ART FEYN­MAN

Blast Off Through The Wicker 8/10

UNCUT - - New Albums - Sun-soaked afro-psych from cos­mic Cal­i­for­nian PIerS marTIn

Fans of Ariel Pink, Sinkane and mild hal­lu­cino­gens would do well to seek out this eye-open­ing, vibes-heavy de­but by shamanic new­comer Feyn­man. At times, it is like open­ing a time cap­sule from 1982 to find a tape of Arthur Rus­sell zon­ing out in Ad­dis Ababa: with the pow­er­ful open­ing trio of “Eter­nity In Pic­tures”, “Slow Down” and “Can’t Stand It”, Feyn­man joins the dots be­tween kos­mis­che and King Tubby, ex­press­ing his anx­i­ety over out­ward-bound grooves and lilt­ing, twist­ing melody, de­liv­ered with ca­sual grace.

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