Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Tree No Leaves – Sacred Natives (2017)

  • Indie rock 
  • Alternative rock 
  • Progressive rock 
  • Art rock 
  • Experimental rock 
  • Psychedelic rock 
  • Drone rock 
  • Americana 
  • Southern rock

Comment: I can remember for my first experience with this combo happened approximately 8 years ago with regard to such a great label as now defunct Modicum Of Silence, the Ohio, US-based imprint led by Nic Ross. For sure, you are having serious problems to find out the discography of the record label but many albums you can download from the rare albums section at RMH. Since then, since the first chords Tree No Leaves' music has been highly artsy due to its quest towards a perfect synthesis in rock music. And I think they have succeeded in doing it. For instance, Sacred Natives, the 4-notch outing is a fascinating match by putting together such styles as vehement indie music and on the other side adding to it more traditional yet still mind-provoking genres like Kosmische Musik, krautrock, psychedelia and progressive rock. Thirdly, you can hear American threads like Southern rock, Americana even if those are not always prevalently apparent. At times those freely floating and slightly acidic Hammond organ based grooves remind of such Manchester baggy juggernauts as The Charlatans, and Inspiral Carpets (especially at Emperor's Cyclical Disco). And The Doors is an obvious influence. As I said already it is the perfect match.
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