TRIPTIDES – ” Visitors “

Posted: September 6, 2018 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Some nice sitar and Farfisa action going on, here… good pop sensibilities, too..

Los Angeles Psych rockers Triptides have just made their finest album yet !. After the acclaimed Azur (2015) and Afterglow (2017), Triptides are back with their sixth album! With Visitors, the LA based band are probably delivering their most accomplished album yet. Visitors deepens the exploration started with Azur, digging more profoundly into fifty years of psychedelic pop music with the band’s trademarked pristine elegance of melody.

However, the finer production and musical arrangements this time round show a real advance in the band’s ability to capture on record what they offer live: the songs of Glenn Bringman & Josh Menashe never chimed so beautifully or with such mature accomplishment.

L.A.’s Triptides have psychedelia down to a science” (LA Record, US), “This artefact is something especially nice to have and hold and sit alongside The Young Sinclairs, Silver Factory and Allah-Las in your collection. They deserve far more attention than has come along so far” (Shindig)

“The romance that is begining with Triptides will last more than this summer”. (Rock & Folk)

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The LP contains 10 songs pressed but CD and Digital contains the full album (12 songs)
Those who wants the two additionnal songs on vinyl can take the Limited edition 7″ (CRM022 Heavy Cloud / My Friend).

Released April 6, 2018

Glenn Brigman : Vocals, guitars, farfisa, mellotron, drums, sitar, electric harpsichord, tambourine
Josh Menashe : Vocals, guitars, bass, farfisa, flute, piano
Modeste Cobián : Flute on Mary Anne and Heavy Cloud
Dylan Sizemore : Backup vocals on Sunday In The Park
Recorded and mixed by Triptides in Los Angeles, CA

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