Turtle Skull

Monoliths

27,50

2LP (white)

ARTIFACT110 / Kozmik Artifactz

Turtle Skull’s second album, Monoliths is a texture-rich record that dances between bone-crushing lows and ethereal highs.

Taking inspiration from Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd and Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Turtle Skull’s blend of warped psychedelia, shattering doom and indie-rock sensibility merges into their own brand of music dubbed ‘flower doom’. Limited to 300 copies on white 180gr. vinyl.

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Tracklist

  1. Leaves
  2. Rabbit
  3. Heartless Machine
  4. Why Do You Ask?
  5. Who Cares That You Think?
  6. Halcyon
  7. Apple Of Your Eye
  8. The Clock Strikes Forever

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Turtle Skull’s second album, Monoliths is a texture-rich record that dances between bone-crushing lows and ethereal highs.

Taking inspiration from Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd and Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Turtle Skull’s blend of warped psychedelia, shattering doom and indie-rock sensibility merges into their own brand of music dubbed ‘flower doom’.

While the final product contains a faint similarity to the sounds of King Gizzard & The Lizzard Wizard, Khruangbin, or Kikagku Moyo, Monoliths is distinctively its own beast. It’s a record that heaves and soars, taking joyous compositions and steering them headfirst into a realm of fuzz and fury.

At the end of its runtime, Monoliths undeniably displays a much more fleshed-out realisation of the doom, psych rock and indie fusion that launched the five-piece into the public eye following their self-titled release. Tipping between heavy and catchy is the strength of Monoliths – the roar of the fuzzed-out amps is counterbalanced by feather-light vocals, creating a contrast as clear and harmonious as sun and sky. For fans old and new, this is fusion at it’s finestĀ – a record with something to offer every listener.

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