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ULTRA EGO

Feed Me Jack

Crossover Prog


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4.00 | 2 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 2016

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Move Your Still (5:08)
2. Audio Pono (4:46)
3. Emergency (5:02)
4. Humanzoo (2:34)
5. New Kid (3:36)

Total Time 21:06

Line-up / Musicians

- Sven Gamsky / guitar, vocals
- Robert Ross / guitar, vocals
- Jake Thornton / Rhodes, synthesizer
- Cameron Lampert / bass, guitar, vocals
- Eric Karl Lawson / drums, percussion

With:
- Elizabeth Goodrich / vocals
- Nikki Mokove / saxophone
- Shawheen Keyani / sitar

Releases information

Artwork: Phoenix Delman with help by Alex Mata

CD self-released (2016, US)

FLAC download - bandcamp.com

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Review by DamoXt7942
FORUM & SITE ADMIN GROUP Avant, Crossover & Neo Teams
4 stars What a gentle, beautiful, melancholic, and fascinating sound world they've launched. This album "Ultra Ego" has been released by an Oakland-based promising combo Feed Me Jack as their newest ep in the early 2016. They call themselves as math rock / indie rock band ... actually their fuzzy, jazzy, freaky play leaning towards 90s alternative / independent rock sounds slight math-y but I wonder if we could call them as a math rock act, via this whole album and their musically critical hits here and there. This ep consists of five short tracks each of which can ring my bell through their delicious but a tad bitter melody lines. They've played in this creation smoothly and delightfully with rhythmic, melodic cynics. This soundscape reminds me of the similar vein to an art rock combo Hour Of The Shipwreck and simultaneously makes me get afraid whether I can call them as so-called progressive rock. Elusive melodies and phrases flooded with kinda anacatesthesia drive me mad definitely. Anyway also this crazy funky sleeve that is cynically appealing to the fans is my favourite. Another good find for me.

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4 stars If I needed to describe this album in one word: schizo, that'd be it. That's not simply good or bad and, to clarify, for the average progger there's nothing particularly weird or inaccessible here: it's tasteful, easy stuff to get into. By schizo I refer to the fragmentary, mutable aspect of th ... (read more)

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