Music: The Heliocentrics: ‘A World of Masks”

As a group which embodies and masters the notion of musical diversity, their fourth studio album ‘A World of Masks’ is an exciting and engaging listen.  The vast sonic palette of krautrock inspired grooves is accompanied with beautiful soulful melodies as well as free jazz. An emotive and breathtaking vocal performance from Slovakian singer Barbara Patkova elevates this album’s exciting dynamic as well. This album is bound to be a cult-classic, and the imagination and creativity that goes into an album like this is reminiscent of Can’s seminal ‘Tago Mago’ released in 1971.

Released via Soundway Records.

Listen to the album below:

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