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1 review » Here's a post Vibracathedral Orchestra release on the up and coming Krayon Records label. It's a split with Infinite Light who appear to be Mick Flower of Vibracathedral and Pete Nolan of GHQ, Magik Markers etc... The Vibracathedral side is an amazing 60's sounding psyche chugging romp which is just one of the best things I've heard from 'em. All sorts of noises are permeating through the music ... »

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9/10 Phil Staff review, 01 October 2009
Here's a post Vibracathedral Orchestra release on the up and coming Krayon Records label. It's a split with Infinite Light who appear to be Mick Flower of Vibracathedral and Pete Nolan of GHQ, Magik Markers etc... The Vibracathedral side is an amazing 60's sounding psyche chugging romp which is just one of the best things I've heard from 'em. All sorts of noises are permeating through the music along with the amazing wonky widdly wah wah guitars which will have you trading your mondeo in for a smart old VW camper van. There's loads going on in this song and it's held together by a monotonous beat which hooks you into an amazing mantric groove while the guitars, keyboards effects and whatnots take you to other places. Otherworldy places. Amazing tune. The flip is a segment of a live jam by Infinite Light which is a bit free psyche jam which is as messy as it is captivating. It's not the best recorded thing but listen to what's going on and it makes you wish you were there being mentalized by 'em. Then a quieter track comes in which is just guitars and high pitched vocals.. the total opposite to the other track. The guitars remind me a bit of some of the MV/EE blues workouts...well nice. The high pitched vocals work in total contrast to the guitars but there's something strangely haunting about 'em. One of the best 7"'s I've heard in ages and one of the most interesting ones too. Double points!

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