King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard's latest album Sketches of Brunswick East, recorded with a collaboration of Mild High Club, is their third this year. And it sounds like Metallica's signature fourth song. It's the first toned down of the bunch. It's also complicated with sophisticated structure, but gives us a space to breathe and recharge without losing … Continue reading King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard with Mild High Club – Sketches of Brunswick East
First of all, there's nothing here that you wouldn't find on Tame Impala's records, or even lighter The Flaming Lips' ones. But not that exciting. Volcano is a compilation of nicely done, well-written neo-psychedelia tunes with a ton of synths and extreme reverberation. After the first few songs, music seems to be blending into one … Continue reading Temples – Volcano
Forget about the world. Forget about the reality. Forget about the cover art. Forget about the weird band name and LPs title. Forget the fact this band released 9 albums in 5 years. Forget about the prejudice towards this record. Just listen and forget. Let the trance, psychedelia and unreality of those songs guide you … Continue reading King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Flying Microtonal Banana
Foxygen returns after a phase of extremely intense hype surrounding their music. I've never been a big fan of their work, but I have to admit -- Hang is something very interesting. Californians abandoned their overly psychadelic aura and transformed into theatrical art pop, which brings listeners closer to Talking Heads than to Quicksilver Messenger Service. What's … Continue reading Album of the Week: Foxygen – Hang
It's hard to record an album after such disquieting masterpiece like The Terror. At first listen, Oczy Mlody sounded like a weird, space-dream-synth-experimental rendition of Pink Floyd's Welcome to the Machine. You can feel the atmosphere known from their previous work, but after some time, elements of The Flaming Lips' earlier appear, giving it an interesting … Continue reading Album of the Week: The Flaming Lips – Oczy Mlody
Soothing playlist for a cold, winter day filled with delicate and subtle, yet often stark compositions, which makes this compilation perfect for a reflective chillout. Laura Marling, Elbow, Ryan Adams, and more helps you to relax and contemplate, while watching beautiful December sunset/sunrise.