Contemporary psychedelia is arguably at its best when it can be found at its very scrappiest, and Train Conductor’s Sun Of Enchanted Crime is exactly that – a visceral blizzard of whirring feedback, skipping cymbals and tribalistic rhythmic blast. And yet, alive and well at the very core of this off-kilter masterpiece from Forth Worth reverist Will Byrne, a warming melody to turn Ariel Rosenberg’s heart to pinkish mush. Much obliged, Byrne. Much obliged.
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