Felt (Secretly Canadian)

Levitating Platters

Fitting trajectory, Felt loosens up on the seriousness gripping Suuns' last three albums into kaleidoscopic microcosms of Krautrock pulses, guitar ambience, and post-punk eruptions. Unlike their space-prog frontier on 2010's Zeroes QC or the propulsive freak-out of Images Du Futur three years later, the Montrealers' latest explores Vocodor throbs ("X-Alt"), electro slink ("Materials"), and industrial punk smear ("After the Fall"). Unbound synth-prog ambitions. (Fri. 27, Empire Control Room, 12:30am)


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