🎡 Pure Imagination, No Country (Dave Harrington)

Listened Dave Harrington: Pure Imagination, No Country from Pitchfork

With a group behind him that recalls the electronic jazz splatter of ’90s New York, Dave Harrington’s guitar work becomes a psychedelic, soft-hued quest for transcendence.

One half of Darkside, Dave Harrington’s instrumental outing feels very much like a spacial experience. My highlight is the cover of Pure Imagination from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I would place this album somewhere inbetween Pink Floyd and Tortoise

Read Jesse Jarnow’s review for a further breakdown of the album.

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