Acid Mothers Reynols: Vol.3

Acid Mothers Reynols SKU: 44236410
Acid Mothers Reynols: Vol.3

Acid Mothers Reynols: Vol.3

Acid Mothers Reynols SKU: 44236410

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Vol.3
Artist: Acid Mothers Reynols
Label: VHF Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 783881016017
Genre: Rock

Volume 3 of a set of collaborations between the prolific Argentine polymaths Reynols and the inescapable Acid Mothers Temple. Recorded in Buenos Aries on AMT's 2017 South American Tour, the music has identifiable sonic elements from both groups but ends up sounding like neither, with a surprising weightlessness that keeps things jammy and psychedelic until the final track's blustering rock. Taking up most of side 1, "Kicking Air Bricks" has a loose Gong/'70s Euro-classic vibe, with Satoshima Nani getting to swing on the drums in a way that isn't always part of AMT's steamroller, while the rest of the gang layers in abstract piano, percussion, glissando guitar, etc. "Multiverse Turtle Reflex" closes the side with a thick drone coda. Side two starts with Miguel Tomasin's gentle vocal and organ accompaniment on "Smelling Oneiric Asado" before the group gradually gathers momentum with Wolf's thick bass anchoring layers of clean and loose guitar interplay. "Lemurian Tsunami Inside A Hat" is a thriteen-minute heavy rock epic, with the Reynols' guitars going head to head with Makota Kawabata's easily recognized interjections, ramping up into a riffy crescendo.

1.1 1. Kicking Air Bricks
1.2 2. Multiverse Turtle Reflex
1.3 3. Smelling Oneiric Asado
1.4 4. Lemurian Tsunami Inside A Hat
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