If there's one album that sums up what King Gizzard is all about, it's this one.
This is the band coming into their own style and playing at their best. It takes the fast, noisy garage rock from 12 Bar Bruise and the EPs, and blends it together with the psychedelic grooviness found on Float Along and Oddments. These ideas have been refined and perfected to reach their full potential on this album, and the result is a loud, fun, and psychedelic 42 minutes. This thing is my desert island ... read more