TST001 - thespiritualtriangles.bandcamp.com/album/dystopian-children
"Dystopian Children" is the eighth work of Superalma Project (the first to be released in 2018) and was performed on the last European winter tour (Portugal, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Germany). The album is narratively supported by a significant reference to dystopian literature; from George Orwell’s 1984 and Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World to Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games.
Primarily, “the central idea of this work inhabits the vacuum between the presumed end of earthly things and the personal recollections of my childhood, and from this conceptual junction, germinates this album, that I think it is so far, the most mature and structurally complex work of Superalma Project."
Igor Almeida, February 7th, 2018
"Music wraps the dance, sacred and profane, that increases our desires. Mythical, historical and imaginary characters sing to cherish the childish spirit of what is to come. Erotic resistance that tragically lives in the moving chaos. The dystopian child is born from the sonorous densities that emerge from chaos and silence and establishes itself as the creative power of the future: shadows on the stage, fiction, musical illusion that makes life the combatant dream of passing time and death that arrives."
Marcos Faunner, February 8th, 2018
released February 10, 2018
"Dystopian Children" was composed, mixed and mastered by Igor Almeida between August and October / 2017 in Porto/Portugal.
Pictures by André Gonçalves
Released in Cassette Tapes by The Spiritual Triangles [thespiritualtriangles.com]
Reviews on “Dystopian Children”:
"Brilliant stuff!" - Andy (Dayz Of Purple And Orange: bit.ly/2Ik1Y9S)
"Superalma criou uma nova distopia" - Fernando Gonçalves (Bodyspace: bit.ly/2DiarXg)
"Refined and darkly beautiful" - Kevin Press (Badd Press: bit.ly/2Gqi0xI)
"An unexpected theatrical journey" - FZB (Floorshime Zipper Boots: bit.ly/2JONvn7)
"An angsty and dark soundtrack, loaded with haunting soundscapes, eerie noises and impending percussion" - Serge Timmers (Merchants Of Air: bit.ly/2K9ajxY)
More about “Dystopian Children”:
Cultura de Borla: bit.ly/2tyclU7
Threshold Magazine: bit.ly/2HjC195
Joyful Union Website: bit.ly/2p4JMIx
El Aguijon Musical Blog: bit.ly/2DhxSjL
Newstories and Blog: bit.ly/2p3yUKU
Caliper Music Blog: bit.ly/2FzhXyT