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1 review »And on to TIRATH SINGH NIRMALA who may not be familiar to you but it is in fact John Clyde Evans (ex Hood member from long ago). He's converted to Sikhism now hence the name change. And he's only gone and decided to bleedin' release his first full release for 7 years on US psych drone fun label Digitalis. Apparently he's done a handful of CDR's under this name and this is a comp of some of the b ... »

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Bluster, Cragg & Awe by Tirath Singh Nirmala
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8 people love this record. Be the 9th!
9/10 Phil Staff review, 16 November 2006

And on to TIRATH SINGH NIRMALA who may not be familiar to you but it is in fact John Clyde Evans (ex Hood member from long ago). He's converted to Sikhism now hence the name change. And he's only gone and decided to bleedin' release his first full release for 7 years on US psych drone fun label Digitalis. Apparently he's done a handful of CDR's under this name and this is a comp of some of the best of the best. News to me.... Well if you're a fan of the Digitalis gear you'll like this and it features Scottish guitar drone lord Richard Youngs. For fans of the new psych folk movement... its all very transcendental and drifty.... It should come with free incense.... It's excellent anyway.... but then I can't get enough of this stuff me. There bits of Sun City Girls & Vibracathedral Orchestra and Sun City Girls in there if you're after any pointers.... Lush



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