Dream pop psychedelic 9o's melancholy, with reminds of Pale Saints, Lush, Ride, Adorable, Catherine Wheel, My Bloody Valentine. It's a sound brit marked, substeined by rythms in maDchester style, - alternating with pure pshychedelia rush. It's a gloomy cosmic sound that seems coming from tracks of an old Pink Floyd album to open Central Image (put at the end of A side), that with a sudden electric gear drives to a personal Interstellar Overdrive, e it's maybe the most relevant moment of first part of this tape. Enviromental Forgery open B side with a odd dub like early Police, then You find a couple of thin song-writer_ish episodes, and it's unexpected but You hear a sort of try of cosmic funk or trip-hop music with samples of an harp. At the end, order is settled back again, and it results a wonderful ballad calling Mercury Rev in their best grace of early times. An album full of charm, even if the band would need a sort of more cohesion of purposes, and some less schizophrenia jumping on different genres. To pay a particular attention, especially for their psychedelic vein.
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