The Kiss That Took A Trip brings electronica to ‘Electroforest’

MD Trello, the one man band that makes up The Kiss That Took A Trip, presents a 15-track electronic, experimental called Electroforest, an album that is as atmospheric as it is electronic. Sounding like no other album out there currently, it makes for an interesting listening session and depending on your current mood, can either get you feeling high or feeling a huge collapse is spirit.

Musically complex for sure, each track does bring lots of different types of dynamics. With very little vocals, the songs can either make you feel as though you’re going through a trance, uplift you, there are lots of different moods represented on here. It’s clearly not something you dance or move around to, but the bevy of electronic sounds does make you feeling something.

As an independent artist, Trello does create something different and deserves a lot of critic for doing so. It won’t satisfy the musical yearnings of the masses but it is appealing enough for the mainstream to be intrigued enough by it and give it a listen.


Author: Rob Perez

Rob Perez is a freelance writer who has been with The Music Universe early on. As a Correspondent for The Music Universe, you will find him writing reviews and live tweeting awards shows.