Anything described as a 16-piece, trans-Atlantic, space-rock orchestra, as The Flowers of Hell are, is undoubtedly something that any discerning music lover and inquisitive music writer will want to explore. Don’t you think? I do. So I am.

Sitting somewhere between the free jazz adventures of the likes of Sun Ra and the soundtrack to the desert depicted on the cover, between ambiance and sonic adventure, Keshakhtaran is a gorgeously spacious and drifting suite of ever-evolving…

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