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Musical Witchcraft

by Forest Ray

Psychedelic garage rock that can just as easily go jazzy and improvisational. Forest Ray have filled their guitar-driven debut album ‘Musical Witchcraft’ up with synths,flutes, saxophones and vibraphones.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Hung up My Mind
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2. Let It Go
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3. Falling
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4. Homage
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5. Masni Burek
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6. Podgora
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7. Tapioca Timepiece
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Forest Ray experiments in the analog and psychedelic. Their progressively vintage sound will have you spiraling back to the 60's and beyond in a whirlwind of fuzz wound like a Roland Space Echo. Garage punk and psych with tinges of post-punk and drone rock recorded on an 8 track reel to reel. They are a 6 piece psychedelic ensemble that is currently based in Seattle and led by songwriters Peter Sumic and Robby Porovich who record and mix all of Forest Ray's releases analog to 8 track tape and release music through Sumic's label Forest Ray Records.

Psychedelic garage rock that can just as easily go jazzy and improvisational. Forest Ray have filled their debut album ‘Musical Witchcraft’ up with flutes, saxophones and vibraphones.

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