ArtistRack reviews The Black Album by DJ Reni L’Mas:
DJ Reni L’Mas takes electronic lofi sound to a new epitome on his latest LP “The Black Album” that holds full-bodied instrumentals with witty production faculties and convoluted arrangements. The twisted up and tormented stylistics of the music swells up the compositions with a sense of multi-faceted processing through the intricate effects.
The glitchy-distorted texture resonates a lofi crunch that establishes revolutionary harmonics in an original manner. The Black Album displays real-world sound that embodies every facet of ordinary life in a creative maneuver of authentic orchestration through unparalleled ambience. The fuzzy/wispy nature of the music gives it a solid foundation for the melodies to sync up with the tempo fluctuations in an exclusive spirit. The growling bass thuds execute a resonate boomy tune that pumped the tracks in a consistent syncopated direction through the artist’s overall fanciful conquest.
The poetic nature is conveyed throughout the soundscapes as they mesh in a consistent uniform manner without relying on repetitiveness as a crutch to hold the audience’s undivided attention. The mixture of overheads with the primary instruments hit upon two dynamic frequency ranges where the assortments position in the mix both professionally and resourcefully. Furthermore, each component of the music played its part to relish the innovative and universal electronic sound that encapsulates the essence of independent EDM to a zenith undiscovered.