I know if I'm going to love an album if the first and last tracks grab my attention immediately. This entire album had me hooked on a single listen. talent...so much musical talent!
Favorite track: StarShoo.
Can This Even Be Called Music?
Their progressive rock sounds closer to early seventies' more experimental units than today's overproduced ones. It's a fun album full of drive and with scarce use of vocals, relegating them to only a single track.
We have a limited edition of a double digipack album, including the second record "Zgond" and the first one "200 000" remastered ; and some nice artworks. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
released July 2, 2018
Gilbert Brown : sugar, salt, fat, acids, sardine-héro
Théo Karcher : Drums on all tracks
Gaétan Riou : Bass on all tracks - Backing Vocal on Jolitude
Etienne Mazoyer : Guitar on all tracks - Vocals on Jolitude - Keyboards on Riravaler and Tutti Quanti - Sound
Mathieu Lévigne : Keyboards on Zundia, Starshoo and Jolitude
Théo Panchèvre : Guitar on Zundia and Tutti Quanti
Loïc Mounier : Sexophone on Jolitude
Goulwen Brager : Illustrations
Composed by Zwoyld.
Recorded between 2014 and 2015 at the Cavayo, mix and mastering between 2015 and 2018 at the Maiz', by Etienne Mazoyer.
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The middle-eastern influence isn't a gimmick, it blends perfectly with the psychedelic/prog facettes.
The bass is sumptuous.
FFO: Am'Ganesha'n, potentially Bak & Subterranean Masquerade (but less "prog metal"-typed). unidual
The new live EP by Ryan W. Stevenson's project reminded me, that this debut album must have been gone down the wishlist... If instrumental Canterbury stuff is your thing, this should be a no-brainer. Firmly rooted in the past (late 60s, 70s), nevertheless with a fresh sound. Guests incude The Tangent's Andy Tillison and Soft Machine's Theo Travis. Carsten Pieper