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Boomkat Product Review:
Stuck at home for the first time in years, Wooden Shjips and Moon Duo's Ripley Johnson was inspired to form a "more mindful relationship with the natural world" and penned "Earth Trip" to express this feeling.
If it sounds a little hippy, then you're on the right track here. Johnson recorded "Earth Trip" at his home in Portland, Oregon, and wanted to infuse his psychedelic jangle with messages of interconnectedness and the environment. Honestly, he manages it better than most, building on well-worn alt country tropes with clear passion and positivity. At its best, "Earth Trip" sounds as elegiac as Mazzy Star - just peep 'Silver Roses' or 'Feel of Love'.
While it might dip into wheel-turnin' corniness from time to time, the mood is primarily almost Lynchian, offering a more complex taste of contemporary Americana.