Featured Song: Alon Mor – The Midelar.
Even if you’re a music junkie or a tireless SoundCloud surfer, your concept of music won’t be the same after Alon Mor. With boundless creativity, the production of this Israelian producer is wonky and extreme, his music often straddling the line between exceptional art and pure noise. Mor is definitely no stranger to boundary pushing creations, but this ten minute long opus earns its place among the longest and most varied tracks in his repertoire, alongside the highly successful “Demons” and the ridiculous “Releasing The Handcuffs.”
Apparently, according to Mor himself, ‘The Midelar” is part of the same journey inaugurated by his previous track, “Presudeos,” but in different points in time. It’s not difficult to spot the similarities and the multiple points of contact between the two episodes, but, despite that, this second chapter owns a very strong identity of its own.
The constant flux and change throughout is definitely the cornerstone of the track: it’s an interlocking sonic journey, where melting orchestral interludes and balearic guitars appear alternately, anthemic beauty giving way to, and seamlessly flowing into, unreal and outlandish drops.
Whether you’re listening to the track in your bed, in your car, or in the middle of a busy city district, for ten minutes your mind will be carried away through surreal landscapes, from the highest of mountain peaks to the edges of the deepest abysses.
A free download of the track is available here.