Mudlarking has Tooth at their finest, delving into bright and dark terrains, perfecting their personal sonic stamp.
The album features Daevid allen on vocals & guitar as well as many fine Australian artists.
I've never thought that Sydney trio Tooth were real. There's was the kind of music that I've never considered could be constructed by humans. Possessing a confident, almost stately grandeur.
This double disc album is an epic, not just because it consists of eighteen tracks, but because of the way Tooth have extended their styles and approach in the interim. It's a strange swirly mass of sound that exists like a giant fun rollicking soundtrack where you can throw around words like, Krautrock, psychedialia, downtempo, prog, and not ever get remotely close to the canvas.
There is not a single misstep. Each song is an opus. All you need to do is stand on the edge and allow yourself to get swallowed up.
- Bob Baker Fish – Cyclic Defrost – 1st June
released July 5, 2006
Purdy - production, composition, guitar, drums, keys, programming.
Sir Robbo - Production, composition, percussion, melodica
John Maddox - bass
with special guests:
Tim Batson - Synths
Pip Branson - Violin
Daevid Allen - glissando guitar, vocals
Adam Cox - keys
Sloth - keys & trumpet
Ian Pieterse - barritone sax
Tim Hollo - viola
Jeremy Barnett - vibes & marimba