Interested in some new snake rhythms? Your first thought better be “YES!”, even if most probably never heard about this kind of music.
Originators of this are Joakim Nørgaard & Anton Falck Gansted, whose alter ego First Hate caused a wide-spreading furore in Danish music scene and beyond during the past couple of months.
Copenhagen-based First Hate managed to release some cross-border tracks, which gives each song an individual aura. Their latest release “Warsawa” is brilliant when it comes to creating a catchy, smooth and relaxing sound, while disharmonic background tones regularly interrupt the harmony of the song and create some sort of tension for the listeners.
Besides that, First Hate delivered once again a plain but colourful video, which offers a great variety of interpretation (new online shop or criticism on pop cult?) and fits perfectly the mood of the whole track/video interplay.
Beginning with their geeky but confident appearance and ending with their diverse influences of different musical elements, First Hate are definitely on our radar for the future and we are optimistically looking forward to see new stuff by them soon.
If you want to dig deeper in snake rhythms, you should listen to some of their other releases as well – best recommendations so far are without any doubt “Girls in the club” and “In my dreams”.