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LP+7" : Includes an exclusive bonus 7" single

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When the band Trees Speak, coming out of nowhere, released an exclusive one-off 100-pressing white label 45, described as Can/Neu! meets Liquid Liquid, it sold out so quickly (in less than 30 minutes) that Soul Jazz Records decided to release their album almost immediately.

The group Trees Speak are from Tucson, Arizona and create new music that sounds like German Krautrock meets no wave/post-punk and psych rock - music for fans of Cluster, Tangerine Dream, Can, Neu!, Silver Apples and early Kraftwerk .

The album ‘Ohms’ sounds at times like a tripped out and moody John Carpenter/Goblin/Morricone soundtrack that seamlessly segues into propulsive, ‘motorik’ Krautrock instrumentals loaded with fuzzy, hypnotic mellotron, synths and analogue effects, as well as elements of Art Ensemble free jazz, and all at times reaching a kind of post-rave psychedelia . More recent comparisons would include Beak> and Ghost Box who draw upon similar themes and styles.


A1: Soul Sequencer
A2: Nitrous Cross
A3: Shadow Circuit
A4: Blame Shifter
A5: Spirit Duplicator
A6: Nobody Knows
A7: Sadness In Wires
A8: State Of Clear
A9: Sleep Crime
B1: Knowing
B2: Splendid Sun
B3: Ohms
B4: Out Of View
B5: Psychic Wounds
B6: Silicone Emotions
B6: Octave Cycle
B7: Witch Wound