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Devil In The Woods

Monster b​/​w Pyramid

by Espectroplasma

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Monster 08:04 video
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Pyramid 06:06

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While their previous three records found them practicing in a heady blend of sci-fi surf rock a la Man…Or Astroman?, their Devil In The Woods debut finds the unpredictable band offering up two heavy numbers that eschew the garage and head straight for outer space. Long, heavy, and epic space rock is the name of the game here. “Monster” is an eight minute jam that is positively cinematic in nature; it sounds like it could have come off of any number of Tangerine Dream soundtracks, most especially their critically acclaimed Thief.

But it’s the flipside that really excites us. If the a-side is modernistic and technical in a clean, sophisticated computerized way, the flip, “Pyramid,” is pure psychedelic cosmic boogie that offers up a sound that could best be described as “Tangerine Dream meets Sweet.”

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released January 10, 2020

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Espectroplasma Ciudad De México, Mexico

SURF,POST PUNK,GARAGE, PARANORMAL BAND FROM MEXICO D.F.

ESPECTROPLASMA:

GAB.Z.R: GUITARRA/VOCODER
MORV: BATERIA
SAMPLER: SINTETIZADORES
BOOGLE: BAJO
O.I.R.A.D.: GUITARRA
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