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1 review »Master Musicians of Bukkake have been peddling their new age insanity for too long now to still simply be a side-project, and on this LP they've compiled eight songs recorded live on tour over the past couple of years into a single palatable LP. Opening with primitive-sounding drones which build in intensity with the accompaniment of percussive bells, the order of the day here is certainly a ... »

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Twilight Of The Kali Yuga Tours: Live Totems 2009-2011 by Master Musicians of Bukkake
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8/10 Mike Staff review, 14 December 2011

Master Musicians of Bukkake have been peddling their new age insanity for too long now to still simply be a side-project, and on this LP they've compiled eight songs recorded live on tour over the past couple of years into a single palatable LP. Opening with primitive-sounding drones which build in intensity with the accompaniment of percussive bells, the order of the day here is certainly a cosmic one, with drones and tinkles taking the fore throughout the majority of the first side. Towards the end, however, a weird shuffling otherworldly groove comes in, accompanied by ethereal high-pitched chanting vocals and repetitive gamelan chimes for an hypnotic journey deep into a lost tribal underworld. Flip it and the second side's opener 'Listen To The Winds All Directions' takes us on a searing and windswept guitar excursion with some shameless wah-abuse taking things to new cosmic heights, while in the closing track we're sucked back into a semi-digital swamp of amelodic murk, never to return. Despite this album being split into eight distinct tracks, it's very hard to distinguish by listening alone where one ends and the next begins. It's more like a single long, interconnected piece of music that ebbs and flows in a very natural-sounding way, with healing drones and chants forming the basis for a psychedelic meditation more tasteful and restrained than their band name really suggests. Good band.


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