Blaak Heat Shujaa – ST (2010)(256 kb/s)

Further proof of the international appeal of desert rock arrives in the form of the self-titled debut by young Parisian trio Blaak Heat Shujaa, who — perhaps on a quest for some kind of tonal authenticité — flew all the way to Banning, California, to record with the legendary Scott Reeder (The Obsessed, Kyuss, etc.) at his Sanctuary Studio. Seems a long way for a couple of kids from France to go for desert cred, but I’ll be damned if it didn’t work out in their favor. Blaak Heat Shujaa (released by Improvising Beings) is as much a work of the environment in which it was produced as has been any of the albums by bands who actually come from there. Doubtless that’s thanks in no small part to Reeder. His ability to bring out the best and sweetest in Antoine Morel-Vulliez’s bass tone is enough to justify the flight in itself. –keep reading in… the obelisk.

Blaak Heat Shujaa’s website

Track List:
01 – High On Altitude (6:19)
02 – Sinaloakarma (3:10)
03 – MIA (6:12)
04 – The Brown Buffalo (7:19)
05 – Where You At (11:07)
06 – The Pest (5:19)
07 – Let A Thousand Parks Bloom (9:59)
08 – Moon (6:49)
09 – Moon Part II (6:54)

– Thomas Bellier (guitar, vocals)
– Antoine Morel-Vulliez (bass, vocals)
– Timothée Gacon (drums, percussion)


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