The Oscillation – Out Of Phase (2007)

The tracks on ‘Out of Phase show an artist who is as comfortable making pop songs as expansive psychedelic freakouts. Tracks like ‘Respond In Silence’ demand comparison with the harder edge of the 70’s krautrock scene. The lambent vocal tones of ‘Hear Your Sadness’ recall bands like Spiritualized or Loop at their most medicated, ‘Liquid Memoryman’ like The Ruts battling their way out of an echo chamber to a background of white noise.

‘Out Of Phase’ contains the single ‘Head Hang Low’, a blissed out reworking of Julian Cope’s moribund ballad from 1984 newly rendered by Castellanos into a bitter sweet dose of pop melancholia. – dc recordings.

Track List:
01 – Visitation (3:45)
02 – Liquid Memoryman (4:08)
03 – Violations (3:46)
04 – Distant Transmission (1:11)
05 – Head Hang Low (3:42)
06 – Comatone [Part One] (4:31)
07 – Respond In Silence (4:29)
08 – This Is Nowhere (2:15)
09 – Gamelan Mindscape (4:30)
10 – Hear Your Sadness (6:01)
11 – Saturn 5 (4:34)
12 – Comatone [Reprise] (3:47)
13 – Visitation [Exit] (10:17)

LineUp:
– Demian Castellanos.. Live: DC (vox, guitar)
– Tom Relleen (bass)
– Chris Wackrow (keys)
– Jon Abbey (Drums)

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