Saturday, July 12, 2014

Agusa - Hogtid (2014)


"Love psychedelic guitar textures and vintage styled prog-rock organ freakouts? Of course you do. Well, do yourself a favor and be sure to check out this debut release from Sweden's Agusa, titled Högtid, out soon from the folks at Transubstans Records. This is authentic sounding early '70s prog/psych/krautock inspired stuff...so much so that you'd swear it was recorded in 1971. The band lists their influences as Kebnekajse, Amon Düül II, and Colosseum , which you can totally hear, but they have also added their own spin on the vintage sounding modern prog sound. Featuring members of Sveriges Kommuner & Landsting, Kama Loka and Hoofoot, Agusa weave plenty of swirling organ, jagged guitar, and nimble rhythms throughout this stirring collection of songs. It's all instrumental, so don't be put off by the Swedish song titles, and it's all glorious stuff..." - Sea of Tranquility




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