I expected something different, I suppose, than what I received. Their press characterizes the music such that you expect glistening sheets or sound with small animals peeking through the haze to chirp, bark, and tell you a story. I was expecting to, like, take a bath in this music and then never really bathe again. Luck shined down on my loved ones when this album turned out to be a little more derivative, and a lot less forward-thinking, than I anticipated.
Kila Kila Kila is very good for what it is. However, that "what it is" is where, at least I, get hung up. The first track sounds like a poorly executed adaptation of an Atlantis-era Sun Ra tune. Things pick up over… Read more