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Carlton Melton


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.96 | 7 ratings

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4 stars Their progression during less one year is terrific.

Hmm, how can I say about my first impression of the first track When You're In? As if I was struck with the grandeur such as Nazca Lines. Well you know, they could get bigger-hearted, more relaxed, and more flexible 'for uniting themselves with the Geodesic Dome, their studio, stage, and simultaneously residence'. Here is such an atmosphere like my impression all around the album Pass It On... For example, Digging In (F. F. Shite) is a song renewed F**king Funky S**t in the previous CD-R album but it can let me realize the depth and thickness around the sounds - oh, they can be digging in their sound and style more and more in this work in my humble opinion.

At any rate, they can be greater on this session. In a short but grand supply Off The Grid they can hit it off very well spite of the difficulty to form this stuff completely, I feel. That is, not only all members but the Dome itself can walk on the same way - toward constructing the complete 'dome-y (not doomy?)' psychedelia.


DamoXt7942 | 4/5 |


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