Food Pyramid // Mango Sunrise
I don’t know if you got a chance to check out Food Pyramid’s loving, three-cassette-long ode to spaced-out krautrock but if you didn’t you sorely missed out. Don’t fret, they’re still readily available. I myself stepped in around the time that the band was releasing II and I’ve been enthralled with them ever since.
To my utter elation Moon Glyph is releasing the band’s newest LP Mango Sunrise. The name alone in conjunction with the album artwork should clue you in as to what you’ll be experiencing. Everything is still very spacey and psychedelic, but the band seems to be branching out. There is so much going on with this record that it would be futile for me to try and sum up everything the band is showcasing. They molt and mutate and symbiotically latch onto styles in such a natural way. There is an almost spiritual quality to these tracks. They feel organic like some sort of naturally occurring musical compound of color and noise that can be measured in elemental units. It’s an all-encompassing journey through sound that is just begging to be taken.
PS - Oh yeah, the saxophone!
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