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Enjoy the Trip..!
Posted on June 20th 2016
A stunning opening track indeed. Up next, 'The Demon Star Pilot' announces itself on indignant guitar tones and swirling synth swells. Senses pummelling frequencies underscored by dark swathes of unrelenting synth lines quiver and wail in a visible mass of atmospheric reverberation as we're swept up and advanced into what I now firmly believe deep space actually feels like.
I was not really a fan of the live album but I have actually changed my mind a while ago since I have been hooked on the live show from Girl Band , Oh Sees , The Black Angels and King Gizzard and the sorts. So now we have yet a again an amazing live album, this time by the Japanese psych band Kikagaki Moyo at Levitation Fest. If you are in need of more psychedelic and noise Japanese music then wait no longer, it is here. I have never heard of the Croatian band Nokti before now and the first track instantly intrigued me. It is very weird and that is what I really like about music. But not only that, a couple seconds in you can hear a saxophone, wich I absolutely love in loud and weird music, so much I made a playlist about it and even added Nokti. This whole album is a mix of gorgeous experimental weirdness and intense noiserock and it hits me just right in the feels. The first track is out and is a marvellous piece of cosmic trippy music. I had a nightmare last night, a terrible one where i was running in some kinda hell where beasts, one eyed giant larvas and slime monsters made of intestines where trying to catch me and yank all my limbs off. And I swear this was the soundtrack of my dream.
I am back again sharing a brand new video from the ever spinning creative minds of Bobby Bloomfield and Laura Hindle. Check out the video which is chock full of creepy clowns, blood, nighttime imagination, and magic! The past two months of my life have been a whirlwind of emotions, highest highs and lowest lows, anger, utter sadness, acceptance, love, friends, and the need to find what is bright and good in this world. Clementine's video accompanies the song so incredibly well. It is filled with imagery of blind folds, breaking through paper-thin walls, self-reflection, and shadows.