Mass Experience is a radical showbiz family of high-voltage creatives in Sydney, Australia. Soul mates, Katie M Little (comedian and writer) and Timothy Poulton (internationally renowned landscape photographer) and their three children. From spinning breakbeat and promoting some of Sydney's most legendary underground rave parties in the '90s, to designing many of the scene's most iconic club flyers and record label illustrations as self-taught graphic artists, the duo have successfully moved and woven with the movement of the cultural underground.
Now they return with the album "Sitting with Demons", where indie-electronica and psychedelia inspired by the 60s, invite you to join their Mass Experience. Now they return with the album "Sitting with Demons", where indie-electronica and psychedelia inspired by the 60s, invite you to join their Mass Experience. Here we present the single: "The Way it Makes Me Feel" that promises an album that will give a lot to talk about. The bass is warm and soothing yet incredibly clear, the keyboards are beautifully layered in the background, and the mix has a great "space" feel that really makes the Mass Experience stand out from its contemporaries.
His sound, focused on a deeply sensual and agile dance floor that reveals greater depth to his palette and his next full-length single. In its sound we can find something that a large part of the songs released in days have a tendency to jump directly to the first verse in a matter of seconds, without preparation or time to develop the instrumentation. It's great to see Mass Experience buck this trend with "The Way it Makes Me Feel" which has a great extended intro that gives you plenty of time to appreciate the instrumentation and production before the vocals begin.
On this single, Timothy Poulton has absolutely nailed the sound of funky electronics with his dexterity on both guitar and synths, while Katie Little guides us higher and higher between a flutter of drums and waves of synthesized bliss.
In short, this album is as captivating as it is forceful, with the perfect amount of substance, it is presented with a powerful style that ranges from classic to the most avant-garde. Mass Experience has really carved out a niche for itself with their atmospheric yet addictive and catchy sound, and for my part, I can't wait to see what they'll come up with in the future. Stay tuned, because what's to come is even better.
The album is released on May 14