9 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

These unusually masked and creepy Swedish psychedelia dealers play a mix of tribal rhythms, guitar riffs dominated by wah-wah pedals, and raw, garage-rock styled productions, over which a number of vocalists sing, chant, and yell from various positions. “Goatchild” perfectly distills the group's essence, while tracks like “Talk to God,” “To Travel the Path Unknown,” and “Gathering of Ancient Tribes” explore the numerous paths to high weirdness. There’s a looseness in these jams that sounds all-inclusive, as if the songs were just waiting for you to pick up an instrument and play along. Commune clearly succeeds in creating an alternate universe where everyone can party.

EDITORS’ NOTES

These unusually masked and creepy Swedish psychedelia dealers play a mix of tribal rhythms, guitar riffs dominated by wah-wah pedals, and raw, garage-rock styled productions, over which a number of vocalists sing, chant, and yell from various positions. “Goatchild” perfectly distills the group's essence, while tracks like “Talk to God,” “To Travel the Path Unknown,” and “Gathering of Ancient Tribes” explore the numerous paths to high weirdness. There’s a looseness in these jams that sounds all-inclusive, as if the songs were just waiting for you to pick up an instrument and play along. Commune clearly succeeds in creating an alternate universe where everyone can party.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
16 Ratings
16 Ratings
chris perry gallery ,

Radness

Soul and originality at its finest. Great job! My favorite album of 2014 hands down.

Boholife77 ,

Glorious.

I'm going to download this as soon as possible.

Oracle House ,

entranced dimensional gateway

Feeing more than frequency thru music is a true tell, it’s more than an artists trying to be liked. This little community it tapped into something multidimensional. Forever a fan...

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