Mag­i­cal Dirt Alive Nat­u­ral­sound

Blunt - - In Review -

Ra­dio Moscow have clearly mas­tered the art of time travel. How else could they have cre­ated such an ac­cu­rate homage to Amer­i­can blues and ‘ 60s/‘ 70s psy­che­delic rock? From acid laced gui­tar tones war­bling along a sonic rainbow to whisky- drenched growls poured across swampy strings, Magic Dirt lov­ingly brings to­gether the finest slices of rock’n’roll his­tory into a tripped out power- trio pack­age. Won­der­ful care­free sounds scream and wail their way through the record, as the prover­bial pony pulls of mul­ti­ple tricks while jam­ming out wah­drenched so­los that cre­ate an at­mos­phere akin to a drug trip – al­beit on au­di­ble hal­lu­cino­gens. Best en­joyed in one hit, this mind- al­ter­ing al­bum will melt the walls of your sub­con­scious when you’re will­ing to jump on board. Buy the ticket, take the ride.

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