Kinski

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Kinski - Airs Beyond Your Station Airs Beyond Your Station
Psych Used - LP SAAH 012 Sub Pop
Mint, Limited Edition Of 1,000 Pressings 2003 2LP Gatefold In Shrink Wrap. Airs Above Your Station Is By Far Kinski's Grandest Acheievement. Cresting A Frothy Wave Marrying Textured Ambient Drone, Space-Gaze Sonic Swells, Death-Defying Volume Dynamics And Melodic, Lysergic Guitar Riffs With Balanced Precision, Airs Above Your Station Takes Kinski's Own Interpretation Of Psychedelic Rock A Giant Leap Farther Into The Outer Reaches Of Orbit. From The Opening Warm Drones Of "Steve's Basement", Percolating Gently Towards A Rendezvous With Fat & Heavy Acid-Punk Chords, Airs Above Your Station Makes An Ecstatic Trajectory Across A Variety Of Textures, Alternating Between Pillowing Sonic Passages Doused In Effects And Pummeling, Bowel-Wrenching Volume. No Other Compositional Rock Band Makes The Leap Between 70's Cosmic Like Cluster And Brian Eno, Classic Innovators Like Loop And My Bloody Valentine, To Today's Crop Of Dynamos Like Mogwai And Bardo Pond With Such Skill And Originality. Kinski Have Constructed An Album Of Fantastic Depth And Detail, With Material So Utterly Epic, It Easily Reaches Far Beyond Anything This Band Has Released To Date.... more details
 
Kinski - Down Below It's Chaos Down Below It's Chaos
Pop New - LP SP 741 Sub Pop
Sealed 2007 2LP Gatefold Original. “Kinski's Relentless Drive To The Next Level -- Via Being Louder Than Everything On The Planet On The One Hand, And On The Other Having A Rigorous Structure To Their Efforts That Practically Compels Listeners -- Takes An Interesting Turn On Down Below It's Chaos For A Variety Of Reasons. First, Having Always Sounded Very Futuristic Just By Being Clean And Hot-Wired, The Album Is As Close To A Tribute To Early-'70s Fuzz Worshipers As The Quartet's Yet Made Since Its Very Earliest Days -- Chris Martin's Initial Guitar Invocation On "Crybaby Blowout" Just Needed A Leather-Clad Greasy Biker To Go With It And All Of A Sudden It's Death Valley 1970. (Not For Nothing Is The Album's Final Song Called "Silent Biker Type.") The Feeling Is Maintained Throughout The Album, With The Help Of Production Guru Randall Dunn, And While It's A Bit Surprising On First Blush It's Also No Surprise That Kinski Rock It Out Brilliantly, With Tight Stop-Start Moments Showing Their Precise Eye For Dynamics Remains Key, As Songs Like "...Boy, Was I Mad!" And "Child Had To Catch A Train" -- Which Even Adds In A Note-Perfect Garagey Keyboard Part -- Show. The Second Twist Is Actually Even More Surprising In Context: Martin Sings! On Three Songs His Rather Thurston Moore-Ish Vocals Take A Bow, And If The Comparisons To Daydream Nation-Era Sonic Youth Are A Touch Too Easy To Make At Points, It All Still Sounds Enjoyable Enough. Meanwhile, For All The Overdrive The Side Of Kinski That Appreciates A Good Ambient Meander Has Hardly Disappeared Either -- "Passwords & Alcohol" Is A Semi-Shoegaze Amble Towards Its Start While The Evolving Flow Of "Plan, Steal, Drive" Makes For Gently Cascading Zone Grace, A Chance To Appreciate A Rising Sun Before Hitting The Highway Once More At Full Speed.” Ned Raggett, AMG.... more details
 
Kinski - Cosy Moments Cosy Moments
Pop New - LP KRS572 Kill Rock Stars
Sealed 2013 Original.... more details
 

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