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On 2010's Phosphene Dream, Austin psych-rock progenitors The Black Angels boarded a train of thought headed for the groovy unknown. The long strange trip takes a layover in Indigo Meadow. The Black Angels create more mesmerizing Animals and Velvet Underground-inspired ruminations on a wide range of topics, from synesthesia (“I Hear Colors”) to gun safety (“Don’t Play with Guns”). The Farfisa whine and Alex Maas’ vintage vocal phrasing color Indigo Meadow in a late-summer sepia tone, the fuzz on the guitar and bass requiring more than just a lint roller to remove from memory.

Customer Reviews

Indigo Meadow

Love every song on this album. And the Black Angels sound amazing live. It doesn't get any better than this. Well done!!!

Great

Awesome psychedelic rock

A sound for sore ears

Been a fan of the band since Passover and upon first listen of Indigo Meadow, I was a bit skeptical. However, with each subsequent listen, I grew to like the album more and more. It wasn't until I saw them play live in D.C. that I had an epiphany and this album made sense (they sound AMAZING live btw). Indigo Meadow is a giant step forward for the band. The album shows a tremendous amount of maturity and creativeness. It's different than their previous three full lengths, but is without a doubt, just as good, if not better. Whether you're a veteran or new to the Black Angels, this album will be a hot oil massage to your ear drums. And don't listen to the other reviews that try to compare this album (or the band for that matter) to some rip off of The Doors or other 60's/70's band. They are The Black Angels and they need no comparison. Just listen to it/them, and judge it solely on its/their own merit.

Biography

Formed: May, 2004 in Austin, TX

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The sultry neo-psychedelic sound of the Black Angels came together in spring 2004. Hailing from Austin, Texas, they initially comprised Stephanie Bailey (drums), Christian Bland (guitar), Alex Maas (vocals), Jennifer Raines (organ), and Nathan Ryan (bass), and took their name from a Velvet Underground classic, "The Black Angel's Death Song." The band's self-titled debut EP was released in late 2005. After a string of North American dates in winter 2006, they readied themselves for a performance at...
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