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Perfect! For People With Music A.D.D.

This album is amazing! I came across this band by chance and I have to say that I'm very happy with this find. It's very different and hard to place in a certain genre (which is highly commendable when your capable of having "that" new approach). The songs go in so many different directions on mood, pacing, and innovation that it more than satisfies my A.D.D. I can lose interest real quick if the songs don't change, but these songs are perfectly spontaneous. Great vibes, great vocals, and great style! I love the percussions and the random adds of orchestrated beauty! Can't wait to here more from Malachai in the near future!


This album, like their first album "The Ugly Side Of Love," is really good.

Not the same

Can't put my finger on it but there's something missing this time around.
I feel like I'm listening to the tracks that didn't make the cut for the first album.
These songs just aren't as good.


Born: 2006 in Bristol, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Malachai are a cryptic, capricious, Bristol-based duo whose perplexing, structurally erratic cut-and-paste songs bear the unmistakable imprint of classic late-'60s/early-'70s British rock -- psychedelia, prog, heavy blues, and white-boy garage-soul -- stitched together with traces of trip-hop, hip-hop, dub, Krautrock, and more. Equally impudent in their playful disregard for established musical boundaries, and in their willfully enigmatic public persona, burly-voiced vocalist Gee and shadowy sample-master...
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