Monday, August 6, 2012

Sula Bassana - Dark Days (2012)


"Entire record is instrumental... Guitar is really psychedelic and the extended guitar improvisation is just awesome and reminds me a bit of older Bevis Frond, both catchy and psychedelic... Spaced out… Surrealistic Journey is just over 20 minutes long and begins slowly and features Pablo on the drums. It begins with some really spaced out organ playing and guitar that builds up slowly, a bit like Electric Orange... It starts off with a really freaked out guitar and bass before a riff starts to develop. This sounds a lot like the jams that Electric Moon play these days until the mellotron like sound kicks in and totally changes the mood. I love the way this track flows from the heavy to mellotron parts. Damn cool. Bright Nights is another 10min space out that starts with delay guitar, organ and a simple drum beat but develops into a heavy Electric Moon style psychedelic trip..." - Scott's Music Reviews




10 comments:

  1. Excellent! I bought the CD from him at Kozfest t'other week & have been playing it lots!

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  2. thank you earthless!

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  3. Marvellous! Do you know where can I get more music of this band ??

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    1. www.sulatron.com , Sula Bassana, Electric Moon, Zone Six and more.

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  4. Sula Bassana is a great guitarist. I like how he uses his delay pedal. This album is pretty intense!

    You really outdid yourself with these last posts man! Those Otis jams are smoking too!

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  5. Thanks so much for this blog, man. First-time poster, long-time reader. You have introduced me to lots of great music, a great service.

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  6. excellent album...all of sula bassana's solo albums are great..thanks for this post earthless.

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  7. haven't listened to whole album yet, but really diggin' on the video for "Surrealistic Journey". Sounds great, gonna definitely follow this band closer. Thanks \m/!!!

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  8. I also haven't listened to the whole album as yet, but track 1 - Underground is decidedly NOT instrumental. Vocals (they are buried in the mix a bit) start at a little under a minute and a half in, and continue throughout a good bit of the track. Here's hoping that pattern does not continue for the remainder of the recording, 'cause the non-vocal parts of this first cut are outstanding.

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  9. Transceding music. One of my favourite albums. Many thanks from Greece

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