King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard with Mild High Club - Sketches Of Brunswick East FLAC album
Genre: Jazz / Rock
Title: Sketches Of Brunswick East
Style: Psychedelic Rock, Avant-garde Jazz
FLAC version ZIP size: 1354 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1902 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1968 mb
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King Gizzard's next full-length album, Sketches of Brunswick East, a collaboration with Alex Brettin's psychedelic jazz project Mild High Club, was released on 18 August 2017. Taking inspiration from Miles Davis' 1960 album Sketches Of Spain, as well as the band's base recording location of Brunswick East in Melbourne, it is a album
Sketches of Brunswick East is a collaboration with Mild High Club, which came about as the bands toured the world together. The two bands worked by essentially sampling themselves, piecing together bits of reworked recordings to form a complete song. The album title is a reference to the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick East and Miles Davis' album Sketches of Spain. Sketches Of Brunswick East Q&A.
Sketches of Brunswick East, the third full-length the band has released over the last six months alone, proves the opposite to be true. Among the most relaxed material the band has ever put out, the new album deviates from King Gizzard’s long-established formula of jam band-esque psychedelic rock with surprisingly agile detours into soul, jazz, North African overtones, and pastoral English folk. It’s no surprise that Brunswick East would take the band down new roads, as it began quite differently than the last two releases.
Textured jacket (but not embossed), 180-gram black vinyl. Shipped with signature gator sticker. Includes download card. High-Fidelity Stereo. On front cover Track 5's "Migraines" is misspelled as "Mirgraines". Track timings not listed on release, taken from digital versions.
It was recorded with Mild High Club’s Alex Brettin. Tags: Alex Brettin, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Mild High Club. The Number Ones: Ohio Players’ Fire. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Organ Farmer Video.
After releasing two albums already in 2017, the microtonal experiment Flying Microtonal Banana and the synth prog epic Murder of the Universe, they hooked up with Alex Brettin of the soft rock weirdos Mild High Club to concoct the smoothed-out psychedelic jazz album Sketches of Brunswick East. It proves to be a winning combination all around, with Brettin's warped pop sensibilities mingling nicely with the sonic exploration that the lads of Gizzard do so well.
A fluid, effortless and absorbing listen, King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard aren’t just one the industry’s most prolific bands, they are also one of the world’s best. Their third and greatest album of 2017 so far, Sketches of Brunswick East is brimming with lush, psych-jazz melodies and quintessential Gizzard quirks.