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|1.||"Boiled Moon" (6:48)|
|3.||"Kofun No Uta" (5:40)|
|4.||"Jyomon Doki Doki" (4:36)|
|1.||"Loon Of The Cups" (4:58)|
|2.||"Set Fire To The Village" (3:45)|
|3.||"Found & Lost Cuckoo" (4:21)|
|4.||"Sole Wa Alu" (5:44)|
Spearheading Bristol-based psych and art-rock outfit Yama Warashi is Japanese artist Yoshino Shigihara. The name of the band translated to English means something along the lines of 'small child-like spirit which lives in the mountains' and Boiled Moon presents the group's second album following the equally celestial Moon Egg. The music delivers in equal parts worldly selections of folk, rock, synth and vocal expressions with "Jyomon Doki Doki" in particular reminiscent of classic Battles' track "Atlas". The album is a lovely walk through a psychedelic landscape of cosmic sensibilities and abstract pop that will most likely have you rushing to find your Yellow Magic Orchestra records soon after.
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