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THE RE-STONED

Psychedelic/Space Rock • Russia


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THE RE-STONED are a Moscow based trio consisting of guitarist Ilya Lipkin, Vladimir Nikulin (bass) and Vladimir Muchnov (drums). The band has released one EP and three albums on the ambitious Russian RAIG label so far, each of them provided with a different flavour. That means instrumental music ranging from blues and southern rock inspired jams to a stoner and doom infected sound. Their 2011 release 'Analog' though gets very close to a flawless space rock production.

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4.20 | 10 ratings
Revealed Gravitation
2010
4.06 | 16 ratings
Analog
2011
3.75 | 8 ratings
Plasma
2012
3.67 | 3 ratings
Totems
2014
4.00 | 1 ratings
Reptiles Return
2016
4.43 | 7 ratings
Chronoclasm
2017
3.13 | 5 ratings
Stories of the Astral Lizard
2018

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4.25 | 4 ratings
Vermel
2010

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4.50 | 2 ratings
Return To The Reptiles
2010
4.00 | 3 ratings
Re-Session
2012
0.00 | 0 ratings
38 Phases
2014
0.00 | 0 ratings
Apocalypse of a Phantom / They Say I'm Different (with Wo Fat)
2016

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3.13 | 5 ratings

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Stories of the Astral Lizard
The Re-Stoned Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by siLLy puPPy
Collaborator PSIKE, JR/F/Canterbury & Eclectic Teams

3 stars It seems like everywhere you go there is yet another psychedelic stoner jam band cranking out trippy instrumental music that channels the zeitgeist of the unfulfilled 60s and harnesses its creative tap into the modern day studios to create some of the clearest sounding psychedelia possible. Meanwhile in Russia, the Moscow based THE RE-STONED are doing just that. This one has five members: Ilya Lipkin (electric & acoustic guitars, fx, bass, mandolina), Evgeniy Tkachev (aka Rasputin) (percussion, rain stick), Alexander Romanov (bass), Arkadiy Fedotov (synth), Sergey Andriashin (bass) and Alina Barsukova (flute).

STORIES OF THE ASTRAL LIZARD is their eighth album and unlike more rock oriented upbeat bands like Ozric Tentacles or more compositionally inclined artists of the classic rock era (ie Pink Floyd, Can, The Doors), THE RE-STONED are about floating along rather linearly through space rock time in a chilled out and nonchalant manner. In fact i'd call this batch of seven tracks rather monotonous and repetitive as at the music itself is a simple lollygag through time with no compositional variations and any complexity at all results from the production (which is excellent) and the light riffing of the guitar.

One of the problems with THE RE-STONED is that they fail to stand out from the multitude of similar artists (Foggy Realm, Maat Lander, Waldsonne, Tuber, Prana Craftler, Ecstatic Vision just to name a ver few) and offer very little to make this an interesting listen for an active listener. Like much of this style of music, it is completely cool background music that you can crank up while engaging in other multi-tasking and is appropriately a non-primary attention span backdrop since you never feel like you're missing out on anything if you happen to be only half present.

However, there are so many more interesting psychedelic space rock bands out there these days that manage to straddle the line between compositionally creative and second-handedly backdrop material (Virgen Sideral and Pixie Ninja are a couple favorites). This is one of those that if it happens to be playing i'm fine with it but hardly something i would seek out for my own personal listening pleasure. The ultimate example of good but not essential. In a way some of this reminds me the most of some of those Buckethead Pikes that take a mellow rock track that swallow up a whole album without really doing anything except add some swishy swirling synths around a snail-paced guitar riff.

Thanks to rivertree for the artist addition.

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