REVIEW: THE TIME & SPACE MACHINE – THE WAY OUT SOUND FROM IN

TIME AND SPACE MACHINE WAY OUT SOUND FROM IN

Cynics will tell you that the Holy Grail of medieval scientific philosophy, the ability to turn base metals into gold, was a pile of hogwash. Not so.

The evidence is right here, as a modern-day alchemist walks among us, a King Midas for the Digital Age, and that man is Richard Norris, AKA The Time And Space Machine.

On ‘The Way Out Sound From In’, Norris takes contemporary pysch-rock staples from bands including Warpaint, The Sufis and Tame Impala, and reforges their work into slow-burning, hypnotic gems.

All nine revisions exude class, but the showstopper is Warpaint’s ‘Disco//Very’, impossibly recast as something even more darkly majestic. Sublime.

PUBLISHED: CLASH MAGAZINE

 

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