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"Meditative songs like “Fade the Scene,” “Bright in All Forms,” and “Come on Through” are relaxed, gradually evolving guitar jams that combine Buffalo Springfield/CSN&Y canyon-rock with 13th Floor Elevators/Pink Floyd psychedelic, and hints of Ride/Antietam dreampop (and, on “Leaves Like Butterflies from Slow Clap to Applause,” krautrock, prog, free jazz, and funk), with Harrison’s irregular, soulful vocals acting almost as hypnotic shading."
The Big Takeover Magazine "Parliament" Review
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“There's a lot of, for lack of a better word, ‘jammy’ parts on this record,” Harrison said. “That is a little more difficult to do when you're doing it remotely, but the guys I was working with are incredibly talented. I feel like when I listen to that stuff it sounds like we're in a room playing together, which I'm proud of.”
The complete Daily Tarheel interview here.
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New album "Parliament" out via Potluck Friday March 12th
Indyweek premiered the first song/video "Fade The Scene"
Livestream Show Via Duke University Coffeehouse
New Jamz Are Available Everywhere Jamz Are Found!
Listeners will discover the album’s most straightforward arrangements on the titular “Here to Be Around,” as well as on “The Wolves That Raised You,” “Shake,” and “Turning to Sky.” The twists and turns that Harrison takes to arrive at these tracks are what makes the record so enjoyable. With its haunting woodwinds and cacophonous percussive hits, “Cycles and Circles” feels ripped from an early ’90s “Drums/Space” take from a Grateful Dead set. “Dirty Drums” is a two-minute jaunt into fervid psych-rock. “Peyote Brunch,” meanwhile, is a quick peek into gassed-up free jazz.
Here is the first song/video
from the album via Indyweek.
"Turning to Sky" has that vulnerable fragmentary feel, as Jphono1's incantatory fingerpicking soften into a refrain about the world being on fire—though the rippling stream, and ease of the warm psychedelics would have you feeling otherwise. It's a blurry confluence of sound and content, but one with depth—and one that, like a current, sweeps you up and carries you.
Been a weird one this year but our pals at Potluck have you covered with this amazing Spotify playlist of all the Potluck releases this year so far...
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Listen to podcast interview here
Love and Gratitude for our Potluck family
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Jphono1 in the New York Times talking about his neighborhood and how they came together for a pandemic birthday cookout.
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