Scindite is a duo from Poland. One member is a vocalist and a lyricist. The other is an experimental electronics producer. The result of this cooperation is a creepy, dark and somewhat frightening e.p. where music and non-music coexist perfectly. This two-unit takes you on a journey to a mindset where nothing is certain and anything can happen at any given moment. A journey throughout the world of dark ambient, early electro, industrial and noise.
Besides dissonance, 'minimalism' is another keyword. Scindite doesn't need much to convince the listener of their talents. However, I should mention that this really is something for the chosen few who are not into traditional song structures, instrumentation or musical sound. 'Dum Spiro' is probably the most musical track, driven on a slow analog beat and containing numerous sounds, seemingly coming from everywhere except the speakers.
What follows is a very minimalistic approach on early electro mixed with dark ambient. Somehow it reminds me of Chris & Cosy or Throbbing Gristle. 'Difficilis' is the creepiest track, almost a noise piece. The final and definitely most surprising song on this e.p. is the daring cover of Dead Can Dance's 'Cantara', turned into an early electro piece that is both odd and awesome. To some extent, this song actually embraces everything Scindite stand for: experiments, atmosphere, stubbornness and minimalism. Interesting stuff...