More from Corruption, whose presence in music is of the sort that may best suit SoundCloud’s existence — that may be of the sort that is the result of SoundCloud’s existence. It isn’t about albums, or singles, or videos, or remixes, so much as it’s about the steady, frequent, largely unmediated appearance of unexplained, alternately quotidian, melodic, and noisy sonic fragments — snatches of odd everyday sound, subsets of songs, and crunchy extroversion. Perhaps collectively they form some meta-canvas. “Norma,” the latest of Corruption’s output, is echoed burbles of throaty synth. As an assessment of range, “Tirth” is slomo solo piano, like a broken android Nils Frahm Pinocchio straining for sentience. And “Soak” is weirdly warbly, like a future kalimba designed by Laurie Anderson:
Tracks originally posted by Corruption at soundcloud.com/corrption. The account lacks the “u” but the tracks are signed Corruption in full.