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Hidria Spacefolk


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.98 | 122 ratings

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4 stars A very solid space-rock album, with everything that makes space-rock great. The music melds acoustic with electric and synthesized, Eastern music with Western. Experimental and extremely trippy, with the musical chops to back it up. It sounds almost like a lost Ozrics album with the swirling synthesizers,occasional flute and lack of vocals, and indeed, The Spacefolk on this album could quite easily go toe-to-toe with the Ozrics. Usually a jawharp makes me giggle, but it actually fits in quite nicely on the first track of the album. Throbbing bass lines and middle-Eastern melodies are the norm, held together by the aforementioned swirling synth parts and drumming by Teemu Kilponen. There is hardly a second of empty space in this album, it all seems to be filled to the brim with beautiful music. If you're a fan of bands like the Ozric Tentacles, Pink Floyd, jam bands, or anything psychedelic and trippy this album will hold your interest for some time.
MonkeyphoneAlex | 4/5 |


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