Rating: *** 1/2
When you hear ‘Detroit.’ you might think of the music of Motown. You might think of The MC5, or early Bob Seger (before he kinda sucked), or even, for a few people with redder necks than mine, Kid Rock. What you probably don’t think of is the genre of ‘psych-pop.’
Then you listen to Detroit’s Jobbaloon, and things get trippy. On their newest long-player, the guys in Jobbaloon concoct a heady mix of sludge and synths, with plenty of spoken word intoning about metaphysics, and soon enough, it’s time to fire up the laser lights and splashes of tie-dyed projection.
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