The Maladaptive Solution: ‘Ontology (Form and Content)’

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Creating contemporary spiritual pop for the next generation, The Maladaptive Solution aim to ‘brainwash’ listeners with their new single ‘Ontology (Form and Content)’. The group use music as a medium to subtly teach, using a wide range of styles including pop, rock, folk and even world music elements. Contributors to The Maladaptive Solution include Brad Beard, Michael Carpenter, Michael Giblin, Jimmy Haber and Kylie Whitney.

 The mysterious group are influenced by almost every era and genre of music focus on creating memorable songs with quality production values at the heart of what they do. The track was written in one session but recorded over a number of years and locations showing the hard work and perfectionism that the group put into their music.

As for ‘Ontology (Form and Content), listeners have reported crying, feeling a strong sense of happiness or even a sense of support during a hard time, proving how ‘Ontology (Form and Content)’ can be interpreted by the individual in whichever way they wish.

As well as this, the group are keen for their intriguing logo to represent everything they do and their ethos as musicians, wanting it to become as ‘ubiquitous as the Nike swoosh’.

For fans of spiritual-esque folk and rock music, ‘Ontology (Form and Content)’ is a must listen.

Find out more on the band here:

Links:

https://themaladaptivesolution.bandcamp.com/

https://soundcloud.com/the-maladaptive-solution

https://www.facebook.com/TheMaladaptiveSolution/

https://twitter.com/MldptvSltnMusic

https://youtu.be/h8n7Qx2X6_0

https://www.instagram.com/themaladaptivesolution/

 

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