MY BROTHER THE WIND: New Album Out Now; Full Stream Available

My Brother The Wind - Photo by Andreas Lindelöw

Sweden’s instrumental cosmic rock quartet, MY BROTHER THE WIND, this week release their third full-length album, the opus harnessing forty-five minutes of the band’s entirely improvised, instrumental psychedelic rock, entitled Once There Was A Time When Time And Space Were One.

Recorded live in the studio with no overdubs during a single day, the band used six and twelve string acoustic and electric guitars, mellotron, flute, bass, drums, congas and more to complete the task. The album was captured in full analog on 2″ tape courtesy of a 16 track Ampex from 1969 at Drop Out Analogue, in the snowy wilderness of Åmål, Sweden, with engineering duties handled by Love Tholin, who used vintage flangers, plate reverbs and tape echoes to achieve the LP’s unrestrained sound and exceptionally organic tones, after which it was mixed by Tholin and the band, and mastered by Hans Fredriksson.

And now, to coincide with its release, The Sleeping Shaman is bringing their spaced out trip in all its cosmic glory, now click play below to be taken on a journey into the ether…

Free Electric Sound – the instrumental music division of The Laser’s Edge – released Once There Was A Time When Time And Space Were One worldwide this week on digital, CD and deluxe LP formats and you can view the serene artwork below:

My Brother The Wind 'Once There Was A Time When Time And Space Were One' Artwork

Source: Earsplit PR
Photo Credit: Andreas Lindelöw