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SPACETIME FABRIC CONDITIONER

The Laze

 

Eclectic Prog

4.16 | 8 ratings

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DamoXt7942
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4 stars A good mixture of perverseness and strictness.

This Spacetime Fabric Conditioner was released as a limited edition only online but as honestly I say I cannot understand why they should not release this terrific album widely ... guess they hope this album can be listened to by more "aggressive" freaks than before? Anyway, eerie synthesizer movings with Daevid's "lazy" "freak-out" voices (somwhat comfortable!) can make a vigorous attack for (not against) our ears from the first track "Everlife". Yep, Perverse Stoner should be their motto I imagine - in my opinion can I say "Omphalos" be the "the sun and the moon" landscape in mosaic? Whatever happened, not simply an enjoyable upbeat stuff but massively complex and hard-touchable one each fine tune is (in some parts we enjoy Bob's guitar one-man stage, bravo!). An eccentric voice changer is also effective. Surprisingly the rhythm section (Daevid's bass and Phil's drums) can easily (for my ears) manage themselves and completely support the whole complex playing, then they can shoot harder and more metallic edges than as-it-is-said heavy metal bands around us. For me especially the fourth track "Glassdust At The Disablot" is very impressive, with underground rumblin' depth by all instruments and non-integrated but mysteriously well-united rhythmic sense. "Time Horse" has a sure, pure "Slow Space Rock" elements under the line, hypnotic spacey tempo and psychedelic magical demeanour (with slight clatter of hoofs) ... very meaningful.

Deep stoner texture with lazy atmosphere and ... definite delightful spice. A great conditioner.

DamoXt7942 | 4/5 |

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