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continue to plow the musical
battlefields with their girlish tint, but make no mistake, pink is the color of
passion and reflects in one of their latest offerings by Libido Fuzz called
'Kaleido Lumo Age'. As defined, the music inherently summons a sexual desire to
stroke the almighty riff.
skips the foreplay on their latest offering 'Kaleido Lumo Age', and goes
straight for the orgasm. Right out of the sheets 'Oblique Strategies' exposes
its sensuous riffage, throbbing ecstatically like a stoner band wearing white
cotton lace on magic mushrooms. Before you picture beards in bra's, picture
instead, guitar riffs with cleavage bouncing to the groove of a bitchin' drum
follows suit with a fuzzed out melody conjuring up a slightly occult vibe by
the 3-way auditory gang bang. Drumming is at the forefront just behind the
fuzzy lead guitar riff and bass slapping nonchalantly in the background like a
bag of potato chips at a stoner fest. Reverb haunts the microphone throughout
the record summoning forth an erotic sense of excitement.
of the Bison' slightly slows the pace down and keeps the load from blowing full
force unto the unsuspecting victim, for the first 5 minutes that is. At around
the 5-1/2 minute mark all efforts of orgasmic extension are relinquished with
the thrusting of fuzzed up guitar solos and precision musical placement towards
the auditory G-spot.
brings a post-punkish flavor to the table combining groovy riffs and indie punk
vocal tones keeping the album feeling fresh and alive. The main riff takes on a
bluesy and ballsy rhythm throughout and maintains the arousal.
holds the libido intact with fuzzy riffs swirling like ripples of bong water churn against hand-blown glass. Bits of spacey fuzz and stoner dirge lead into
a tripped out and melodic occultation known as song 6 'Enter the Occult'. The
satanic pulse echoes like a submarine on its way to the pearly white gates.
Laid back riffs exhaust fumes of ecstasy into an otherwise carnal state of
Ashbury' closes down the erotically impressive listening experience with utter
retro ease. Rewinding the clock back to the 1970's, which is the generation we
all wish we were apart of by the way, Libido Fuzz construct their song of a
lifetime! Basically 2 songs in one, Haight Ashbury, whether it is about the
district in San Fransisco or not, totally rules. Trippy melodies, with
Zeppelinesque sensibilities bring the album full circle and to a close leaving
the listener feeling at ease and in awe. Libido Fuzz truly lives up to their
band name with the perpetually sexual stoner rock display on Kaleido Lumo Age.
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