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EP Review - Kaziah - blog post image

EP Review - Kaziah

Kaziah's self titled EP is fresh young pop that psychedelically rocks. Bringing together influences such as the Strokes and Vampire Weekend into the psychedelic realms of Beach Fossils and Tame Impala, perfectly exemplified with their third track – ironically titled Song 1. The EP transports you to another dimension where the phasers are set all the way to 11. I can’t believe these tracks have been so beautifully crafted by kids in high school. With every track Kaziah keeps on giving you more, especially with La Ville where the time signature enters a cosmic 5/4. Finishing off with Something More, taking your mind into oblivion with a cosmic bliss jam.

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https://kaziah.bandcamp.com/album/ep

 


 

 

 

 

 

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