Bitchin Bajas have been around the world and they STILL can't find their baby. Instead they have been chasing sonics through space and time. Good lads. The press release I'm working off is full of such pretentious twaddle "they have mapped and traversed their own ecosystem" is one particular stand out line. I'm trying to find something to hold onto, something that might tell you about what they actually do. I can glean that they reach far inside Eastern tonalities and use organ, synthesizer, winds (wind?), xylophone and autoharp. The album is 76 minutes long and comes on double vinyl or a double cassette. That's all I know.
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9/10 JPW Customer review, 29th July 2015
If like me you already own the vinyl edition of this album, do not hesitate to get the cassette edition too as the relaxation versions justify the additional cost in their own right. As the the quality of the music, here's my standard issue evangelising.... For those who don't know the music of Bitchin Bajas, Cooper Crain and his crew inspire the listener to feel transported to a place where they glimpsed the sublime beauty of the infinite. Yes, it's embarrassing to be sounding like some dodgy New Ager, but please trust me when i say that anyone who I have played BB ends up happier, grinning and converted. Buy two copies so you can spread the joy.
9/10 Jeff Billington Customer review, 24th October 2014
Excellent blissed-out analogue electro-acoustic space-drone music, reminiscent of Tangerine Dream circa Zeit or Rubycon, and Klaus Schulze circa Cyborg or Irrlicht, before both those acts slid into tasteful new-age tedium. Whilst the album is anything but hi-nrg workout music, the double cassette (which is the version I have) also features a remixed 'relaxation version', which kind of sounds like Stars Of The Lid or Eno's Ambient series.
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