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Trip To Elara



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3 stars Sweet and dreamy ... very comfortable is fuzzy guitar temperature calling our psychic shining. Slippy atmosphere through persistent drumming in the first titled track can be felt as an authentic psychedelia. Deep bass plays are too sincere for the audience to avoid, but such a violent guitar crack should be another impressiveness. Also the following "Eskerik Asko" sounds more strictly psychedelic and hallucinogenic like the titled track. Repetition and distortion around them give us a brilliant moonshine definitely.

"Ondo Loin" launches matured mellow feeling and floating groove via the musical struggle of the trio, that reminds us of kinda texture like the stoner scene. On the contrary the last improvised sound discharge titled "Sakura Session" sounds the most of Krautrock all of the four tracks in this ep ... quite broken, dissected guitar fuzz drenched in loud feedback like Les Rallizes Denudes based upon the inspired but refined rhythm section should let us see the heaven.

Would not feel enough novel nor innovative via this ep (maybe remarkably influenced by lots of guitar-based psychedelic progressive combos methinks) but a tad recommended for psych freaks who want to dream a sweet dream in the midnight.

DamoXt7942 | 3/5 |


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