Sula Bassana – The Night (2009)(320 kb/s)

The Night is a total vintage styled space-rock album from this incredible multi-instrumentalist and composer. ‘In Space’ begins the album in dramatic fashion. The song has an infectious beat coupled with an eerie synthesizer and it sounds like there is mellotron in there too but I could be wrong on that one. All I know this is an electrifying way to start the album and it sounds very retro and old-school. ‘Lost In Space’ follows that with hypnotic, krautrock grooves and mesmerizing, warm keyboard sounds. The centerpiece to the album is up next, the four-part 15 minute juggernaut that is the title track ‘The Night.’ It starts off spooky and atmospheric before some very trippy guitar work takes over which features a contribution from Stefan Koglek from the band Color Haze. This track keeps building and evolving and is very melodic and yet sounds incredibly psychedelic. This 15 minutes seems to fly by effortlessly and is the highlight of the disc. -keep reading in… doommantia.

Track List:
01 – In Space (5:56)
02 – Lost In Space (6:51)
03 – The Night (15:31)
04 – Meteorritt (7:08)
05 – Kosmokrator (16:21)

– Sula Bassana (all instruments, vocals)
– Stefan Koglek (vocals on #3)



1 Comment

  1. imho anything released by sula bassana is a must have.
    as usual another great release.

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