Monday, July 8, 2019

Inaequalis – Bête Noire (2018)



  • Psych-rock 
  • Alternative rock 
  • Krautrock 
  • Experimental rock 
  • Avant-prog
  • Crossover 
  • Avant-rock 
  • Acid rock 
  • Art rock 
  • Psych-prog 
  • Surf rock 
  • Space rock

Comment: if anyone of us would decide to play music by following groovy trends then he/she should acknowledge such sort of music would result in nothing more than a soulless product. Because of that I admire such sort of musicians – sometimes being called as outsider musicians – who are obsessed by some definite ideas having no calculation in the case would it be popular or not. Music should be the case about being dead or alive. For instance, Sun Ra, Moondog, Bruce Haack, The Space Lady, Jandek, R Stevie Moore and early Ariel Pink (at the time of The Haunted Graffiti) showcased something truly earnest and unrepeatable worth to be remembered for now and forever. Let's call it the constellation from outside. Inaequalis' 19-notch outing is a joyous jam of daring amalgamation of rhythmic patterns and bass gears being embellished with an effect-laden guitar and vivid and fast changing synths by creating uncanny glimpses as if coming out from very hidden corners of progressive and psychedelic rock. It is knee-deep, it is thoroughly spaced-out. In a sense, it reminds of Trans Am, an unconventional post-rock combo from The United States who used to merge motorik/kraut, synth-pop/electronica, progressive/art rock and much more else into a blatant, vociferous fist. And also there are up some similarities with Amon Düül's fiery psych-prog obsessions. At times the listener is embedded in a deep stoned mayhem played in the key of surf rock. That's marvellous! In a word, listen to this untamed version of contemporary rock and roll. Please do not forget – rock is power, rock is defiance, rock is an ennobling feel. Rock is the identity. Top fare by any means.
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