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Chaz Bundick Meets The Mattson 2

Star Stuff

Company

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For his new project, the ever-prolific Chaz Bundick, of Toro Y Moi fame, has teamed up with The Mattson 2, a duo of brothers that play freewheeling instrumental psych-rock. This full-length result is an indulgent set of psychedelic jam-band impulses and catchy stargazing ballads. The more pop-influenced songs, such as "JBS" and "Star Stuff," sound like The Big Lebowski soundtrack if it featured more Pink Floyd. Occasionally the players wax overly noodly"Steve Pink" doesn't really need to exist, and the album wanders a bit before the vocals finally start on the third trackbut overall this is an enjoyable collaboration for any lover of spaced-out, swirly psych-pop. (www.companyrecordlabel.com)

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