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Boomkat Product Review:
Arizonan kosmiche/wave duo Trees Speak are bound to light up retro-vintage synth heads with their 3rd album in a year for Soul Jazz. RIYL Can, Neu!, Goblin, Suicide
Pushing all the right buttons for fans of faithful ’70s homage, ’Shadow Forms’ packs X amount of driving motorik rhythm, hypnotic minimalist fretwork, pulsating arps and cinematic panoramas in its 11-track run. Nods to a litany of inspirations are all clear and present, but what sets the duo aside is their concision, mostly keeping their instrumental tracks around a popwise 3 minutes, rather than the sprawling track lengths one might associate with krautrock, and thus closer to the horror film and no wave cues that are also key to their sound, and which keep the album fleeting from track to track in a filmic, absorbingly wordless narrative that culminates in one long blow out on the escalating 8’ finale.