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BROTHERHOOD OF THE MACHINE

Psychedelic/Space Rock • United Kingdom


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A Macclesfield-based collective BROTHERHOOD OF THE MACHINE were founded as "an electronic music project which harks back to the classic electronic music of the early synthesizer days" (according to what their website says) by a multi-instrumentalist Dave FRANCIS and his brother John FRANCIS (guitar), and Janne HANHISUANTO (keyboards), all of whom have got incredibly influenced by Krautrock / psychedelic / electronic scene like Tangerine Dream, Kraftwerk, Ash Ra Tempel, Amon Duul II, Can, Faust, and Hawkwind.

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Future Imperfect
2013
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Trip Hazard
2014

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Trip Hazard
Brotherhood Of The Machine Psychedelic/Space Rock

Review by Meltdowner

— First review of this album —
4 stars Trip Hazard is Brotherhood Of The Machine's second release, and it's a great album that manages to blend spacey and psychedelic music with strong electronic work (or is it the other way around?)

The first track, 'Meditation of the Blue Serpent', starts by setting the mood with some interesting industrial-like electronic sounds and arabic percussions that sets the stage for the hypnotic saxophone solo, which leads the rest of the song.

'Hin und Zuruck' is the central song of the album with more than 35 minutes. It features an extensive use of sequencers, in a very classic Tangerine Dream way, and great programmed drums, that slightly reminded me of early Ozric Tentacles/Porcupine Tree's work. The mixing and panning throughout the entire song are very well done, contributing to the psychedelic mood. There's also an high level of details, like lots of sound effects (including train sounds, as the cover suggests) and some occasional guitar bits with flanger effects that keeps this epic very interesting.

'Flying Saucer Patrol', is a bluesy guitar-driven track accompanied by sequencer and programmed drums.

Overall, this albums is very good, although the opener and closer tracks pale in comparison with the epic. I highly recommend it to anyone who likes Psychedelic/Space Rock and/or Progressive Electronic

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