Kindercastle - number b

* So local DIY legend R. Stevie Moore recently kicked two ( 1 , 2 ) Kickstarter campaigns' asses. He recently posted his 1983 release, Solid State , on Bandcamp , and he'll take whatever you'd like to pay for it. "ANYTHING YOU DONATE FOR THIS RELEASE," screams Moore, "HELPS SUPPORT R. STEVIE MOORE IN HIS QUEST TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD!" Stream after the jump.

:::We wanted to make sure that when trying to release a classic double album, in all its monstrous glory, there were still no excess or throwaway tracks: Just as much time was spent whittling songs down as it was building them up. At least as many songs didn’t make it on the record as those that did in the interest of providing the most conceptually pure experience. This is an epic aural journey, containing songs for lovers of classic psychedelia , space-odyssey synth drones , Warp -records style electronica, krautrock and kosmisch e, doom drone , hints of early metal , folk- , math-rock and prog-rock sneaking in from time to time as well. “A symphony of space rock” one might even call it..:::

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