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4 stars Siinai is a band from the krautrock genre in Finland, but the style is also close to post-rock, which means they are combined. The band released its first album in 2011 and released five albums until last year's Sykli. Their music has a complex, intensive architecture, but at the same time it is also minimalist, often using keyboards and synthesizers to create a psychedelic and space sense. Popol Vuh or Neu! is their source of inspiration. Last year's "Sykli" was filled with repetitive simple melody, but these melodies were overshadowed by the broad sense created by electronic music. Just like the black hole on the cover of the album, the listener's heart was attracted to the black hole. Excessive but nowhere. The opening Temppeli is a model, but the length of eight minutes is like a musical note. But afterwards, the tracks were dexterous and there were sudden changes. As the final guitar gradually became heavy, the music was warm and sweet, but the mysterious, quirky and supernatural feelings of krautrock were slightly lost, but it was still a good album. Four stars push it.
mitarai_panda | 4/5 |


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