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Telemetric Sounds
Cat: MMS 039CD. Rel: 02 Oct 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Telemetric Sounds
  2. Devastation
  3. Space Cake
  4. Rehearsal 24
  5. Shattered Mind
  6. The Opening
  7. Left To Our Own Devices
Review: The Heliocentrics second album of 2020 is another delightfully psychedelic, otherworldly and impossible-to-pigeonhole affair, but then we've come to expect little else from Malcolm Cato, Jake Ferguson and Jack Yglesias's delightfully out-there combo. From start to finish, the music inhabits a kind of hallucinatory no-man's-land between the spiritual space-age jazz of Sun Ra, the mesmerising "motorik" hum of kosmiche-era krautrock, the reverb-drenched kaleidoscopic colours of psychedelic rock, the low-slung intensity of punk-funk and the unnatural eccentricity of Pierre Henry. It's a musical blend that will mess with your head and entertain you in equal measures. We can think of no higher praise than that.
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Telemetric Sounds
Cat: MMS 039LP. Rel: 01 Sep 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Telemetric Sounds (13:31)
  2. Devastation (5:13)
  3. Space Cake (4:43)
  4. Rehearsal 24 (1:26)
  5. Shattered Mind (3:51)
  6. The Opening (2:45)
  7. Left To Our Own Devices (8:09)
Review: It's only six months since The Heliocentrics released their last album, 'Infinity of Now', but boy how the world has changed since then. To reflect that, this new collection of songs is more intense, dark, paranoid, uncertain and, well, angry. It makes for a typically out there record that pulls together disparate worlds and defies familiar conventions. There are moments of sweetness and light such as "Space Cake" but also pixelated realms of jazz complexity that glisten and glean. This is an album that will lead you to strange, thought provoking places, but will also greatly reward any time you spend there.
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Infinity Of Now (reissue)
Cat: MMS 037LP. Rel: 08 Apr 20
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. 99% Revolution (5:03)
  2. Venom (6:46)
  3. Elephant Walk (4:33)
  4. Burning Wooden Ship (5:36)
  5. Hanging By A Thread (4:51)
  6. Nonsense (part 1) (3:11)
  7. Light In The Dark (4:58)
  8. People Wake Up! (10:03)
Review: Psych voyagers par excellence The Heliocentrics are back, some three years after they dropped the incredible soundtrack to LSD documentary "The Sunshine Makers". "Infinity Of Now" drops on Madlib Invazion, which speaks to the fertile crossover zone The Helio's occupy where funk and hip hop collide with psych in scintillating fashion. The sound is fierce and heavy as the album opens up, with a dose of horror schlock poured into tracks like "Venom", calling to mind some of the German kosmische trippers like Brainticket. Raw, wild and oh-so live, this is up there amongst the best from a band with a glittering track record.
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