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Right now, I feel at one with the giant blue sky that is above me. I know they say do not feed the seagulls, but maybe they should say that it is totally okay to eat the OWLFOOD, a super killer band from Boston. When you allow this band to come into your head space, the first thing that will strike you as super awesome is how this band uses space as another member of the band. OWLFOOD’s songs are vast soundscapes, with all of these cool plants & creatures all around you. Their music is made for people who are free thinkers, because none of their songs tell what to think, or who you should be, they leave all of the doors open for you to figure it all out on your own. Would I call OWLFOOD’s music heavy? Yes, but not in the normal sense – I feel that they are heavy because of the way they give you room to self reflect. There is something really organic about the way this band composes their songs, you hear a connection to nature more so than the concrete jungle. To understand where I’m coming from, listen to their tune “The Astral Plane”. I really dig the way that they can take distortion & turn it into clouds for your insecurities to float away on. OWLFOOD’s songs have stories within stories, which makes you want to keep listening to them over & over, because with each listen you will discover something new. The vocals on this album are so honest that you must allow them to come into your world. OWLFOOD’s creative spirit reminds me of food in the sense that every moment of this album is food for your imagination. When you hear the magic of “Weeping Microphones,” you will not care what people say, you feed the owls because they are creatures of amazing creation! OWLFOOD’s superdelic album is out now via Paradigms Recordings.
OWLFOOD : Weeping Microphones

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