SoCal seeker Cameron Stallones is a founder of the experimental psychedelic rock collective Magic Lantern, but his work as Sun Araw goes beyond the galaxy of psychedelia to a cosmos whose planets drip with a primordial ooze of dub, desert rock, raga, Afrobeat and free jazz. Last year he headed down to Jamaica to record a sort of psychedelic gospel album with roots reggae legends The Congos, but his solo work, perhaps buoyed by a puff of doobage, should elevate you to that ‘higher ground’ you’ve heard so much about.
Laurent Gérard, aka èlg, is drawing since 2003 the sonic equivalent of concentric spirales and labyrinths made of intestines and thujas. Since ten years he uses a wide range of approaches and tools. In his last opus Mil Pluton, out on Hundebiss Records èlg has tried to gather, in a same hypnotic line, esperanto pocket-opera, musique concrète and cosmic pop.
Experimental duo that focuses on repetitive drones and trippy feedback
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