iglooghost‘s debut album ‘neō wax bloom’ is an amalgamation of all things maximalist and overdone. it’s a lively, constant barrage of vivid colors which dismantles electronic music as a whole and reassembles it as... this. it’s frantic and fast, to an aggressive extent, refusing to be repetitive. every bar offers something new and no song sounds like another while still fitting to this highly stylized, colorful aesthetic. they connect well, transitioning into one another to create this 41 minute journey reminiscent of a cartoon, on acid. (don’t do acid, it can’t be good for you). the only moments of familiarity are human rapping or a vocal sample, both usually sped up to the speed of the beat itself, rendering the sample or vocal recording both unrecognizable and uninterpretable. that lack of human comfort and outreach is the exact intention that seamus (iglooghost himself) has on this album. he intends to create a world of unfamiliarity, a wild 40 minute ride. the album serves as the soundtrack to seamus’ own story, one of a a few creatures recovering from the destruction of their world and the albums chaotic nature does represent that destruction, but in a colorful way. this style of colorful chaos marks everything iglooghost has put out, and if the rumor that he has a collab with danny brown turns out to be true, expect some of the wildest and most chaotic music you’ve ever heard. his style is as loud, in your face, and off the fucking wall as possible. and i love every second of it.