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Black Dice – Skeleton

New York’s Black Dice’s ‘Creature Comforts’ album from 2004 was the transition between the epic Avant-Rock of ‘Beaches & Canyons’ (2003), and the dayglo, whacked out Electro of ‘Broken Ear record’ (2005); an album that was out there in the lysergic netherworld, and placed the outfit among acts like Nurse With Wound and Irr.App.(Ext.). The track Skeleton has more structure than the majority of the album, but is still wayward, and takes the listener out deep into the magic mushroom laden woods with no map for the return journey. Queasy and spandangled psychedelia from the Noughties.

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