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Six Organs Of Admittance - Dust & Chimes
Six Organs Of Admittance
Dust & Chimes
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Holy Mountain)
20,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
2nd album, 1st time on vinyl! Complex, morosely beautiful guitar playing, originally released in 1999. Includes download
Wooden Shjips - Dos
Wooden Shjips - Wooden Shjips
Mammatus - The Coast Explodes
Mammatus
The Coast Explodes
LP | 2007 | US | Reissue (Holy Mountain)
19,99 €*
Release:2007 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Mammatus' second album The Coast Explodes straddles the line between psychedelia and hard rock while introducing more progressive aspects. The music is heavily influenced by both the power and complexity of the natural world and the ongoing battles of light and darkness. "Excellent Swordfight" continues the same story told on their debut's "Dragon of the Deep." "Pierce the Darkness" explores being a light in a dark world. "The Changing Wind" is a pipe-led psychedelic folk tune that could have been cited by Ghost's Second Time Around and the shanga vibes of the forest in the Autumn. It unfurls into the title track which encapsulates the massive fury of the ocean. "The same heavy, spastic psych as Acid Mothers Temple, Psychic Paramount, Comets on Fire and Green Milk from the Planet Orange."--Dusted. Now with barcode and digital download coupon.
Yoga - Skinwalker
Yoga
Skinwalker
LP | 2012 | US | Original (Holy Mountain)
14,99 €* 19,99 € -25%
Release:2012 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Holy Mountain is pleased to issue YOGA's Skinwalker on vinyl, making it widely available for the first time after having being released only on stupidly limited cassettes and split CDs. "Yoga takes the lo-fi practice-space recordings of the grimmest of the black metal outfits and combines it with the murky, muddy, noise-drenched blur of bands like Wold. But then takes it even further, rendering their sound so muted and lo-fidelity that even when they're blasting furiously, it still sounds like a busted music box or an old black metal 78. And then there's the fact that Yoga spends a good amount of their time not blasting blackly, but instead crafting synth-heavy Goblin-style film music, all throbbing bass and buzzing synths, creepy minor-key melodies and tons of haunting ambience. Those songs too are wreathed in a foggy, night-on-the-moors sort of murk, which ties those songs closely to the more blackened ones. The strange combination of grim and Goblin, the tripped-out fucked-up recording quality, the damaged arrangements, the looped hypnotic quality, turn Yoga into something totally out there, most likely way too abstract and psychedelic and deliriously lo-fi to appeal to folks looking for grim, buzzing blackness, but for the rest of you, if you can try to imagine some impossible mix of Philip Jeck, Wold, Goblin, the Skaters and some of the super weird EEE Records unblack bands, all produced by John Maus and Ariel Pink, then you will flip for this. Includes digital download coupon.
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