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Dream Machine


Psychedelic/Space Rock

3.98 | 10 ratings

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4 stars What a pleasant surprise! From the very first sounds I was really attracted by this album's music! Short opener is acoustic neo-classic intro, very soon continued by great spacey jazz-rock "Vasta Wazza " composition with some oriental influences and strong Gong roots. Excellent fusion drumming and flute built perfect soundscapes."Dub Dub" is reggae rhythm based compositions, but very airy, full of flute, guitar and percussion.

"Happy Dragon" all are Ian Anderson-like flute, but with bluesy guitar, jazzy bass and drums all around. Fresh and interesting."Vanishing Point" is more psychedelic song, but again - very light and airy."Sugar Glider ?shows you great bass, spacey sound effects and wah- wah electric guitar in fast pulsation.

"Mantra" has its Anduvian flute scent in combination with oriental melody. Eastern winds gave even bigger effect there in songs sound.

Very interesting and quite unusual work. If not too much inventive, music there is so fresh, pleasant and almost hypnotizing, that will return back to listen this album again very soon!

snobb | 4/5 |


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