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HIBISCUS BISCUIT

Psychedelic/Space Rock • Australia


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formed in Sydney, Australia

Progressive psych band HIBISCUS BISCUIT from Australia is comprised of Ricardo Moreira (guitars, vocals), Sy Dyson (keyboards), Jason Campbell (bass) and Aidan Young (drums). Their retro styled songs also bear some slight garage rock appeal. The debut album 'Reflection Of Mine' was released in 2020.

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3.91 | 4 ratings
Reflection of Mine
2020

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 Reflection of Mine by HIBISCUS BISCUIT album cover Studio Album, 2020
3.91 | 4 ratings

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Reflection of Mine
Hibiscus Biscuit Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by BrufordFreak
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4 stars Some of the freshest psychedelic space blues rock I've heard in a long time--with awesomely chameleonic vocalist and guitarist Ricardo Moreira in the lead.

1. "Wake Me Up" (4:47) those jazzy keys (Fender Rhodes) beneath wonderful multi-effected guitar and vocals are amazing! One of the best songs I've heard from 2020! (9.5/10)

2. "Sunflower Fields" (6:16) more standard blues-rock. (8/10)

3. "Don't Mind My Mind" (4:33) How unusual! Could be a 1950s pop-crooner with some 1960s blues-rock. (Think Steppenwolf or Cream.) Turns CAN-like for the final 90 seconds. (8.75/10)

4. "Velvet Sundays" (5:23) What if you combined the singing of Alex Crispin (Diagonal) with 1969 The Doors' musicians? This. My second favorite song on the album. (9/10)

5. "So Long" (3:54) slowing it down with some gorgeous chord progressions, vocal melodies, and sonic landscape. What a talented vocalist! (8.75/10)

6. "Abelha De Agua" (2:43) acoustic guitar play with Portuguese lyrics sung in a delicate folk voice. (4.75/5)

7. "Keep On Rising" (3:33) bring in the funk! Brian Ellis, Tame Impala, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, and Syd Arthur come to mind here. (8.75/10)

8. "Orange Trees" (5:53) using "Riders in the Storm" chords, the singer uses a more loose, Liam Gill (SYD ARTHUR)- like approach to the vocal. Very cool. Lyrics akin to something ANDY PARTRIDGE would pull. Segues into a pretty little instrumental interlude in the middle before the Fender Rhodes takes over. Finishes strong with a fiery guitar solo over thick-laden Black Sabbath-like sonic walls. My other top three. (9/10)

Total Time 37:02

Just when I'd pretty much given up on the Space/Psychedelic sub-genre something like this appears. And I love the singer's versatility and the way he tears it up on his lead guitar at the end of every song. Big props to the solid bass, drums, and keys, as well.

B+/4.5 stars; a near-masterpiece of refreshing psychedelia. Keep your eyes and ears open for this young mega- talented singer-guitarist, Ricardo Moreira.

Thanks to rivertree for the artist addition.

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