Midday Veil, Integratron

It's always good news when a new Midday Veil album comes out, so I was especially pleased today because this caught me completely by surprise. Midday Veil consistently produces some of the best experimental psychedelic music I've ever heard, always bending genres and minds at the same time. This new cassette, Integratron, promises to do that yet again, as it is a series of improvisations recorded in an acoustically perfect wooden dome situated on a geomagnetic vortex in the middle of the California desert. I honestly don't know what could sound more perfect right now. The heat is turning up here in the US, so this should go very well with the early summer we're experiencing. 3 tracks totaling 48+ minutes. The cassette is limited to 100, and starts shipping around June 10th.

You can stream, download, or buy the cassette (which comes with an immediate download) here, at the Midday Veil Bandcamp.

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