Saturday, May 23, 2020

Juice Oh Yeah "Juice Oh Yeah"

Country: Russia
Genre(s)Eclectic Ethnic Psychedelic, Progressive Rock, Stoner 
Label: addicted label cat# 741
Format: CD, digital, cassette 
Release date: May 22, 2020
1 Rels - 4:18 (Rail / Рельс)
2 Dnaa - 6:29 (Bottommm / Днаа)
3 Mane - 12:07 (Endlong / Вдоль)
4 Poleno - 7:51 (Log / Полено)
5 Vnyz - 7:54 (Downwards /Вниз)

Total Time 38:39

Boris Shulman – fretless bass, vocals
Sviatoslav Lobanov – drums

The following Dnaa ... is a huge surprise by showing the two musicians in a very restrained way. The bass guitar and drums are first joined by a harp chord, and then later by an Asian sounding string instrument. Then, all of a sudden, the music falls into the background, to be replaced by high multi-layered vocals that might remind you of American indie folk bands, or early Seventies folk prog bands, except that the intonation is purely Russian. The bass guitar returns in all its distorted glory to transform this track into some kind of Beach Boys on an enjoyable hellish acid trip, complete with a brass section adding a swinging Sixties atmosphere. So there is so much happening on this song alone, but the duo never loses track of its majestic songwriting.
Read the full review by Pascal Thiel at disagreement.net



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