Heroin in Tahiti – Sun and Violence

[ Boring Machines, 2015 ]

The Rome based duo Heroin in Tahiti play the special kind of dried up, Technicolor spaghetti western psychedelia, kind of like a chance meeting in the middle of a plateau between Barn Owl and some nameless weirdos from Sublime Frequencies who accidentally brought some synth krautrocker along for the trip. Dark drones howl in the background while vintage progressive electronics and a dead man’s guitar psychedelia duel in the front. Prolonged exposure to the sun might indeed lead to increased violence, as shown on the album, filled with hallucinogenic, malignant atmosphere. This is the kind of heroin you might consider actually doing. Recommended!

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