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Ole Lukkoye


Psychedelic/Space Rock

4.09 | 2 ratings

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4 stars Like their country fellowmen VESPERO, OLE LUKKOYE play music that barely can be characterized as Psychedelic/Space Rock only. In their works they widely use elements of Kraut Rock (btw, the album was produced by Hans Joachim Irmler, the founding member of German legendary kraut rock band FAUST) and ethnic music whose roots could be found over the boundless space of Eastern Siberia. The music itself is quite meditative with spacey guitar, aerial keyboards, numerous space effects, cow horn and melancholic voice that somewhat resembles the shaman ritual singing. Polyrhythmic structures make the album a bit weirdly sounding, leaving nevertheless a good impression on the performance. Nice stuff, 4 stars really!
groon | 4/5 |


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