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1 review »I reviewed a CD from these Food Pyramid about a year ago and remember quite enjoying its gently swelling new age cosmic synthiness so it's good to see something new from these guys. Apparently that was actually an uncharacteristically ambient offering from the trio and they'd been honing their sound on a series of tapes that I haven't heard prior to that one...whatever they've been up to, they've ... »

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Mango Sunrise by Food Pyramid
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9/10 Mike Staff review, 11 April 2012

I reviewed a CD from these Food Pyramid about a year ago and remember quite enjoying its gently swelling new age cosmic synthiness so it's good to see something new from these guys. Apparently that was actually an uncharacteristically ambient offering from the trio and they'd been honing their sound on a series of tapes that I haven't heard prior to that one...whatever they've been up to, they've certainly cranked their sound up a notch in terms of focused grooves and melodies that suck you into their slick synthetic soundworld. There's krauty propulsive pulsing beats with cosmic synth tomfoolery over the top that are conjuring a kind of laid back '80s soundtracky feel not too far removed from the essential recent Inner Tube LP through some kind of krautronic Kosmonaut filter, but then in places they go all spaced out and dubby too. And at one point I'm sure there's a sax involved throwing down some east-meets-west opium shapes, and when they get guitars involved like in the pumping 'I Know What I Saw' I can't help but think of Emeralds. The vibes are always relaxed and positive, though, and the overall effect is of a warm, silky synth trip full of sultry summer atmospheres. This is gently paced euphoric smoking music for discerning synth-heads basically. Well tasty.


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