Indie Spotlight Review: Ursa Robotica – The Memory Trigger


 

It was less than two years ago when Ursa Robotica came out with their debut album, Discord and Dancefloors, followed by The Blue Line Metro EP, featuring Joy Electric influenced beats and Showbread-esque lyrics, with a heavy focus on screams and zombies.  With the release of The Memory Trigger, however, Ursa Robotica has become a solo project of Chris Works and the changes are quite evident.  The production has improved, as well as a vast difference in the sound by way of dropping the screams and focusing more on the synthesized vocals and instruments.  The lyrics are more cunning and witty in nature, with songs like “The Aesthetic” busting out a heavy dose of pop culture references.

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