Helena Espvall leads Espers as cellist and vocalist. Shes also pretty weird. This album is a cello and bells drone exploration for the most part. Pretty abstract and ethereal. Mesmerizing for sure.
Interesting instrumental guitar album. Some cool and inspirational stuff for people genuinely interested in the instrument. Features Fred Frith, who DIdkovsky plays with.
This release is a little whack. It’s a bit of a headphones experience. And it is confusing and disorienting. I listened to this while mowing at work, and it suited the job… I enjoyed it. Its kind of warping and hypnotic. The name suits the sounds. Its more mental state then standard definition music.
One of my favorite groups of all time, this is a new record for myself. They are a french duo that makes very… thrilling psychedelic folk-drone music. This is an instrumental album but they usually aren’t. Track one is characterized by a rushing guitar and tribal percussions. Its a chilling vibe, enchanting, compelling and primitive. Comes off kind of like an Earth song more then their usual vibe, from the haunting electric guitar riff. The second track is more etheral and floating, like down a river.
A cool compilation album of some dope psychedelic bands. These are all live recordings, thrown together from a few sources. The quality is good. There is one track, the Suzuki Junzo one pretty sure, that has a brief volume gain that is fixed pretty quick. Otherwise all flawless. Mostly space rock, some drone, good atmospheres, clean recordings. Some folky stuff and jammier stuff as well.