Monday, October 5, 2009

Slaraffenland...more milk, more honey from Danish fusionists

There's a new record by the Danish quintet Slaraffenland which seems to be slipping, quite undeservedly, under the radar. It's called We're on Your Side and it continues, at least in my view, the more melodic and vocally driven elements of Sunshine while retaining Private Cinema open-ended, multi-instrumented, quasi-jazz feel. It's on the really quite wonderful Home Tapes label, which is moving up in the small-but-beautiful category alongside some of my other favorites (Locust Music, Strange Attractors, Language of Stone).

Check out "Meet & Greet"

Read my review at Blurt here

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