13 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

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.

EDITORS’ NOTES

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.

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