31 Oct 2016
Plenirockium reviews Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation's Mirage
The great liberation through hearing in the Bardo, a promise from the Tibetan Book of the Dead. A tribute, an inspiration. A form of asceticism chasing streets full of narcotic jelly.
Josefin Öhrn and Fredrik Joelson have repercussions among the tentacles of Tago Mago (Can) and the luxury of a motorik punctuated by a tambourine. Sons of a cosmic josefinrivoluzione glide between the instruments devoted to electronics, companions of other children who explore the heavens in apocalyptic Teutonic essence. The hypnotic reverberations punctuate light sides, inevitably suspended between dream pop and shoegaze malleable choices. Josefin's voice whispers imaginary mischief with subdued melodies that cross Margaret Fiedler at the time of Laika and Alex Gehring when trilling in Ringo Deathstarr. Perhaps to take up the challenge of "looking shoes" with guitars Spacemen 3 or the vanguard of caustic-occult themes...
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