Acid Mothers Temple’s In C is not what I’d call a cover or version per se of Terry Riley’s infamous original. Rather it is more of a tribute. Here, AMT has captured the essence of Riley’s work in one of their most tumultuous and raucous noise assaults yet. In homage to Riley, each of the compositions on In C open with repetitive and dense pulsations and melodies before a wall of hypnotic, whirling psychedelia hits and takes helm of the track. Be advised, this is not for the faint hearted but is rather for those looking to endure three invigorating injections of noisy euphoric mindfucking jams of great Japanese rock music.
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