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      Ghost: Hello 'The Sound of Color In Space' Album Review By Allyson Kingsley

      Ghost: Hello

      The Sound of Color In Space


      September 20, 2019

      Album Review By Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

      Boston Rock Radio


      Coming from Ohio, we have Ghost: Hello, a band that formed around 2014 and is a husband and wife unit along with their cousin. Ghost:Hello, if anything is beautifully unique. If you enjoy stoner/sludge/psychedelic rock, The Sound of Color In Space will please your senses. Try driving to it turned up loud on a long road and it's quite the mystical little experience.  

      An enveloping miasma of sound emerges from the first two tracks "Alcubierre Metric" and "Fingerstache," which both set the atmosphere. The album is a slumbering onslaught that teases with a proliferation of mind altering arrangements that always borders on the strange; but strange is always exquisite. It caresses with fuzzy riffs, synth heavy infusions and a nod to the 70s style rock.

      If you want a hint of early Sabbath, check out "Burnout" with it's incredible doom laden riffs. My choice pick would be "Bardo State," as it is both psychedelic and ethereal and with the ongoing television dialogue in the background, it reminded me of the times I would smoke and chill to The Doors and Pink Floyd back to back.

      This is actually an exceptional piece of recording and I would advocate listening on repeat in a comfy room of candles and incense.




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