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Psychedelic/Space Rock

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3 stars This is a new give-away from this Wales based space rock band. They like to use extensive album and song titles ... I would prefer it a little bit more compact ... never mind, not a big problem really. They also have a new regular album out in 2010. Nevertheless this EP holds four other interesting previously unpublished tracks.

Screaming Mix 2 Out 1 is a jam provided with a jazzy touch coming from Lee Relfe's saxophone. He's a regular band member but does not appear on every song. The tune opens mellow relaxed where the other instruments are very repetitive and restrained first. Just when the song runs into danger to move to something uninspired Pete Bingham's guitar unfolds, later accompanied by some synths. The 'single mix', which is closing this EP, comes as a compressed version.

Live Rehearsal USA 08 convinces like a typical improvisation where the guitar plays the first fiddle I would say ... even though Glenda Pescado's bass work is quite impressing too, much more varied this time. Halfway through Pete Bingham turns his style from psychedelic to spacey based on sensitive echoed guitar impressions - wow, well done!

Finally the short Remembering UAETCOC is made of ambient electronic elements. 'Screaming And Streaming Into The Starlit Nite' is a solid space rock production, not really spectacular, however worth it to be checked out by fans of this style.

Rivertree | 3/5 |


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