While the blues feels like an inevitable touchstone thanks to Ambrose Kenny-Smith's harmonica disorienting as it sounds when caked in psychedelic effects , it's also got the psych pop jaunt of the Millennium.
But as varied as King Gizzard are, they've established one surefire safe bet with each record: They implement their "more is more" approach for maximum impact. Their songs are dense, intricately crafted, and most importantly, powerful.
There are easy comparisons to be drawn between the two bands—Stu Mackenzie lets out a point-perfect John Dwyer "WOO" before employing explosive, rapidfire guitar lines. And like their label overlords, King Gizz also know when to let urgency eventually give way to elation. The album's overall lyrical concept is mind control.
If they've managed to brainwash their listeners, they've done it by making a record that's hard to tune out. They churn and choogle relentlessly forward, each rafter-reaching jam bleeding into the next. The rhythm section—bassist Lucas Skinner, drummers Michael Cavanagh and Eric Moore—stay locked in the same groove across all four songs while the guitars, harmonica, and Mackenzie's vocals explore various melodies within that structure—different movements operating in the same theme.
But a steady stream of bangers comes at a price. Limited to worldwide. Sold Out. It features a glow in the dark sleeve and classic black wax. It was limited to worldwide when it came out and was never sold commercially.
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