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Primordial Underground are a strange sounding band. Aric Arn, the central figure in this clan of avant-psych misfits has been doing the rounds for a fair few years and details of his long, illustrious career can be observed in the press release. The label suggests that these guys have been crafting a mighty fine racket for at least two decades in which time they have formulated a sound that pairs ...

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Last Worldly Bond by Primordial Undermind
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6/10 Li'l Biz Staff review, 17 February 2011

Primordial Underground are a strange sounding band. Aric Arn, the central figure in this clan of avant-psych misfits has been doing the rounds for a fair few years and details of his long, illustrious career can be observed in the press release. The label suggests that these guys have been crafting a mighty fine racket for at least two decades in which time they have formulated a sound that pairs off classic psych and avant garde influences with post-punk, garage, dub and New Wave flavours to create something completely fucking out there! Well, it's not way way out there, you can listen to and enjoy it without wanting to kick your hi-fi system in the graphic EQ and never listen to underground music again... Which is nice. Expect a lot of variety and fun from these lads.


6/10 Mr Pearl's Brain Customer review, 15th July 2015

Space rock. Ever wondered what it sounded like? It sounds like this, the continuation of a line from Hawkwind (minus the sci-fi) and Gong (minus the whimsy) through Here and Now (minus the politics) and Ozric Tentacles (minus the whimsy, again, and also the mushrooms). If you like space rock, you'll like this. It is muscular, efficient, lengthy, mostly instrumental music, with solid riffing, wiggly whoosh effects, and in this case a cello. It takes itself pretty seriously and at times is a little bit po-faced. This album is a live-in-the-studio affair, and sounds like a live album recorded with suspicious clarity, and just a touch antiseptic: allegedly an audience was present but they do not make a peep. However, once the riffs start to seduce, all this is mere carping, as we fly off on a whimsy-free magic carpet for some beefy space-prog fun.


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