RIYL: The Low Frequency In Stereo, Holy Wave, WatchOut!, Megaphonic Thrift, 60/70's groovy soundtracks
Label: Jansen Records
Throughout their 3 studio-albums, Norway’s Electric Eye has grown into an exotic psychedelic beast.Â This motorik monster does chewÂ a lot of pop-snacks along with that kraut, and the outcome is a highly accessible and rewarding listen.Â Their rythm-section is crazy tight, and lock grooves that communicate with your mind, as well as your body. Arrangements include a lot of nifty details, and a variety of instrumentsÂ and effectsÂ that keeps on giving. This is an album that gets better with every spin, and you can spend a lot of time trying to identify inspiration through the diverse yet focused expression.Â Highly recommended!
The Limited Purple Vinyl has a hand numbered hype-stickerÂ #/100, and only a handful left as I type..
Black Vinyl available at 20$ if you miss it or wanna save some (800 pressed 1st batch)!
Limited Edition Purple LP
Record/Vinyl + Digital Album
Includes unlimited streaming of From The Poisonous Tree via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
ships out within 3 days
edition of 100
Weâ€™re at Broen Studio in Bergen. Ã˜ystein Braut, NjÃ¥l Clementsen, Anders Bjelland and Ã˜yvind Hegg-Lunde have locked into a groove that never seems to stop. Their bodies are swaying in time with the music, their heads are eagerly shaking to the song thatâ€™s pumping out of the room, and it seems like theyâ€™ll never get out of it. Maybe they donâ€™t want to get out?
Itâ€™s a little over a year since Electric Eye released their second album, Â«Different SunÂ», and only eight months since their live album, Â«Live at BlÃ¥Â», came out. But now theyâ€™re standing here again, ready to pull you into a new whirlwind of psychedelic and hypnotic rhythms.
Since last time theyâ€™ve travelled the world and visited countries like USA, UK, Japan, Italy, Germany, Denmark and many more. Theyâ€™ve been everywhere to play concerts, which is where you really want to experience Electric Eye. Now theyâ€™ve brought all of their concerts into the studio, together with all of their experiences and a bunch of new songs. It canâ€™t be anything else than great.
Weâ€™re back in Broen Studio, and itâ€™s difficult not to be fascinated. The band will release their third album in November 2017, and now theyâ€™re plowing through their new tunes. It sounds like a soundtrack to a movie that hasnâ€™t been made yet, itâ€™s villainy acid prog, itâ€™s ethno jazz, itâ€™s old school hip hop grooves mixed with the easily recognizable Electric Eye sound.
released November 3, 2017
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive