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expo 70 - virtually from the unknown (album preview)

Experimedia with Scup on April 25, 2013 13:06

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    *Excerpts from the album. Now available from* No strangers to the experimental community, Expo 70 show a different side with this full-length on Sonic Meditaitons. "Virtually From the Unknown" is the result of a newly configured live three piece that was recorded prior to KC Psychfest in 2012 and features improvisation and deep instrumental interplay. The LP is a jam-heavy outing that is steeped in wah-wah guitar lines and adept, imaginative drumming. Expo 70 has clearly studied and thoroughly investigated the krautrock and psych-leaning playbooks they employ here. The closing track, however, does away with much of the traditional instrumentation for an excursion of sci-fi synths that bubble, gurgle, and shimmer for its 13 minute duration. - Ryan Potts, Experimedia

    A quick live recording at Fokl in Kansas City a week before KC Psychfest this past May. This recording features the 3 piece line-up of Expo '70 that has been performing out since 2012. The live recording features 3 tracks that total 58 minutes. The original release edited 2 tracks to fit onto a C40 cassette that was home dubbed for the KC Psychfest. The LP features the 3 tracks edited down and the CD will feature the tracks in their entirerty and there will be a bonus cassette in a hand-packaged box, more details soon.

    Released by: sonic meditations
    Release/catalogue number: sm045lp
    Release date: Apr 25, 2013

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