The US art-rock collaborative project Greetings released the eponymous LP on the 20th.
Greetings – eponymous LP artwork
Each of the seven tracks on the album (available on bandcamp) can serve as a standalone single, yet more so when imbibed as a whole.
The roughly twenty two minutes of songs wrap around the mind and transport the listener to a world in which to leap and bound between unsupported lifts and floating escalators as the combinations of nu-jazz, maths-rock and twisted rock’n’roll merge in to what have the feel of extemporised pieces of progressive-psychedelia.
So Easy To (feat. Blunt Corner) is the third track.
The US collaborative existentialist-experimentalism project Ruby Jubilee release their eponymous ten track LP next month.
Slightly delayed from a release date originally scheduled for July the album, given the three tracks I have heard, will take the listener on a journey of free-flowing interaction in which the sounds and mind are unconstrained by rigidity.
With a plethora of music creating instruments, plus vocal – too many to list individually though including: Strummed strings; Bowed strings; keys; electronics; reed-woodwind; brass; Along with percussion – the latest reveal – and last before the full release – We 3 Dolphins provides some sense of what to expect as the distinctive elements thread their own furrow, yet all make for a collective cohesion due entirely to their disparities.