Moonwood reviewed @ Terrascope

Coal Aberrations got an exceptionally splendid review in Terrascope‘s November Rumblings.

Moonwood (not to be mistaken with Moonweed – he who used to tickle synths for Gong and who currently does the honours with Hawkwind) is an extended project of one Jakob Rehlinger aka Babel. “Coal Aberrations”  (Arachnidiscs Recordings) features an international group of musicians on instruments ranging form rudimentary percussion through to cello and all manner of gizmos in between, The result is a heady and highly effective mixture of brooding, ambient minimalism, incantations, dirge and avant-drone music underpinned by a loose acid folk template. The improvised results are a simple yet powerful, not to mention wholly satisfying, collection of post-psychedelic and experimental pieces – 17 of them in fact over almost 70 transcendent and uplifting minutes and where the song titles are almost as evocative as the music (“The First Good Hangover of Spring”, “Desert Dusk Cactus Cult”, “I Rarely Leave This Apartment”). This is truly esoteric music for the mind and body and carries a definite seal of approval.”

2 Responses to Moonwood reviewed @ Terrascope

  1. Rather than whinge publicly, why not just drop us a line and ask?! The offending broken link has been fixed now.

    • arachnidiscs says:

      I sent you two!

      Anyway, in word of apology, I didn’t mean for the post to be whingy, I found the situation kind of humourous. Re-reading it I see that it does come off whingy and I will change it. Especially now that the link is fixed!

      Mostly I’m just very chuffed at the favourable review.

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