Lnzndrf's II is a mass hypnotism, somehow both thunderous and trance-inducing. Recorded in extensive, shamanistic jam sessions at Austin's Public Hi-Fi in September 2019 and later edited down to give it shape, these songs feel like Right Now, with some toes testing the waters of the future. It's incantations seem to beckon the dystopia of present day as much as they beckon the Big Mystery awaiting us when we finally bust through it's barrier. It won't be a utopia but it will at least be something different. As it goes on the lysergic post-punk standout "You Still Rip": "We'll live like fruitless trees towards endless breeze linked as we please, the burning bridges smolder in our wake." Red rover, red rover, send Lnzndrf over.
Lnzndrf's II is a mass hypnotism, somehow both thunderous and trance-inducing. Recorded in extensive, shamanistic jam sessions at Austin's Public Hi-Fi in September 2019 and later edited down to give it shape, these songs feel like Right Now, with some toes testing the waters of the future. It's incantations seem to beckon the dystopia of present day as much as they beckon the Big Mystery awaiting us when we finally bust through it's barrier. It won't be a utopia but it will at least be something different. As it goes on the lysergic post-punk standout "You Still Rip": "We'll live like fruitless trees towards endless breeze linked as we please, the burning bridges smolder in our wake." Red rover, red rover, send Lnzndrf over.
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Ii (Clear White) [Clear Vinyl] (Wht)
Artist: Lnzndrf
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. The Xeric Steppe
2. Brace Yourself
3. You Still Rip
4. Cascade
5. Chicxulub
6. Ringwoodite
7. Gaskiers
8. Stowaway

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Lnzndrf's II is a mass hypnotism, somehow both thunderous and trance-inducing. Recorded in extensive, shamanistic jam sessions at Austin's Public Hi-Fi in September 2019 and later edited down to give it shape, these songs feel like Right Now, with some toes testing the waters of the future. It's incantations seem to beckon the dystopia of present day as much as they beckon the Big Mystery awaiting us when we finally bust through it's barrier. It won't be a utopia but it will at least be something different. As it goes on the lysergic post-punk standout "You Still Rip": "We'll live like fruitless trees towards endless breeze linked as we please, the burning bridges smolder in our wake." Red rover, red rover, send Lnzndrf over.