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Imaginary Lines

by PEAK

Psychedelic Indie Funk
Genre: Rock: Funk Rock
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Album Notes
Electric Bouquet is a remarkable and mesmerizing mix of musical flowers. Initially, it also appears to be a big, beautiful mess. Jeremy Hilliard is clearly a conflicted man. He veers between letting the lyrics lead the way and having the guitar drive the narrative. He also careens between the moody vibe of indie music and the good timey-ness of funk and rock and roll. However, after taking in the album as a whole, you realize that these intertwining musical stories are being told on a big canvass, and the result is an album on an epic scale.

Like all epics, including War and Peace or Star Wars, there is a personal story set against a massive framework. In this case, the intimate tale is told through poetic, lyric-based songwriting and the backdrop is a groove-based, psychedelic guitar workout. The range of mood is cinematic in scope. It is spacey, trippy, extremely funky, playful, and raucous at times, and bittersweet, poignant, reflective and dark at others. From the ominous, impending sound of the opening ‘Barometric Pressure (Here Comes The Rain)’ to the triumphant blues freak-out of ‘Nothing New Under the Sun,’ and the final stately resolve of ‘The Ballad of Wiley Jones,’ the hero’s journey unfolds.

All epics find cohesion through world-building, and the same applies here. The rock solid rhythm section of Otis Williams, Eric Thachuk, and Dale Paddyfote wails away, coloring and imbuing each moment with rich detail and feeling. Sonically, the crisp production by Dave Brandwein (Turkuaz) gives it a hi-fi, yet raw edge. And what finally seals the deal as a truly long-lasting achievement is the fact that these are 13 UNDENIABLY good songs, each with a completely unique identity, but clearly from the same songwriting voice.

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