Canada Effervescent: Ridin’ America tape (Constellation Tatsu, 2017)

December 31, 2017 at 11:51 pm | Posted in Reviews | Leave a comment

Canada Effervescent: Ridin’ America

Fresh off a Not Not Fun tape and directly preceding a digital album called Sleep Better (very much looking forward to testing this out as a sleeping aid), Denis Tremblay’s Constellation Tatsu release is a new age healing session disguised as a cross-country road trip. Very easy-going, rolling organs and back-porch guitar licks, with a few lapses into trippy effects and crystalline chiming. On its most engaging tracks, it achieves a sense of traveling without a steady rhythm, or at least without the usage of drums, and it sounds relaxed and at ease yet playful, but not in a cartoonish, over-excited way.

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