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Serpentina Satelite


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.76 | 12 ratings

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4 stars A good debut album from this Peruvian outfit.

Opening and closing this production are longer improvisational efforts similar to bands like Oresund Space Collective in structure, with shifting guitar patterns on top of a solid foundation created by bass and drums. The overall sound have more of a vintage sound though, with strong Krautrock references in both cases. The opening number is somewhat lighter though, with additional references that makes me think of German outfit Eloy - in particular when it comes to the bass guitar.

Wedged between these lengthier affairs are three shorter numbers that comes across as much more structured overall, with a heavier sound that makes me think of mid 70's Hawkwind mixed with early 70's Amon Duul II.

Those who have a passionate interest in the heavier aspects of vintage space rock and early krautrock should find this creation to be highly interesting. Nothing original or boundary-breaking present, but a very well made and high quality affair from start to finish.

Windhawk | 4/5 |


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