Darkside returns with ‘Spiral’ to resurrect the psychedelic era again

At first, the answers proved elusive. The first lessons were slow and exciting. Despite the difficulty, the band considers the output to be a cheap copy of themselves. In response, they dived into abstract complexity (alternative tuning, microscale), which led them to a place of minimalistic simplicity. Movements and emotional nuances are constantly kept in mind. For the first time as a band, Harrington sat with an acoustic guitar, Jaar sat with a notebook, and they would alternate between the riffs, dialogue, and lyrics they inspired. The first take is usually the best. The record button is always on. A 10-minute Harrington guitar solo can be reduced to 20 seconds and then accelerated to a minute.

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