This is a wonderful, wonderfully generic psyche-rock album with fulsome female vocals from Joana Brito who sings elegantly on spacy songs like Starlight and vibrantly on the spaced-out heavy rock of opener Imposing Sun.
A Portuguese fuzzadelic / psychedelic rock band with other wizard-honed members Paulo Ferreira, João Lugatte, João Mendes, this fine foursome demonstrates there are no geographical boundaries to the acquisition of the ‘generic’ as I have outlined it so positively in my previous posting on Dead Feathers, though these two bands are quite distinctive and thus prove, as well, how the generic is not narrowly defining.
The wah-wah propelled psychedelia of appropriately psyche-titled Symphony of the Ironic Sympathy is a perfect example of this band’s distinctive trajectory along the precursor line of such far-out music and musicianship. This is a great track, and Brito excels in a musical diatribe of exalted passion on the song’s close. That this is followed by a gorgeous blues-riffed [a la Free's Moonshine] wah-wah in Soul Keeper is bliss to these generic-adoring ears.
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