Cardinal Fuzz are proud to present The Myrrors - Solar Collector. A limited 350 pressing presented in a hand screen printed sleeve.
The Myrrors debut album - Burning Circles In The Sky, although recorded in 2008, only saw the light of day (other than a ltd self released cd) late in 2013 as psych aficionados hailed it as being an undiscovered gem - needless to say it sold out before most knew anything about it.
Solar Collector (another release Cardinal Fuzz has plundered from the great Sky Lantern Records) is their first release since their self imposed exile which shows how the bands taste evolved over that five year period with a release that not only better reflects the bands true live sound but also acts as an unpolished Kodachrome of this new stage in their evolution as a band. This is something akin to 60s losers The Index with its heavy basement like vibe that permeates these recordings only they have drafted in members of Parson Sound and Terry Riley in that basement. On these four garage raga jams (clocking in at just under 40 minutes) circular mantric movements build and build with guitarist Nik Rayne adding some of the snarliest fuzz heard this side of a Heads recording as each track acts as a guide to achieving the meditative states normally only accomplished by Zen practitioners.
Available 29th September
Includes unlimited streaming of Solar Collector (Re-Issue Jan 2018)
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
supported by 26 fans who also own “Solar Collector (Re-Issue Jan 2018)”
Holy smoke. One of the finest contemporary psych albums I've heard. Like an acoustic Annexus Quam meets Popul Vuh circa Brüder des Schattens meets Amon Düül circa Paradieswärts Düül meets traditional musicians from rural Iran playing Fairport Convention's Matty Groves. Forward thinking heads from southern Arizona making music as authentic and transcendent as it comes. Mushroom Head
supported by 22 fans who also own “Solar Collector (Re-Issue Jan 2018)”
Their best album so far; perhaps Easterfaust is as good. These guys always change a bit but after all these years you recognize their style. The three pieces fit well together and make a nice album structure. peter1328