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Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.92 | 148 ratings

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4 stars I cannot believe how many good albums came out in 2017.

I knew Agusa from way back when I was really into stoner/psych-rock. Only recently discovered that they released this album.

They extended their sound to less stonerrock to more lush, folky, symphonic music, wich reminds me a bit of BlandBladen, but also the old masters: Camel, Caravan, Gong etc.

The music on this album features flute, organ, guitar, bass and drums but is always very colourful. The music is instrumental wich adds to pastoral feel. It is not really a trippy psych-album, it's way more than that. Probably because of the melodies and the inclusion of flute, wich is one of my favorite instruments.

Another thing I like about the band, is that although they are obviously a jamband, they never are loud and noisy and really know how to add atmosphere and melody to their music.

Strongly recommended!

Kingsnake | 4/5 |


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