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Lay Llamas

Rocket darlings Lay Llamas continue to travel the planets in search of the grooviest freaksters baby. Thuban is a little more grounded, finding earthly rhythms from all over to celebrate and experiment with, doing the usual psychedelic hypnosis with a spoken word feature from the Pop Group...view item »

Lay Llamas
The Lay Llamas

Even the press release says how lame the name Lay Llamas is so we’ve got free reign for ridicule here. The tunes soon stop any sniggering. I’m immediately reminded of Goat by the very percussive tunes and the circular, tribal patterns. But Lay Llamas are more Kraut than tribal and have bubbling synth...view item »

Lay Llamas

We've got an album of top quality stoned kraut-psych business here from Rome-based duo Lay Llamas on the mighty Rocket Recordings this week. As so very often happens nowadays, there's a hastily-scribbled post-it note on it. This one says "Promo has been around forever. Extended psych jams. First track nicks 'Psycho Killer' bassline". Listening...view item »

Lay Llamas/ Tetuan

Yes yes, it’s psych rock. You don’t need to yell. Lay Llamas and Tetuan join forces here to see who can outswirl who, and just as it used to be in my pointless second-year Philosophy seminars, I’m sure we’ll be none the wiser after we’ve listened. Concerning the Lay Llamas side: it’s something of a psy...view item »

Lay Llamas
Space Jungle Mantra

Lay Llamas operate out of Italy, where they busily combine all their favourite genres into one thick, heady brew. Space-synth atmospheres slide into furiously powered psychedelic afrobeat. Space Jungle Mantra captures the band in full flow at London’s Roundhouse, supporting Goat: sounds like a fun...view item »

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