Exceptionally virtuous psychadelic jazz rock frenzy. Like Mr. Bungle’s slightly more experimental cousin.
Wow, what a ride this is. At times, I scratch my head wondering “what the heck did they want with this?”. But mostly, virtuosic saxophone, galloping guitar, furious drums make you want their 13 minute long track to last even longer. Similar to progressive or post rock, all tracks start slow, to then slowly ramp up to a loud finale. If you can forgive occasional weirdness, please follow me to exhibit no. 1:
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Meditative psychadelic rock. Ok, the release notes advertise this as Pop, “without a shadow of doubt”. I tend to disagree, but what do words matter? For a change, I’ll discuss three of the release’s 7 tracks.
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Clinical Archives is probably among the ten netlabels with the most releases. This one is number 517, indicating a long history. Check my music player freemusi.cc for a playlist of my favourite tracks released on Clinical Archives.
Sakee Sed delivers six tracks of edgy psychedelic rock. The style brings with it that not every song sounded round; but roughness and rhythm make a great duo during at least half of the time. Continue reading “Sakee Sed –  Ceci N’Est Pas Un EP”