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HEAVY MOON 12

Heavy Moon

 

Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.96 | 4 ratings

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Progfan97402
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4 stars Talk about an amazing piece of space rock. Jakob Relinger is from Canada, aside from his Moonwind project, is Heavy Moon. What I love about Heavy Moon is there is zero confusion in chronological order in discography as they're all numbered (even Chicago and Soft Machine didn't number every release). This, like Trip Lava out of Minneapolis is entirely a one-man space rock project. Jakob plays everything you hear here, including guitars, keyboards and synths, bass, and drums. Musically I get reminded of the early space rock-era Porcupine Tree, Pink Floyd, and Hawkwind, with that Pink Floyd-type pace, and lots of great space synthesizers. Also what I really love is the consistency of this album so there's really no use trying to pick out highlights. For those who enjoy this type of music, this stuff needs to be heard! 12 just happens to be the first thing I ever heard, and I was able to acquire the cassette, whose quality really blew me away, because I've encountered many cassettes from various artists from Bandcamp and the sound quality left something to be desired, but not here! For those who love space rock, this comes highly recommended!
Progfan97402 | 4/5 |

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