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Explore music. Freaks by Qoph. Since their album "Pyrola", the sound have become heavier, but maintaining the psychedelic edge they always had. Dreamy guitar melodies takes off where the heavy distorted power rock takes off. A worthy 3rd release from this Swedish cult group. In Your Face Not in an overly manner, but more on a subtle level. With a few detours here and there this is a solid album, although the final two pieces to my ears is somewhat of a downwards slide.
The blend of energetic classic rock and lazier, jazzoriented movements on Remedy doesn't really work out for me, and while the initial movements of the following The Devil Rides Out are compelling in a light psychedelic meets jazz kinda manner, the darker toned, almost avant foundation of the main part of this song never really struck home with me.
Those two exceptions aside "Freaks" is an enjoyable romp through a psychedelic laced classic and progressive rock universe, with nods in the direction of artists as different as The Doors, The Beatles and Black Sabbath to be enjoyed along the way.
Kalejdoskopiska Aktiviteter. Will the Sun Be Back Tomorrow. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Sell on Amazon Start a Selling Account. Wrenching indiepop heavy on synths and stormy melodies make for an LP that feels profound in its vision. Viento Bravo by Melange.
Chugging, organ-laden motorik-psych from Spanish group Melange with lockstep rhythms and kaleidoscopic vocal harmonies. Drakkar Nowhere by Drakkar Nowhere. The second aspect of this production is pretty much summarized by the concluding tracks 'gonblick and F'rf'rande R'dsla, epic length creations that hone in on progressive rock to a much greater extent by way of stylistic changes and alterations, multiple and recurring themes, and with some touches from folk music added to a stylistic palette that still incorporate details from jazz, psychedelic rock, blues, vintage hard rock and with a touch of vintage stoner rock here and there as topping.
Progressive rock by way of variation and structural complexity if you like, with a distinct 70's sound to it. The last aspect of this album are best exemplified by the relatively short Herr Qophs Villfarelser and the massive, 18 minute long Kalejdoskopiska Aktiviteter. Both of them are comparable to the more complex progressive rock type of creations mentioned in the previous paragraph, but an added detail to both of these creations is a stronger feeling of improvisation.
If they actually are improvised or merely performed to come across as such I don't know, but both of these compositions comes across as looser and less defined throughout, in a manner that at least for me indicates a stronger improvisational spirit applied in the creation of these pieces. The most important aspect of this album is that it's an entertaining one however. All of the songs comes across as accomplished, well developed and well performed creations, maintaining tension and interest quite easily indeed.
An album that should have a fairly broad appeal to my mind, and especially amongst those with a strong affection for early 70's classic, blues based rock alongside an interest an interest in progressive rock of the same era.
In addition, I'd say that those fond of early 70's hard, psychedelic rock should also take note of this album. The main basis for the majority of the material at hand this time around appears to revolve around a solid rhythm foundation and strong, distinct vocals. Compelling drum patterns and a mostly dark-toned, somewhat peculiar bass guitar sound that often crafts a distinct underlying atmosphere throughout.
With strong, melodic vocals on top as a key feature. Then there's the guitars of course. There are several guests playing a variety of instruments including moog, theremin, clavinet and percussion. You are not logged, please complete authentication before continuing use forum credentials. Forum user Forum password. Mellotron Storm Prog Reviewer.Exiting double album by this outstanding Swedish band. Their unique sound is deeply rooted in early's UK Progressive- & Art-Rock, blend with a heavy psychedelic touch and a .