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Recorded between October & November 2016 in Berlin by Cosmic Fall
"Interstellar Junction" was recorded live at the Junction Bar Berlin
"Stairway Jam" was recorded in a stairway hall at the Charité Berlin
Drums: Daniel Sax
Guitar: Mathias Rosmann
Bass: Klaus Friedrich
Coverart by Klaus Friedrich
The space exploration continues!
This is the second album by Berlin psychedelic jam / space rockers Cosmic Fall.
It is a Jamalbum and consists of 7 instrumental jams, which make more than 90 minutes in total.
The journey takes you on a trip with jam filled heavy psych melodies and mellow space rock tunes.
A VINYL VERSION ON A DOUBLE LP WILL FOLLOW IN SUMMER 2017!
Review by Psych Insight Music:
This is a ninety minute album of heavy jams (one track, ‘Purple Weed’, doesn’t make it onto the CD) which really takes you of into the furthest dimensions of the psych universe. Each track pushes you further and further out, and deeper and deeper into a headspace that makes you forget about what’s going on around you as you dissolve into the music. At the end of it you really wonder where that time went as you are lost in the, at times, blues guitar, stoner riffs, funky bass-laden sections and drum-driven beats.
All of the tracks here, there is just one under ten minutes, take on complete lives of their own and yet the sum of them is somehow greater than their individual parts; as each builds on what went on before… in my mind at least. I think this is because the jazz-like improvisations on this album somehow make the listener more alive to what the band are doing and you get accustomed, over the course of the ninety minutes, to look out for the ebb and flow of the tracks. This, for me, is where the space rock element of the band’s music comes in as Cosmic Fall take you on a series of sonic journeys that are heavy, soooo fucking heavy, yet are but no means dense and oppressive. If this is space rock it is space rock that flies with a certain nimbleness… not the heavy cruiser of Blown Out, but a deft destroyer. There is an openness and space to this music that you feel could go on forever without wearing you down.
Cosmic Fall were one of those bands I knew I liked from the first few bars of the first track I heard. Now with this second album they have proved my initial impression of them. Actually they’ve exceeded it, because this band are every bit as good as some other trios I could mention, such as Zone Six/ Electric Moon, Earthless, and Black Bombaim. In short I would recommend you check out Daniel (Drums), Mathias (Guitar), Klaus (Bass) at your earliest opportunity because you ain’t going to be disappointed with how these guys kick out their jams!