Review: Kutiman is a composer and producer who previously worked with Turkish songstress Melike Sahin in 2019, and now have joined forces once again for another majestically alternative new single. What results is a psyched out sizzler with tough drum breaks, psychedelic synths and basslines that are all heavily filtered to bring texture and tension to this most hallucinatory of experiences. And that's just 'Elimi Tut' - on the flip is the spiritual incantations of 'Karaoke' which is awash with retro-future space age sound effects and rough riding rhythms. ?ahin has had plenty of national hits before now, and word is she is working on her debut album, so this is a fine taster.
Maybe The People Would Be The Times Or Between Clark & Hilldale (3:30)
Live & Let Live (5:24)
The Good Humor Man He Sees Everything Like This (3:06)
Bummer In The Summer (2:19)
You Set The Scene (6:48)
Review: American psychedelic rock band Love formed in Los Angeles in 1965, and at the time were one of the most racially-diverse groups around. It wasn't until third album Forever Changes that, inspire of only moderate chart success, they got serious acclaim, with many citing this one as their chef d'oeuvre (and in fact it was even added to the Library of Congress's National Recording Registry in 2011). The record was the final one put together by the original line up and brimmed with sophisticated orchestral arrangements. Elements of folk, baroque pop and indie all colour the tracks, which were written by Arthur Lee on themes around his own lifestyle and environment.