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4 stars 13 minutes like a fantastic dream for me. Let me say thanks to Eetu for recommending a Finnish Post / Psych project HORTE (he's attended their gigs in Helsinki, what an envy really). They say this EP "Harha" was performed and recorded in Roadburn Festival 2018. At first, when I stumbled upon this album and listened to it carefully, I assumed this album would have recorded in a studio and remixed strictly, without any suspicion. That is, their performance in this creation was perfect and excellent. Dissonant electronic phases, noisy bass friction, sticky drumming based upon downtempo, stoner rhythmic ground, and dreamy, stimulative melody lines ? every single moment in their 'quarter hour' makes me crazy. They definitely have much more grandeur and delicacy in their inner soundscape than other Post-Rock / Psych-Prog outfits. Wondering what essence would bring up such gorgeousness or sensitiveness, and if I get immersed in their obscurity and mystique (nobody except themselves knows their real nature). Surely it's not just me, every post / psych fan should join their gig anytime soon. Highly recommended, again mentioned.

EDIT: According to Eetu's comment, this album was recorded in a studio and sold in Roadburn Festival 2018. Sorry for my misunderstanding, but absolutely it's crazy fascinating.

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