Patton's legacy is huge by now, almost can't remember the genre that didn't touched. Although, by itself, this doesn't mean anything, what means is a fact that there is no decline in quality. Patton's muse is endless and it's hard to even imagine where it will lead. Perhaps, you might say jokingly, he will try to play, for example, Indian folklore. Or something crazy like that. What you say? Already did that? Hm ... Well, let's hear it .... :)
Both bands which Jason Pierce had, Spiritualized and Spacemen 3, are described as hypnotic and psychedelic, and it's hard to deny ... as well as their quality, after all. However, what's attracted me the most, was their, somewhat in the background, rock talent.
And like a proof of my submission is this great rock record :)
This kind of music always interested me, one that knows no boundaries, also very strange and rhythmic completely open. Indeed, according to the thin line between alternative and pop music and assuming that we want to do something like this, it would be very difficult to define the genre of this album :)
And above all, as the connective tissue, here is Siouxie, giving us himself, and that element is absolutely irreplaceable, if you please :)
If I really run out of inspiration, the tactic is this: I turn on Winamp and the choice falls on the first heavy classic that caught my eye. Very simple, isn't?
Does this tactic makes sense, judge for yourself :)
Characteristics of oriental sound, and thing that causes my respect for it, is that strong element of psychedelia. After all, the early encounters of alternative music in early seventies, and before that jazz, with oriental music, spread their musical horizons over the limit and that was not accidental. Oriental sound was shining with a splendor of timeless, as well as landscapes from which she came. And timelessness in art is an imperative ...
And today's post, although production is very modern and orchestration is a classic, undoubtedly belong to the Mr. Orient.
Listen out loud :)
Is ten minutes a lot or a little? Well, it depends. Listen to this brilliant and little bit nervous EP five times in a row, you will most probably think that fifty minutes is a very very short period of time :)
Tme is relative. They say...