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Is it experimental psychedelia or is it the soundtrack to a fragmented dream? It is not necessary to decide.
Washes of sound surround you as half-heard vocals intertwine with half-remembered melodies.
A powerful set of guitar pop songs, fronted by sometimes disaffected indie female vocals.
Seriously kinetic, full of unexpected musical twists and turns, and at the same time prone to laying down an excellent drone beat.
Twenty years later, Dr. Octagon still sounds like the future of intelligent-slash-weird hip-hop
The band returns with more of their particular brand of folksy psychedelia. Lots of great hooks and harmonies, as usual.
Heady mix of folk, electronic and hip hop elements swirling together into something unique and accessible.
Guitar-centered rock with moody female vocals, with a harder edge and good dynamics.
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