Sunday, April 14, 2013

Kinski - Cosy Moments

My first bit of exposure to Kinski took place in Seattle around 2003, which is perhaps when they were best suited to be discovered. Already, ten years ago, they were established adults, circulating around something of a non-scene; it’s sort of unclear why they never developed the large cult following that other instrumental and post-rock bands have achieved, though perhaps it has something to do with the labels to which they’ve signed—would you attempt to market prog or psych rock to the Sub Pop or Kill Rock Stars audience? They have a crowd, somewhere, but they’re misfits in their Pacific Northwest setting. [...]

(Read the full review at Your Flesh.)

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