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founded in New Bedford, Massachusetts, US

Formed by the three piece core Ethan Weiss (keys), Kevin Fernandes (bass) and drummer James Boyer LAZERTÜTH grew and evolved with every release. Since 2014 they are offering EP's and full length albums, recorded in collaboration with diverse guitarists and other like-minded musicians.

Similar to bands like Astra or Quarkspace they play inspired progressive psychedelic and space rock tunes featuring significant keyboard input.

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Lazertüth Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Rivertree
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— First review of this album —
4 stars A mysterious band name, well, I don't know what it means, where this might come from. Okay, that is not of an essential information value really on the other hand. The Massachusetts based crew once was formed by Ethan Weiss (keyboards), Kevin Fernandes (bass) and drummer James Boyer. Over the course of time some friends went in and out, and so this 'Galaxies' album sees six musicians involved in total. That said also the two guitarists Mark Arruda and Dave Paul, as well as second keyboarder Adam Lawrence. During roundabout 40 minutes they are delivering really soulful instrumental space rock here, very much in the vein of My Brother The Wind, Quarkspace, Astra, Oresund Space Collective. This because keyboards respectively synths are playing a rather important role too.

And the drumming is way more varied, not that deliberately monotic, as it is with more krautrock oriented cosmic projects. So here they are successfully trying to bring in diversity, playfullness, ups and downs, supense, melancholy. Five recording pieces are offered, proper jamming attitude inherited by nature, two of them with more than ten minutes playing time. No need to emphasize any particular song. The overall flow is well-conceived, pleasant listening stuff all over the place. It's all live in the studio, no overdubs. Lush, vivid, you can sense the inspired vibe of the recording session somehow. We do need more of this.

Thanks to rivertree for the artist addition.

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