Doomy psych riffage and occult riddled vocal chantings from Sheffield’s Baba Naga. Self professed shamans guiding you through the desert with the second of three self-released 10” EPs. Produced by Ross Orton (Arctic Monkeys/ Drenge/ God Damn) Plná Krvy and Deific Yen are heavy hitting and driving tales hymns.
10" £7.49 NG15002
10" on Naughty God.
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Wahing superdudes Baba Naga are as proficient at making the psychedelic rock music as I am at remembering to brush my teeth twice a day, which is to say, very good, they have to do it, it’d be gross if they didn’t. Naughty God released their last 10” of drenched solos and respectful percussive whimsy, and they celebrate a new batch of heaviness this week with “Plná Krvy”, which as steadfast in its infatuation with a riff and a commandeering drumbeat -- the kick-drum breakdown is effective in making you want the band to come back in and do it all over again, which they do, with a steaming solo for the Hendrix hungover.
Me, I’m partial to the flipped “DeficYen”, a poached version of Baba Naga that’s more traditionally stoner and sees their guitarist proudly belt out every guitar note with the same striking emphasis. It’s jubilant with hints of doom and strays away from its big, hooking moments enough to get you psyched for yet another solo. Baga Naga: sure.
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