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Boomkat Product Review:
Lullabies for Insomniacs keep their remit steeply psychedelic with a 2nd invocation of Raga drone by Unearth Noise complemented by his Dreamspeak collaboration with vocalist Mariam Zohra D, a.k.a. Myrh
On the first disc Roger Berkowitz a.k.a. Unearth Noise goes dolo down a wormhole of plasmic drones and glossolalia vox echoing the worldly psychedelia of Lullabies For Insomniacs’ prior reissue of László Hortobágyi’s ‘Transreplica Meccano’, leading to exceptional highlights in the free-floating chorale of ‘Inhabitants’ and the slow dervish called ‘Red Light’.
Joined by vocalist Myrh on the 2nd disc as Dreamspeak, Berkowitz and his muse plot out a more organic yet subtly otherworldly sound that curiously sounds like Akira Rabelais doing lysergic blues in ‘Colour Be Bright’ and ‘Open Door’, or like some freaky Can krautrock jams on ‘I’ll Be Soon’ and ‘God and Devil’.