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Hieronymus Dream


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.00 | 1 ratings

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3 stars One or two may argue that new respectively contemporary psychedelic space rock bands are out and about with worn out shoes in general. Just aimlessly jamming, copying successful Pink Floyd recipes, or delivering uninspired heavy stoner riffs for the thousandth time. This, in my humble opinion, mirrors a somewhat negative point of view. Yes, and No, multiple shades of grey, that's the truth, still in 2020. Here we have a rather promising exception to the aforementioned unsophisticated impression. Five musicians, hailing from somewhere out of Greece have recorded this EP, which is consting of four tracks with a total running time of 30 minutes. Not any further informations available about this band, yet, at this time.

Eh, there's no need to hide though, I don't see any reason for that. Instrumentation is genre typical, sound quality top, all comes clear. The band's unique vibe predominantly derives from the fine melancholic dual guitar interplay, and this is paired with a proper krautrock touch. The overall atmosphere is well developed. Bass lines are either lively, though krautish hypnotic in the same way. Prolific drum work, spheric synth layers everywhere. The well arranged songs evolve like ebb and flow, with suspense. No need to emphasize a particular one. A nicely done kick-off I would say. Now waiting for a full-fledged and more varianted debut album to come anytime soon. 3.5 stars.

Rivertree | 3/5 |


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