Goosebumps Chronicles ~6. Spring 2021, 10 albums

Growing with the time…  Image by lunamontem

Each new musical episode is a flower appearing out of the green. Here is Selected Goosebumps’ bouquet of the flowers which blossomed in the spring months of the year 2021.

1. Gaap Kvlt – Mirage (2021)

🇲🇦 Let’s start our adventure in Morocco. The Gaap Kvlt project presents the new EP, this time full of mystery.

Illusive sensations are in each composition. You cannot get over anticipation of something strange to happen. Any sough you’ll hear is a part of the wider atmosphere. Lose your habitual feeling of the ground and convert yourself into a mirage. With this EP, it’s so easy to occur.

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Previous masterpiece by Gaap Kvlt, “Calima” (2020) in our Selected “Into the Deep Dark” Compilation

2. Ufomammut – Eve Live At Roadburn 2011 (2021)

🇮🇹 Two good news from Italian legendary power trio this year. First, they are reborn with a new drummer. New stuff is expected very soon, prepare your ears.

then, beginning of March, Ufomammut has released the live recording made exactly 10 years ago. “Eve”, the band’s fundamental opus is played in its entirety, accompanied by three other great songs. Time for fair retrospective headbanging!

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Previous masterpieces by Ufomammut, “8” (2017) | “XX” (2019) in our Selected Goosebumps Chronicles 1 series

3. Tation 天聲樂隊 – Blind (The Sensation Quintet II) (2021)

🇨🇳 The Tibetan project introduces a collection of four tracks, three of which are so vast as the world we live in and forget to realize.

This album starts from the single tiny clapping sound which evolves into something voluminous, incorporating the instruments and arrangements. Like always, this band creates something absolutely incomparable. Soundscapes which you have never experienced before.

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Previous masterpiece by Tation, “Coordinate Plan 2018” (2020)

4. Stephan Thelen – Fractal Guitar 2 (2021)

🇨🇭 Another child born in March, Stephan Thelen’s second investigation of the fractal world. This time it was created in circumstances of pandemiс, in unconventional way. Nevertheless, a bunch of great musicians took part in this project, devoting themselves to make it possible.

And it worth it, for sure. Seriously worked out, the compositions attack your mind and heart by their spiral structures and reflect in your subconsciousness.

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Previous masterpiece by Stephan Thelen, “Fractal Guitar” (2019)

5. Stonus – Séance (2021)

🇨🇾 Short but pretty catchy EP by the Cypriots. Much wilder sound this time, thanks to the live recording. Sincere, immediate music, which is born at the fingertips.

Swaying from calm rock, fuzzy stoner and heavier stuff. Adding some authentic southern vibes to complete the might and inspire you, wherever you listen to this EP from.

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Previous masterpiece by Stonus, “Aphasia” (2020)

6. Dramón – Àspero (2021)

🇧🇷 Experimental ambient by the experimenter Dramón from São Paulo, Brazil. it’s not just another act, but something different from previously made job.

Here, calmness and melancholy are surrounded by touching atmosphere full of sensitive sounds. They take care of you, as you pay your attention and interact with these compositions, like they are a midair that you pass through.

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Previous masterpiece by Dramón, “Afã” (2020), in our Selected Feel the Vibes compilation

7. Mytishchi on Fire | Мытищи в Oгне – Хорошо у Нас в Аду (2021)

🇷🇺 April comes, and Mytishchi on Fire, an excentric Russian band, is back with a full length. Defiant punkish stuff with pst-modern sounding, full of fire and frenzy.

Did you know that the hell is right next to the Moscow city? Now you know. Open the door and take a seat. Well, you can choose the bowl. Jump in and feel yourself at home. Extreme cabaret escalated to the to the highest extent possible. That’s what you’ll get to with these guys.

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Previous masterpiece by Мытищи В Oгне, “Espionage EP” (2019)

8. Błoto – Kwasy i Zasady (2021)

🇵🇱 Polish jazzists appear in our blog for the third time, and it’s cool! You never know what you’ll get inside the package.

For this album, these guys have prepared something very tasty. Solid portion of true conventional jazz, considerable amount of fusion, with a room for improv and mild experiments. All blended up and processed naturally, with no bothering component involved.

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Previous masterpieces by Błoto, “Erozje” (2020) | “Kwiatostan” (2020) – in Selected Goosebumps Chronicles part 4.

9. Eishan Ensemble – Project Masnavi (2021)

🇦🇺 Eishan Ensemble from Australia (I’d better say, from the Earth), is a collabaration between the collective’s leader, Hamed Sadeghi, and his friends. With each of their albums, the musicians uncover new domains of beautiful music.

As always when it comes to Eishan Ensemble, their work is meditative, resonating, and breathtaking exactly in he moments when it supposed by the artists.

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Previous masterpiece by Eishan Ensemble, “Afternoon Tea at Six” (2020)

10. Gnod – Easy To Build, Hard To Destroy (2021)

🇬🇧 11 British act Gnod is the one which never looks back. They just do what they do, the immediate art. After severol episodes of weird electronics, this time they are here with the true rock.

Hypnotic jam with no rules and restriction, that’s what this new piece by Gnod is. Eccentrically psychedelic, sometimes falling into a kind of blues but jumping out of the blue in a moment. Frankly, not a moment, though.

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Previous masterpiece by Gnod, “Just Say No To The Psycho Right​-​Wing Capitalist Fascist Industrial Death Machine” (2017)

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