Baerik | Spindrift

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by Baerik

Indie-progressive-psychedelic rock/pop concept album skating the edge between subtle brilliance and psych-damaged, sci-fi absurdity.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Spindrift (ensemble)
3:59 album only
2. Bend Or Break
3:52 album only
3. Entropy Tides
4:06 album only
4. Move Me To Action
3:43 album only
5. Octopus Ride
2:50 album only
6. Fragile Vial
2:42 album only
7. Hollow
4:29 album only
8. Visions Of Johanna
4:44 album only
9. Seashells
4:32 album only
10. Spindrift (ambient)
4:32 album only


Album Notes
In small town Montana, far from the angst of metropolis ambition and the disposable blips of MTV-infected pop culture, Baerik, the multi-instumentalist hooligan behind this unapologetically progressive-psychedelic rock concept record is an artist/hermit in the truest sense. With total ambivalence towards pop culture, financial gain, or fame, Baerik remains fully committed to pure acts of undiluted expression.

Spinning through the heart of "Spindrift" is the mythic image/concept of an ocean vortex-whirlpool or maelstrom - made famous by Edgar Allen Poe in his genius work of fiction "A Descent into the Maelstrom" - used as a metaphoric object in the path of the consciously vulnerable human vessel, sailing upon a vast ocean of change and unknown in nature and the universe. The manifest realization being that we and this vast ocean are all of one singular body and therefore our determined constructs of individuality, corporeal fear, and permanence are the ultimate illusions.



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