don Aman are like kids in a candy store, picking up anything that looks interesting. At first their new album Monsterlock might come off as a mishmash of genres, but it turns out once again that the old of adage that "the whole is greater than the sum of the parts" does apply.

Drones, ambient, blues, post-rock and even a bit of old school progressive rock were stitched together to a tapestry of sounds. Sparse passages make way for complex structures, acoustic guitar gets superseded by a distorted electric, with singer Francis as a pied-piper leading the way. Monsterlock is a like a arthouse movie, non-linear but it all fits somehow. They will have zero impact on the mainstream market, but the very vocal minority of connoisseurs will sing their praises for years to come.

Don Aman:
Francis: vocals, guitar
Arthur: drums
Geoffroy: bass

Monsterlock is released via Last Disorder (Dijon, France), Urgence Disk Records (Geneva, Switzerland), Araki Records (Reims, France), Presto Chango (Amsterdam, Netherlands / Seattle, USA). Buy it (limited vinyl, digital) from their website

Tracks:
  1. Nothing
  2. Monsterlock
  3. Glory
  4. Mark-
  5. -Mark
  6. Coral
  7. Schwindler

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