Based out of Melbourne in Australia, live electronica duo LazyBoyProactive strikes the audience with a fun moniker and with a really cool sound, based on a modern and tight dance-type of production together with pop sensibilities and club music energy. The duo has been active since 2006, with the final aim to offer much more than music to their audience, striving to deliver a mind-blowing audio and visual experience at their live shows, featuring stunning visuals and clips alongside the tracks from their debut album, aptly titled Kaos Dream, an album name that is based on the concept of turning chaos into real art through the natural chemistry of their collaboration as a duo of producers and live performers.
Although the music by LazyBoyProactive can essentially be described as techno/dance, there is a strong rock component on it, not only because the duo featuring Ankei and Munkei perform live with electric guitars, but also because the sheer power and energy of their music has got this strong rock swagger to it. This music is really meant to be listened to out loud, possibly from a cool venue's PA system, because the songs featured on the album Kaos Dream could constitute a really mind-blowing live set, full of break-downs, build-up and steady beats. Kaos Dream features 13 tracks, each one ranging from four to roughly five minutes in length, with the exception of "Cybernetic Tribe,” that closes in at 7:18 making it the longest tune on the whole release. The band ironically states that "the vocals are done in a lazy manner but proactively" - and upon listening to the vocals on the songs, it’s quite easy to see what they mean. There is very little screaming and shouting manically, but the sleazy, laid-back vocals still manage somehow to inject a good dose of energy into the songs, perfectly melting on top of the synth-based effect and beats! This is adrenaline inducing album that hits hard and will keep the club kids on the dance floor till the wee hours of the morning.
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