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Taylor's Universe



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Puppies On Acid
4 stars Avante-garde, free-floating, saxophone, horror/fun house. These are all words/phrases I think of when listening to this album. I'm not even sure what genre to classify this as, so avante-garde will do. This is my first time listening to this band, although they have been around for some time now, with almost a dozen releases. It is interesting and quite diverse and all instrumental. So if music without vocals turns you off you can ignore the rest of this :P The saxophone is used as the driving instrument here and it is used well. It doesn't come off as too in your face, it seems to be just right. But that isn't the only thing to look forward to here. There are also quite a few Jazz influences, as well as some King Crimson-esque stuff. If you are unsure about all this, give the songs Sunday Image and Jakriborg a listen to get an idea of what's on display here. Oh and listen to Tortugas, oh hell, just listen to the whole thing, I doubt you will be disappointed.


Puppies On Acid | 4/5 |


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