Whilst there is still that vibe of the re-imagined sixties about this latest song from Black Market Karma, it goes beyond that too. Perhaps it is the influence of Sonic Boom (he of Spacemen 3 fame); maybe it is just Stanley Belton exploring sonic territories further away from his usual creative stamping grounds. Whatever is at work here, it’s great: a slightly fractured collage of sounds, some trippy and psychedelic, others gently motorik in the way that they relentlessly roll forward…

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