Category: Electric Moon

Papir Meets Electric Moon – The Papermoon Sessions (2013)

The Papermoon Sessions (2013)

“Led by Sula Bassana‘s (Dave Schmidt‘s) fuzzed-out, heavy guitar explorations, Electric Moon weave pure-psychedelia, dub, doom, krautrock and drone into kosmische improvisations via a myriad of intergalactic riffs, stellar effects and deep-space transmissions. The overall vibe of their epic but hypnotic freak-outs can be utterly mesmerizing or darker than the depths of the most monstrous of black holes, but all the while remaining deeply psychedelic. Sounding vital and fresh, Papir‘s cutting-edge take on psychedelica doesn’t hark back to a bygone era, but voyages through lush valleys of atmospheric soundscapes into peaks of wah wah driven, explosive guitar solos, all propelled by jazz-inflicted motorik grooves that serve to give the louder parts more impact. The band’s use of balance and structure, freedom and power, heaviness and laid back atmospheres comes to full fruition on their latest album, the terrific III, out on Causa Sui‘s adventurous El Paraiso label, and puts Papir squarely in the vanguard of the booming European psychedelic rock scene, along with Electric Moon…”

Electric Moon

“ELECTRIC MOON came into existence in 2009 – a new project with cosmic traveller Sula Bassana as the driving force. Bassist Komet Lulu, illustrator on top of that and responsible for corporate design and artwork is aboard as well as Pablo Carneval (drums). In 2010 they worked out their debut ‘Lunatics’, released on German Nasoni label and consisting of long spacey trips in the vein of earlier output with Sula Bassana involved, energetic and hypnotic as is well known, however this time with the focus on a more groovy and acid approach.”

Lunatics (2010)

Live at Epplehaus (2010)

Live at Immerhin (2011)

Inferno (2011)

Flaming Lake (2011)

The Doomsday Machine (2011)

Live at Sulatron Records Label Night (2011)

Cellar Space Live Overdose Darmstadt (2012)

Live 2012 One (2012)

Live 2012 Two (2012)

D-Tune (2013)

You Can See the Sound Of (2013)

Performed Live in Torino at the United Club (2013)

Mind Explosion (2014)

Bandcamp

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