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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Glaze of Cathexis - The Visions Surround You (JP/US 2008)

The last web-release of Dr. Schluss' GLAZE OF CATHEXIS – and what a fine one: pure 60s style garage psych, heavely influenced by our favourite Nuggets-bands with an occasional nod to the 80s neo psych garage bands. But this isn't just some retro sound. Dr. Schluss' very own, remarkable voice and singing style gives all those songs that little extra, that reveals that this here is a contemporary piece of art. Very listenable and quite remarkable! Recommended!
My favourite tracks: "Future Quake" and the somewhat Byrds-y "I've Been Flying". (Trip-o-meter: 4 out of 5.)

GLAZE OF CATHEXIS - The Visions Surround You (2008)
(mp3 zip, 11 tracks, 40 min, 72 MB)
Get it here.
And don't forget to check out Dr. Schluss' site.

Download "Stone God" by DAMAGED TAPE (Dr. Schluss' other musical project) here.

1 comment:

Dr. Schluss said...

Thanks for the post and the short review! I'm glad you dig the tunes. I wrote the framework and riff for "I've Been Flying" all the way back in middle school. I dig the track too, although I managed a lot of little mistakes in it, so I'm glad to hear it highlighted.

I did some more lo-fi psych with a buddy of mine a few years back. I think it might be even more up your alley. I play on about half the songs on "Paper Fences." Here's the link:


Here's the second half again (after the .com)if you're having trouble copying: